Moshe Safdie is an architect, educator, urban planner, author, and theorist. He is best known for designing Jewel Changi Airport, Marina Bay Sands, and Habitat 67. Widely regarded as a thought leader, Safdie's work has inspired generations of architects all around the world.
Canadian architect Arthur Erickson is remembered for his architectural marvels such as the Simon Fraser University, which he co-designed with Geoffrey Massey. His other works include the University of British Columbia’s Museum of Anthropology, the Canadian Embassy in Washington D.C., and the Robson Square in Vancouver.
Bing Thom was a Canadian urban designer and architect. He is credited with establishing a Vancouver-based architecture firm called Bing Thom Architects which specializes in urban planning and constructing civic buildings, public spaces, and performing arts centers. In 2011, Bing Thom was honored with the RAIC Gold Medal, the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada's highest honor.