Michael Szabo graduated from the University of Waterloo School of Architecture in 1992 where he received the AIA Medal in his thesis year. He is a registered member of the OAA, RAIC and is a LEED AP.
His projects include the Peter Gilgan Centre for Research and Learning at Sick Kids Hospital in Toronto; the integrated sustainable design for the University of Ontario Institute of Technology Campus Master Plan and Buildings, which received the RAIC Award of Innovation Excellence and the SCUP award for campus design; the Marion McCain Faculty of Arts and Sciences at Dalhousie University, which received the Lieutenant Governor’s Award; and the Camilla and Peter Dalglish Atrium at the Royal Botanical Gardens, which received the CISC Award of Excellence. Michael has designed custom homes in the Caribbean and Canada.
Michael speaks regularly on carbon reduction in the built environment at conferences and co-leads the office sustainable design committee. He was instrumental in the development of our ecoMetrics tool that captures data from our energy simulation models. Michael presently sits on the Clean Technology Advisory Board for Centennial College. Currently, Michael is master planning and designing for the 17 million-square-foot Vaughan Metropolitan Centre, a new paradigm for transforming suburbs into dense, mixed-use urban place making.
KPMG Tower, Vaughan Metropolitan Centre
The KPMG office tower sits as the central feature...View Project
Peter Gilgan Centre for Research and Learning
The Peter Gilgan Centre for Research and Learning at...View Project
Energy Systems & Nuclear Science Research Centre
The Energy Systems and Nuclear Science Research Centre completes...View Project
University of Ontario Institute of Technology
Designing the first new university campus in Ontario in...View Project
Milestone Corporate Centre
The Milestone Corporate Centre development is a five-phase master...View Project
Automotive Centre of Excellence
The General Motors of Canada Automotive Centre for Excellence...View Project
The Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs
The 225,000-square-foot plan is designed to meet the particular...View Project