Michael Green

Architect Vancouver / Canada

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Michael Green
Michael Green is Fellow of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada, recognized for his award winning buildings, public art, interiors, landscapes and urban environments, Michael’s reputation has led him to develop a wide range of projects from international airports and skyscrapers to Vancouver’s Ronald McDonald House, North Vancouver City Hall and modest but unique retail spaces and homes. His work extends around the globe including current projects for the Aga Khan Trust for Culture designing a sustainable community in the mountains of Central Asia.
Michael is a recognized leader in the architecture and interior design community here in BC. He has taught at many Canadian and US universities including recent lectures at Yale University and a new course for UBC SALA teaching students the full process of a project through the design-build of fruit stands in the Okanagan. Michael works with the AIBC and IDIBC to support the respect and understanding of the services our industry provides. He sits on many international awards juries including this year for the 2012-2015 RAIC Awards, the 2012 International Interior Design Awards.
As a designer, Michael excels at translating user requirements and client vision into strong, innovative and meaningful designs that quietly fit their social, aesthetic and ecological environments.
Michael Green
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Michael Green is Fellow of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada, recognized for his award winning buildings, public art, interiors, landscapes and urban environments, Michael’s reputation has led him to develop a wide range of projects from international airports and skyscrapers to Vancouver’s Ronald McDonald House, North Vancouver City Hall and modest but unique retail spaces and homes. His work extends around the globe including current projects for the Aga Khan Trust for Culture designing a sustainable community in the mountains of Central Asia. Michael is a recognized leader in the architecture and interior design community here in BC. He has taught at many Canadian and US universities including recent lectures at Yale University and a new course for UBC SALA teaching students the full process of a project through the design-build of fruit stands in the Okanagan. Michael works with the AIBC and IDIBC to support the respect and understanding of the services our industry provides. He sits on many international awards juries including this year for the 2012-2015 RAIC Awards, the 2012 International Interior Design Awards. As a designer, Michael excels at translating user requirements and client vision into strong, innovative and meaningful designs that quietly fit their social, aesthetic and ecological environments.