Alfred Waugh (Architect AIBC, OAA, MRAIC, LEED® AP) is the president of Formline Architecture, an award-winning architecture firm. The studio specializes in working on environmentally responsible and culturally sensitive projects that reflect and reinforce the values and visions of the client, including the UBC Indian Residential School History and Dialogue Centre in 2017, the North Island College Aboriginal Gathering Place in 2021, and the Saskatoon Public Library (current).
Alfred is Status Indian and part of Treaty 8. He was born and raised in Yellowknife, North West Territories, Canada, and was the first Aboriginal person to graduate with honours from UBC School of Architecture in 1993 and become LEED accredited and a registered architect. Prior to his architecture degree, Alfred acquired a Bachelor of Arts majoring in Urban and Regional Analysis at the University of Lethbridge in 1989. Alfred Waugh was selected by Maclean’s (2021) to be on ‘The Power List – 50 Canadians who are breaking ground, leading the debate and shaping how we think and live’.