Principal and Director, Regenerative Practice
AIA, MRAIC, LEED® AP, CPHD
Aaron is a partner and leads SvN's Regenerative Practice, which considers how architecture and urban environments can co-evolve with natural systems. He is a creative thinker, pragmatic designer and environmental champion with over two decades of architecture, planning and sustainability consulting experience on diverse projects. As the leader of SvN's Regenerative Practice, Aaron brings together the firm's architects, landscape architects, planners and urban designers in a unique design process to develop zero-carbon, circular and resilient communities. His approach bridges architectural design with environmental analysis and technical knowledge to deliver climate-positive design solutions. Some of Aaron's current SvN projects include: Ontario Line transit-oriented communities in Toronto, the Keeseekoose First Nation Master Plan in Regina; the Salinas Bahamas Master Plan and Nature Reserve; the New Mimico Master Plan in Toronto; a mass-timber building in Collingwood, Ontario; and a net-zero carbon rental apartment building in Toronto. He began his career in Toronto, followed by international experience in Ghana, Indonesia, the Philippines, France, New York and London.