Born 1956, Quebec
Ronald Kato is a Bowen Island-based architect who specializes in sustainable design. Born in Quebec, he got his degree in architecture from McGill University, and worked on a variety of corporate and private architectural projects in Montreal, as well as the Canadian Museum of Civilization as the Project Architect through the Douglas Cardinal Architect firm. On the west coast, he has worked on projects including the Gulf Islands National Park Reserve Operations Centre, Canada’s first LEED Platinum-certified sustainable building, and been involved in sustainable architecture councils, contests, and initiatives on the provincial, national, and international level. He is also the head of the Architectural Science program at the British Columbia Institute of Technology.
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