Meet Our Speaker
M.Arch., Hon.B.Sc., MRAIC, IDC, AIC, CAPS
Technical Specialist, Ministry of Long-Term Care
Director & Special Projects Editor, The Right Angle Journal
Vice-President, Colour Research Society of Canada
The Air We Breathe:
3 Panel Series
Vivian is the organizer and moderator for all three panel discussions on Day 3 of the LivABLE Environment Conference
Indoor Air Quality and HVAV Issues Global Citizens Face in Current Living Environments
How Can We Improve Indoor Air Quality and Make Homes Safer and More Comfortable to Live In?
Putting a Healthcare Design Lens on Planning, Designing, and Building Residential Projects
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Vivian Lo, has over 20 years of progressive media, healthcare, and architectural design experience which comprises working at the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care for nearly 10 years specializing in developing Canadian healthcare facilities design and standards, including hospitals, community health centres, family health team clinics, and long-term care homes. She has been a member of several steering committees for healthcare facilities design since 2007; committee member of the Ontario Association of Architects, the Association of Registered Interior Designers of Ontario, and the Canada Green Building Council; as well as conference committee of 2013 International Union of Architects Public Health Group Congress and Design, Health World Congress in 2014, and International Colour Association Interim Meeting in 2022. Vivian received University of Toronto Arbor Award in 2018 for mentoring undergraduate and graduate students for over a decade.