Bing Thom


Age: 75

Hong Kong-born Canadian architect whose design for the Arena Stage company's Mead Center for American Theater enlivened Washington's southwestern waterfront and drew critical acclaim who had major commissions in the U.S. and Asia, but was best known for his buildings in and around Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, where he lived and who took on projects ranging from private homes to opera houses, weighing how his structures would fit within a community.

Cause of Death: Brain aneurysm

Born: December 8, 1940

Died: October 4, 2016

Hong Kong, China