Ladi Holovsky’s portfolio in educational design spans nearly forty years and includes over thirty schools throughout British Columbia. His thought leadership on 21st Century school design has provided many school districts with innovative concepts to advance today’s teaching curriculum. His designs allow for a variation of teaching methods, adaptable and transformative spaces for learning, and the incorporation of the latest technology.

As a LEED Accredited Professional and long-time member of the Canada Green Building Council and the US Green Building Council, Ladi speaks at conferences dealing with climate change and sustainable building design. He is interested in the integrated design process and the effect that the natural environment has on buildings, and the people within them.


B. Arch., University of British Columbia
School of Architecture, University of Prague, Czechoslovakia


Architectural Institute of British Columbia
Royal Architectural Institute of Canada
Association for Learning Environments
Canada Green Building Council
U.S. Green Building Council


North Saanich Middle School, North Saanich
Royal Oak Middle School, Saanich
Kelset Elementary School, North Saanich
Cordova Bay Elementary School Seismic Upgrade and Addition, Saanich
Georges P. Vanier Secondary School Seismic Upgrade, Courtenay
Richmond Secondary School, Richmond
Salt Spring Island Public Library, Salt Spring Island
Nanaimo Airport Renovation and Expansion, Nanaimo
Victoria Airside Operations Centre and Fire Hall, Victoria