With every project, our objective is always to find ways to do more with less. Make everything as simple as possible, but not simpler. Design for the present while anticipating the future.
Co-led by Superkül’s partners, Meg Graham and Andre D’Elia, we embrace a first-principles approach and enlist only the most advanced and sustainable approaches to deliver vital and dignified design. The result: flexible, fluid, and functional spaces that are luminous and inviting.
Our diverse portfolio of work is notable for sophisticated yet simple design that responds to landscape, site, and program. On every project, regardless of magnitude, we are known for our uncommon ability to balance scrupulous attention to detail, light, and clean craftsmanship with purposeful connections to the larger built and natural contexts.
Dedicated to sustainable design, we deploy the most current material, technological, and construction solutions. We find inspiration in working with like-minded clients and collaborators to build a more resilient, responsible, and resplendent world.
A commitment to deep collaboration, strong organization, and skillful communication has earned our firm a reputation for being true team players, active listeners, and informed decision-makers in the service of well-coordinated, cost-effective, and exceptional design.
We combine the project management expertise and construction know-how one finds at larger firms with the agility and diligence unique to smaller practices. Every project — regardless of scale or budget — always receives the same treatment, the same meticulous attention to detail and coordination, and the same degree of thoughtfulness and care.
We have built a dedicated team of exceptional and agile designers who embody the firm’s founding values: rigour, respect, attentiveness, creativity, constructability, excellence. Our philosophy: Take your work seriously, but always have a sense of humour, stay humble, and listen.
Meg helms Superkül’s thriving practice, alongside Andre, overseeing the firm’s residential, commercial, academic, and mixed-use projects, while constantly advancing the firm’s vision, growth, and strategic direction. Widely respected within Canada’s architecture and real estate communities as one of the country’s foremost practice leaders, she has cultivated a reputation for her exceptional design acumen, superb communication skills, and rigorous, hands-on approach.
As an advocate, educator, and mentor, Meg plays a strong leadership role both in and beyond the design community. She has taught architecture at the University of Toronto since 2001, is past Chair of the Toronto Society of Architects and current Co-Chair of the City of Toronto Design Review Panel, and sits on numerous boards, panels, and juries. She won the AIA Gold Medal in her undergraduate thesis year at the University of Waterloo and went on to pursue a Master in Design Studies at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design.
Meg is a registered architect with the Ontario Association of Architects and was named a Fellow of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada in 2015. In 2020, she received the H.J. Crawford Award from the University of Toronto Schools in recognition of her contributions to the advancement of the school and greater society.
Since founding Superkül in 2002, Andre has built a firm, alongside Meg, known for delivering high-performance design, unparalleled quality and constructability, and exceptional client service for projects across sectors, including single-family and multi-unit residential, commercial, mixed-use, and academic.
Andre’s affability, pragmatism, and integrity are matched by his deep knowledge of construction detailing and sequencing, sustainable design, and the redevelopment of heritage and existing properties at all scales. With architecture degrees from Carleton University and almost 30 years of experience, he approaches all projects with equal passion and focus, and an understanding that achieving excellence hinges on executing a clear vision, effective leadership, and diligent follow-through.
Andre is a registered architect with the Ontario Association of Architects and was named a Fellow of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada in 2016. A committed advocate within the profession, he volunteers his time and expertise as a member of the Toronto Community Housing Design Review Panel, an OAA mentor, and university lecturer and conference speaker.
In his senior leadership position at the firm, Shea oversees the design and construction of multi-unit residential and mixed-use developments, specializing in thoughtful and environmentally responsive approaches to mid- and high-rise housing. He has extensive experience with feasibility studies and master planning, and plays a central role in shepherding projects through municipal approvals, design review panels, and the completion of contract documents. As co-chair of Superkül’s Sustainability Committee, he guides the firm’s commitment to high-performance buildings and helps raise the bar on sustainability in Canadian architecture.
Since joining Superkül in 2011, Shea has overseen the design and project management of multi-unit and mixed-use projects across the Greater Toronto Area, including the award-winning Junction House, a 106-unit townhouse development for Port Credit’s new Brightwater master plan, and a mixed-use development in Regent Park that spans a full city block and targets Toronto Green Standard (TGS) Tier 2.
Shea earned his Bachelor of Architecture from University College Dublin and is a Member of the Royal Institute of Architects of Ireland (MRIAI). While developing the design of a Net-Zero Carbon house, he earned his Certified Passive House Designer accreditation with the Passive House Institute in Germany.
As one of Superkül’s senior leaders, Will oversees a variety of single-family, institutional, and commercial projects, from inception through construction administration. Having worked on a number of high-profile, award-winning buildings across Canada, he brings an unparalleled commitment to design excellence, combined with strong technical skills in building science and software technologies. Will also takes a keen interest in the implementation of architectural processes that optimize workflow and project delivery, and is responsible for supervising the office’s ongoing development of project management standards.
Most recently, Will oversaw the renovation of the Fourth Floor Reading Room at Robarts Library as well as the design and construction of Universal Music Canada’s new creative campus, The Golden Nugget, and Birdhouse (a family cottage in the Kawarthas). He is currently leading the revitalization of the CN Tower Outdoor Terrace Level, the completion of the new Student Services Hub at University of Toronto Mississauga, as well as the design and construction of various single-family homes.
Will received an Honours Bachelor of Architectural Studies (with Distinction) and a Master of Architecture from the University of Waterloo. His academic excellence was recognized with the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada’s Student Medal for outstanding thesis work in 2015. Will is a registered architect with the Ontario Association of Architects.
Bringing 18 years of professional experience accrued at prominent, award-winning practices in both Canada and the United States, Brian joined Superkül in 2021. Over the course of his career, he has worked on a wide range of building typologies, including museums, high-rise residential towers, commercial office developments, master plans, and landmark cultural buildings across North America, Europe, and Asia.
