CArchitect, urban designer, and a pioneer in planning and design of regenerative buildings, urban resilience, and symbiotic cities, Craig is a principal and founding partner of DIALOG’s Toronto studio.
Trained as a biologist, and then as an architect and urban designer, Craig is passionate about finding planning and design solutions that make sense in a world challenged by climate change and environmental deterioration. Since graduating from the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University with a Master of Architecture in Urban Design, Craig has focused on leading complex, sustainable planning and design projects, and is internationally recognized for his design and advocacy of
eco-effective, regenerative buildings and cities. In addition to his professional practice responsibilities, Craig speaks about his research and design explorations at conferences and workshops internationally. This has included recent presentations at conferences in Prague, Munich and Beijing.
Craig is a founder and current moderator of the SymbioticCities Network website; was a founding Board Member of Sustainable Buildings Canada; and is a past President of the Ontario Association of Architects. Craig was made a Fellow of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada for his services to the profession.