Founder + Principal (Michael Green Architecture)
Michael Green is an award-winning architect known for his research, leadership, and advocacy in promoting the use of wood, new technology, and innovation in the built environment. He lectures internationally on the subject, including his TED talk, “Why We Should Build Wooden Skyscrapers.” Based in Vancouver, Canada, Michael founded MGA to create meaningful and sustainable change in building through innovation in construction sciences and design. He is a Fellow of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada and has been honoured with North America’s most prestigious awards, including two RAIC Innovation Awards and four Governor General’s Medals.
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