Doug Carlyle offers more than two decades of experience in urban design and landscape architecture. His portfolio includes commercial, institutional, residential and private projects, many of which involve a multi-disciplinary approach. A member of the Alberta and Canadian Associations of Landscape Architects, and American Society of Landscape Architects, Doug Carlyle has participated in community initiatives as a past chair of the Edmonton’s Downtown Urban Review Panel, member of the Capital City Plan Review Steering Committee, Winter City Think Tank, and invited participant for the round table on Calgary’s East Village.
In 1996, Doug was appointed assistant adjunct professor by the University of Calgary, Environmental Design Faculty as a member of the Innovative Practice Group in Architecture. In 2005 he was elected to the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts and in 2009 made a fellow of the Canadian Society of Landscape Architects.
New Central Library
Royal Alberta Museum
Kennedale Eco Station
Federal Building - Centennial Plaza
Edmonton Valley Zoo Entry and Wander
First and Jasper
Louise McKinney Riverfront Park
Newman Theological College
West Rossdale Urban Plan
Lillian Osborne High School
NAIT Spartan Centre and Petro-Canada Centre
Water Centre Prairie Garden and Public Art
University of Alberta National Research Council National Institute for Nanotechnology
PCL Centennial Learning Pavilion