About Us

Since 1984, Brad Golden and Lynne Eichenberg have directed and collaborated on projects which address issues of public spaces and landscapes. From large scale collaborations with architects and engineers to smaller, private commissions, Eichenberg and Golden have become well recognized for creating both permanent and temporary artworks involving the integration of architecture, art, and landscape construction.

Eichenberg and Golden's experience in working with multiple disciplines has led to successful collaborations with architects, landscape architects and engineers across many levels of bureaucratic administration.

Projects to date have featured crafted construction combined with studied interpretation of the physical characteristics of the project site.

Brad Golden

Brad is a graduate of the University of Waterloo (B. Arch 1992, B.E.S. 1988) and York University (B.A. 1983). Brad has extensive experience in the design and management of large scale artwork and landscape related projects. He is principal of Brad Golden + Co Public Art Consulting where he manages a variety of public art programmes and projects for both public and private sector clients.

Brad is a member of the City of Vaughan's inaugural Design Review Panel and has been a guest critic at the Schools of Architecture in Toronto and in Waterloo and guest critic at the Cranbrook Academy of Art, University of Toronto and Ryerson University as well as founder, past producer and host of Designers Talk, a monthly radio programme addressing a wide range of issues in design.

Lynne Eichenberg

Lynne is a graduate of the University of Waterloo, (B. Arch. 1991, B.E.S. 1998, B.A. 1982). Lynne received the R.A.I.C. Medal for Architectural Thesis in 1992. Lynne has collaborated with Brad since 1992 as well as contributing to several other architectural projects and competitions.

Lynne has been adjunct faculty at the University of Waterloo and has been a guest critic and lecturer at the Schools of Architecture in Toronto and in Waterloo and guest critic at the University of Manitoba.

Lynne is currently consulting to Paul Raff Studio where she is working on several complex urban residential and public art projects.