Leaders in Innovative Urban Housing Solutions
We lead the industry in mixed use urban housing, green building strategies, digital design, manufacturing, and robotics in timber construction.
Our Urban Housing Solutions
Embody Our Founding Principles
We believe people are our most important asset.
We ensure a safe work environment to protect the health and well-being of everyone.
We are honest, trustworthy and respectful in everything we do.
We foster new ideas and strive for excellence in every project.
We care about the environment and work actively on sustainable solutions.
We value teamwork in all aspects of our business.
Intelligent City acknowledges that its work takes place in Vancouver on the unceded, traditional, and ancestral territories of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Sḵwx̱wú7mesh Úxwumixw (Squamish), and səl̓ilw̓ətaʔɬ (Tsleil-Waututh) peoples and on the unceded, traditional, and ancestral territories of the scəw̓aθən (Tsawwassen), xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), and other Coast Salish peoples at its Delta location.
Founded in 2008, Intelligent City’s mission is to empower people to live better urban lives. The company has been a leader in innovative urban housing, sustainability, building technology and design methodology and has gained municipal approvals and broad government support for its mass timber building system and technology development. Through the convergence of high-rise mass timber, design engineering, automated manufacturing and parametric software, the company is introducing a sustainable, adaptable, and product-based paradigm for the delivery of urban housing solutions.
We are a team of ambitious, open-minded, and motivated architects, designers and engineers. Drawing on a multi-faceted range of interests and qualifications, we create innovative, uniquely sustainable urban living solutions. A new kind of integrated and design- and technology-driven company, we offer unique opportunities. We bring together a diverse, highly skilled team united in the belief that technology innovation can enable an ecological, economical, and sustainable future.
Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer
Oliver Lang is a German-Canadian architect and urban entrepreneur with over 25 years of experience. He is a recognized leader in design innovation and integration of complex urban projects, mixed use housing, advanced prefabrication and green building strategies.
Prior to founding LWPAC and Intelligent City, Oliver researched and practiced in digitally assisted design and fabrication. He also taught advanced design and digital technology at SCI_ARC, the Berlage Institute, TU Berlin, UTF Santa Maria and University of British Columbia (UBC).
Co-Founder and Chief Culture Officer
Cindy Wilson is a Canadian designer and cultural entrepreneur with over 25 years of experience. She holds a professional Bachelor of Architecture and Bachelor of Arts degrees from the University of British Columbia.
Cindy has a broad and profound understanding of the cultural forces that shape our societies. She is active in urban and market research, building analysis, strategic planning, design and definition of livability, interior design, materiality and overall project quality control.
Chief Technology Officer
Oliver David Krieg is an expert in computational design and digital fabrication in architecture and timber construction. At Intelligent City, he leads the development of parametric design methods and automated manufacturing technology for the company’s multi-storey, high-rise, mass timber construction systems.
Oliver’s focus is on enabling reciprocities between design, technology and materiality in order to re-conceptualize how architecture can be designed, fabricated, and constructed.
Chief Financial Officer
David was most recently VP Finance and CFO for Aquatic Informatics, where he spent 12 years helping grow the company from 5 employees to over 120. He took a key lead position in supporting the company through a corporate merger and sale of the business to a private equity firm. Over his 12 years at Aquatic Informatics he served in various roles including leading finance, accounting and human resources, and lead positions in operations, marketing and business development.
Chief Operating Officer
Warren is a high-tech executive with experience at both small startups and multi-national organizations. Most recently at quantum computing company D-Wave Systems, he managed all internal operations as COO and then as EVP Corporate Affairs, he built relationships with governments, universities and industry partners across Canada. Prior to D-Wave, he held multiple senior technology executive positions at Electronic Arts.
Director of Sustainability
Clayton is a Vancouver born Canadian architect and an expert in high performance buildings, ecological design, as well as building information modelling. He has ten years of experience designing prefabricated mass timber buildings including innovative modular housing, community and educational facilities. He is a certified passive house designer. Prior to joining LWPAC and Intelligent City, Clayton worked on several mass timber projects at Perskins+Will.
Director of Manufacturing Technology
Aaron is an experienced designer and technologist with an expertise in developing relationships between design and industrial production.
He leads Intelligent City’s manufacturing initiatives, including the deployment of the manufacturing processes and facilities. Prior to joining Intelligent City he was working with the manufacturing development teams at WeWork and Apple.
