Patrick Condon

Patrick Condon is the founding chair of the urban design program at University of British Columbia’s School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture. Recognizing the need for collaboration as a fundamental part of designing sustainable communities, Condon has pioneered public engagement methods by successfully focusing attention on how to make systemic change in the way cities are built and operated, notably in his East Clayton project in Surrey, BC. More recently, he and his research partners collaborated with the City of North Vancouver to produce a 100-year plan to make the city carbon-neutral by 2107. Patrick and his partners received the Canadian Institute of Planners Award for Planning Excellence and the BC Union of Municipalities Award of Excellence for this work.

Last updated: May 7, 2024