As a design leader within B+H, Douglas joined the firm in 1993 and was appointed to Partner in 2006. He combines his adept architectural visualization skills with the hands-on use of advanced architectural and imaging software applications. He has been a lecturer and visiting critic at a number of architecture schools. Douglas’ broad experience covers many project types but focuses on institutional facilities.
No.9 Presents 13 panels by architecture students from the University of Waterloo's 3rd year course, Creative Instincts and Architectural Imagination. Each panel depicts a student's vision for the transformation of the Toronto Island Airport into a public leisure and outdoor space.