Thanks to our 2022 Jury
Emma Cubitt MArch, OAA, MRAIC, LEED ®AP Principal, Invizij Architects Inc.
Emma is a Principal of Invizij Architects, based in downtown Hamilton, Ontario. Her expertise includes affordable housing, multi-residential design, adaptive reuse, sustainability, and low-carbon buildings. She has designed over 1,500 units of affordable housing including McQuesten Lofts which was awarded ‘Best overall passive house in North America”. Emma loves local food and touring rural Ontario and subsequently founded both the Hill Street Community Garden and the Mustard Seed Co-operative Grocery to help others have access to local food. Passionate about making systemic changes to allow us to meet our carbon targets, she was recently awarded Hamilton Environmentalist of the Year.
Jim Huffman Architect AIBC, FRAIC, LEED® AP Principal/Senior Design Director, B+H Vancouver Studio
Jim’s work spans the full spectrum of the profession including large scale master planning, mixed use, residential, office, transit, and higher education projects globally. Coming from a construction background Jim has had the fortune to work with leading design firms on some of the greenest built projects worldwide. Early work with the Thom Partnership in Toronto and Richard Rogers Partnership in London led to a long-term career as design lead at Perkins+Will’s Vancouver studio, overseeing the design of many of the offices signature projects including VanDusen Garden Visitor Centre, awarded the WAN Worlds Greenest Building in 2014. Since 2016 Jim has been honing his design process and design direction as Senior Design Director overseeing B+H’s busy Vancouver, Calgary and Seattle studios. Key to all Jim’s work is a modern, clear understanding of urbanism, construction, sustainability, design simplicity and commitment to innovation. Jim’s motto ‘simple design, well detailed’.
Roberto Campos Architect, OAA, MRAIC, ORSA, Partner, Figurr Architects Collective
Roberto Campos (OAA, MRAIC, ORSA) is a Partner at Figurr Architects Collective with over 23 years of experience. He has worked extensively on cultural, educational, and multi-unit residential projects and urban developments – focusing on creating sustainable and resilient communities. He is currently leading multiple projects for the high-profile Zibi Development in Ottawa and Gatineau, slated to become Canada’s first One Planet Community. He is also currently leading the development of five Passivehouse affordable housing projects. Before joining the team, he completed multiple projects with renowned architect Douglas Cardinal, including the Aanischaaukamikw Cree Cultural Institute, winner of the 2012 Grand Prix de Design and a LEED Silver project. Cree Cultural Institute, winner of the 2012 Grand Prix de Design and a LEED Silver project.
Roberto holds a Bachelor of Architectural Studies and a Master of Architecture from the Azrieli School of Architecture & Urbanism at Carleton University, where he has been a Sessional Professor. He has also been an active member of the local architectural community, serving as a past Chair of the Ottawa Regional Society of Architects (ORSA).