With over 30 years of experience as an architect and urban designer, Joe has a broad range of experience on public and private developments with particular emphasis on urban design, adaptive reuse and the non-profit sector. In 2006, he joined DTAH as a partner with the merger of his practice Joe Lobko Architect, and in the same year he received an urban leadership award from the Canadian Urban Institute and became a fellow of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada. Volunteer efforts include serving on the Board of Directors for ArtsBuild Ontario, past chair of the Toronto Society of Architects, and as a current member of the City of Toronto Design Review Panel. Notable award-winning projects include leading the design of renewal and restoration projects such as Artscape Wychwood Barns and Evergreen Brick Works; the planning and urban design of Waterfront Toronto�۪s West Don Lands community (with UDA); the L�۪Arche Dayspring Chapel; Artscape�۪s first legal live/work project in Toronto; the competition-winning Sims Square office building adjacent to Burlington�۪s City Hall; and the Fort York Transitional Residence.
Cultural Not-For-Profit, Municipalities, Federal or provincial government departments, Arts Service Organizations, Individuals
Architecture and/or technical design, Capital projects (feasibility studies)
Museums and heritage, Performing arts, Visual arts and crafts, Multi-disciplinary