Donald became HDR Toronto’s first Design Principal and launched the research-based ‘Future Studio,’ and is also active with HDR’s Vancouver studio. Donald has been widely recognized for his broadly-scoped, well-detailed architectural works and for his research initiatives — efforts strongly regarded for their inventiveness and investment in place-making. His award-winning portfolio has drawn interest internationally for Donald to speak, adjudicate and teach in academic and cultural institutions abroad, including venues in Tokyo, Aspen, Helsinki, Montreal, New York, Vancouver, Copenhagen, Zurich and Amsterdam. Donald won the prestigious 2012 Canada Council Prix de Rome and The Architectural League’s 2014 Emerging Voices Award.
Presenting | T3: Proving Wood’s Worth