Director of Business Development
Senior Platform Manager and Engineer
Tracy is trained as a structural engineer with experience in designing and managing complex, innovative structures. Her portfolio consists of freeform steel canopies, low and mid-rise student dormitories and mass timber constructions in the United States with collaborators based in North America and Europe.
Having worked on and managed several projects with a focus on sustainable materials and building life cycle assessment, she remains deeply committed to advancing sustainable practices in the construction industry.
Senior Designer, Software Development
Shaique has over 8 years of experience working as a project and design architect in India, Germany and Middle-east. He is an expert in computational tools for resolving complex geometries, coordinating with different consultant teams in design development, and working closely with on-site engineers in the execution of projects.
His portfolio includes a variety of building programs, ranging from hotels, offices, interiors, and master plans. He has been regularly involved in academics, organizing workshops and collaborating with architectural institutes.
Tania Pilon graduated with her Master’s in architecture from McGill University. She competed in the Solar Decathlon China 2018 with TeamMTL where they designed and built a flexible and adaptable net-zero prefabricated row house. She worked on exhibition designs, logistics, the construction and gave a presentation at the Sustainable Development Center in Montreal. She took a PassivHaus designer course and is LEED AP BD + C accredited. Her thesis investigated the role of an architect as a translator and the influence of Indigenous cultures on architecture. She worked in Montreal and Mexico City before moving to Vancouver.
Computational Design Architect
Ho Cheung (Timo) Tsui is a registered architect with experience in architecture design development, and a specialist in computational design, BIM, and digital fabrication. Originally from Hong Kong, he is interested in urban housing and bridging technology into the building development and real estate finance process (prop-tech). He speaks fluent English, Cantonese, and Mandarin Chinese.
Manufacturing Technology Developer
Stuart Lodge is graduate of the Masters of Architecture program at the University of British Columbia’s School of Architecture (SALA). His thesis project focused on the intersection of 3D printing, materiality and architectural components. Before joining Intelligent City and LWPAC he worked at Michael Green Architecture. In addition, he is currently also completing a Masters of Advanced Studies in Architecture focusing on non-linear additive manufacturing using organic compounds and materials.
Manufacturing Technology Developer
With a background in Architecture and Mechanical Engineering, Nicholas has focused his personal design philosophy on the intersection between digital fabrication and detail-oriented assemblies. As an MArch and MEDes graduate from the School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape at the University of Calgary, he wrote his thesis on parametric tool design and cross laminated timber supply chains. Before joining the Intelligent City and LWPAC team, he worked at SAPL’s digital fabrication laboratory and Calgary-based firm Studio North as a parametric designer.
Housing Product Designer
Senior Accountant, Controller
Jodi Williams is responsible for the office finances.
Coop Computational Design
Monica is a third-year computer science student at the University of Toronto. Her interests include optimization, machine learning, logic, and computability. She looks forward to learning parametric visual programming while interning at Intelligent City. In her spare time, Monica likes to go hiking and skiing.
Coop Computational Design
Matthew is a third-year computer science student at the University of Toronto. He combines his interest in software development with community building as a form of investment, with the goal to find equally minded long-term thinkers. In his free time, Matthew enjoys the outdoors in general and running in particular.
Coop Business Development
Aolin (aka Lin) is completing her bachelor’s degree at the UBC Sauder School of Business, specializing in Real Estate and Entrepreneurship, as well as a minor degree in Psychology from UBC Faculty of Arts. Lin is highly interested in sustainable innovation, especially in the areas of urban planning and real estate development. With previous experience in marketing and sales, she intends to help communicate the value of Intelligent City and grow its business. Lin hopes to gain further knowledge and insight into the field, make valuable connections, and build a strong network in the industry.
Coop Business Development
Olivia is a student at the University of British Columbia, completing a dual degree Master in Management at the Sauder School of Business and Bachelors in Arts. Driven by her long-founded interest in social entrepreneurship, Olivia aids Intelligent City in reaching the customer segments that it seeks to serve and collaborate with. Throughout her co-op term, Olivia hopes to help Intelligent City communicate its deep commitment to Environmental, Social, Governance (ESG) goals.
Opportunities at Intelligent City
We are looking for great people who have the skills and drive to help us create a better world. We offer competitive salaries, comprehensive benefits, and fulfilling work in an exciting environment. We want our work to be worthy of everyone’s commitment.