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Ian Ross McDonald is a licensed architect in the province of British Columbia and has been with Bruce Carscadden Architect since 2007. His work with the firm includes the Lieutenant Governor Medal winning Swalwell Park, Kensington Park, and Robert Burnaby Park Washrooms, the District of Lake Country Winfield Arena Addition, and the new Princeton Town Hall. In addition to practice, Ian has taught at the UBC School of Architecture + Landscape Architecture since 2005, having taught in both the graduate vertical studio stream as well as the core undergraduate and graduate courses in design media. In addition to teaching and practice, Ian is a Board Member for Vancouver’s Centre A Gallery and is a blogger for the World Wildlife Fund.
Ian Ross McDonald – MAIBC
Associate, Bruce Carscadden Architect