Why make Calgary Healthy?

    Health is a measure of well-being and livability. It can be applied to architecture, neighborhoods, and open spaces as much as individuals. Healthy environments not only contribute to our physical and emotional welfare, but also to our overall quality of life in areas ranging from aging-in-place to walkable streets. By developing design strategies that sustain human and environmental well-being within our buildings and communities, EVDS researchers are helping to make Calgary healthier and more productive.

    Learn how we are helping to make our city more RESILIENT, VIBRANT, HEALTHY, and EQUITABLE.

  • Tang Lee


  • Barry Wylant

    Associate Professor

  • Chris Roberts

    Adjunct Professor