Biography Barry Padolsky, B. Arch., M. Sc. (Urban Design), OAA, FRAIC, RCA, CAHP is an Ottawa-based architect, urban designer, and heritage consultant. Barry founded his consulting firm Barry Padolsky Associates Inc., Architects in 1969. He led his firm in the realization of over 200 projects in Ottawa including the restoration, rehabilitation or adaptive re-use of over 60 heritage buildings. His heritage projects include the Victoria Memorial Museum Restoration, the Rideau Canal Museum, the Byward Market Building, the Fleet Street Pumping Station, and the Bank Street, Cumming's, and Pooley's Bridge Rehabilitation projects. Barry has been recognized with 43 national and civic architectural and urban design awards including 29 for heritage conservation. Since 2020 Barry provides heritage and urban design consulting services to clients and peers. He is currently a member of the City of Ottawa Built Heritage sub-committee advising Ottawa City Council on heritage matters. He has recently been awarded the Order of Ottawa. He writes poetry and is a keen tennis player.
Academic Credentials B. Arch., M. Sc. (Urban Design), OAA, FRAIC, CAHP, RCA
Chapter Ontario and Nunavut