Antonio Gómez-Palacio, is a partner of DIALOG, one of Canada’s leading design firms.
He is internationally recognized for creating healthy places which respond to their social, economic, environmental, and political context where people thrive. Grounded on both a participatory and an evidence-based approach, his work is credited with meaningfully improving the wellbeing of communities.
Acting at the intersection of urban design, planning, and architecture, his work with cities, communities, and campuses is characterized by an engaging and collaborative process. Former Chair of the Toronto Society of Architects and the inaugural Chair of Vaughan’s Design Review Panel, Antonio is involved with a number of industry initiatives and organizations including the Canadian Institute of Planners, the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (of which he was names a Fellow in 2018), and the Canadian Urban Transit Association. He is currently leading multi-sectoral research on the link between built environments and Community Wellbeing.
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