Bruce Haden

Bruce’s architectural and urban design work has been recognized globally, particularly for the Governor General’s and World Architecture Festival winning design of the Nk’Mip Desert Cultural Centre in Osoyoos, BC. He has extensive experience in institutional, social services, residential, retail and First Nations projects with work ranging widely from wastewater treatment plants to cafes. Currently he is working on renovating a historic post office building in northern BC into a community arts centre, the competition-winning design of the Canadian Navy Monument in Ottawa and the new Student Union Building at the University of British Columbia.

Bruce is the Chair of the Vancouver Urban Design Panel and has taught at the UBC School of Architecture. He has done freelance work for CBC Radio with respect to design and social issues and was the Vancouver correspondent for Canadian Architect Magazine for ten years. He is also the President of the Board of Vancouver’s Contemporary Art Gallery.

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