Brian specializes in mixed-use and multi-unit residential projects at Superkül, where his expertise — particularly in the area of design and innovation — is matched by his strong project management skills and ability to lead diverse teams. He also oversees internal initiatives at the firm focused on sustainability, technology, and inclusive design.
Brian completed his Bachelor of Architecture at Pennsylvania State University, winning the John Stewardson Memorial Competition and the Creative Achievement Award in his thesis year, and holds a Master of Architecture from Princeton University. He is a registered architect with the Ontario Association of Architects and the American Institute of Architects New York.
Ian is one of Superkül’s longest standing senior architects, having joined the practice in 2012. As Technical Director, he is the firm’s leading resource on building code, technical standards, and specifications, actively championing quality across the office by providing peer review, training, and mentorship. He also oversees significant institutional and multi-unit residential projects from inception through construction.
Ian’s pragmatic approach to building design and construction has brought to life projects of great architectural ambition, small and large, including the award-winning redesign of the Royal Ontario Museum’s washrooms in Currelly Hall, various multi-unit rental projects for Oben Flats, and significant revitalization projects, including the University of Toronto Student Commons and 507 King St East — the conversion of a turn-of-the-century industrial building into a co-working space for East Room.
Ian holds a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Toronto and a Bachelor of Applied Arts in Media Arts from Toronto Metropolitan University. He is a registered architect with the Ontario Association of Architects and earned his LEED AP credentials in 2005.
With 15 years of experience working at award-winning architecture firms within Canada, Kevin brings vision, rigour, and vast expertise to his position as Design Director at Superkül. Overseeing a range of projects, from concept to completion, and providing critical guidance on design and construction processes, he plays a vital role in reinforcing the firm’s place within the vanguard of Canadian practices pursuing ambitious, responsible, and sustainable design.
Since joining the firm in 2015, Kevin has led the design and execution of acclaimed residences across Ontario, advised on large-scale projects like the University of Toronto Student Commons, and served as a project architect on the housing initiative Laneway House 1.0, which targeted Passive House performance levels. He is co-chair of Superkül’s Sustainability Committee and is currently leading the conversion of a rural Ontario property that is targeting Net-Zero performance, among other low-carbon projects.
Kevin holds a Bachelor of Architectural Science from Toronto Metropolitan University (recently renamed), a Bachelor of Psychology from the University of Guelph, and a Master of Architecture from Dalhousie University, where he received the Canadian Architect Student Award of Excellence for his thesis project. A registered architect with the Ontario Association of Architects and member of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada, Kevin earned his Certified Passive House Designer accreditation in 2022.
With almost 20 years of financial and operations experience in architecture and design, accrued in both Canada and the United Kingdom, Natasha oversees Superkül’s finances and operations, including accounting, administration, IT, and human resources. Her role is critical to the development and implementation of operational efficiencies, and she works closely with the management team to ensure that the firm runs smoothly and is well-positioned for sustained growth.
Natasha hails from Alberta, where she obtained a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Calgary, with a focus on marketing. She has been actively engaged in volunteer work throughout her career, including in her previous role as Treasurer and current role as Director for the Society of Design Administration Canada, an organization committed to providing professional development to those in support roles in the design industry.
With a robust background in hospitality design, and having worked with a number of distinctive brands throughout her career, Janean has been involved in the conception and execution of several commercial, multi-unit residential, and hospitality projects across Canada and abroad. As a designer and project manager, she collaborates with the firm’s designers and architects on the interiors for a range of project types — from single-family and multi-unit residential, to academic and commercial — including the recently completed creative campus for Universal Music Canada and in-progress revitalization of the CN Tower Outdoor Terrace Level.
Janean earned a Bachelor of Interior Design from Toronto Metropolitan University (recently renamed) after completing an undergraduate degree in Management at the University of Lethbridge. The latter contributed to the development of her project management skills and ability to integrate branding and business development into her design work. Janean completed her NCIDQ certification in 2014 and is a registered Interior Designer with the Association of Registered Interior Designers of Ontario.
Jennifer joined Superkül in 2018 after having worked and studied in cities across North America, South America, Europe, and the Middle East. She applies her internationally informed expertise and passion for mentorship to her track record for delivering exceptional single-family residential design, the typology in which she has specialized for over a decade.
Jennifer holds a post-professional Master of Architecture II from the Harvard University Graduate School of Design as well as undergraduate and graduate architecture degrees from Carleton University, where she was named to the RAIC Student Honour Roll. She also received the Canada Council for the Arts JBC Watkins Award for her pursuit of postgraduate education outside of Canada.
Passionate about education and the promotion of women in the profession, Jennifer is acting Vice-Chair (Executive Committee) at Building Equality in Architecture Toronto (BEAT) and has mentored intern architects and design students through the Ontario Association of Architects and Harvard Women in Design. She has also held teaching posts at Harvard University, the University of Waterloo, Dalhousie University, and Toronto Metropolitan University (recently renamed). Jennifer is a registered architect with the Ontario Association of Architects and Member of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada.
Connar joined Superkül in 2018 after executing a variety of residential, hospitality, and institutional projects at a distinguished firm in New York, where he worked for over a decade. In his role at Superkül, Connar focuses on the design and construction of ambitious single-family architecture across Ontario, bringing his highly attuned mentorship, people, and project management skills to bear on every project.
He is also Superkül’s Studio Culture Lead, bolstering design dialogue, collaboration, and health and wellness at the firm through the programming of events, studio charrettes, a speaker series, and other activities.
Connar holds a Bachelor of Architecture from Pennsylvania State University, with a minor in Art History, achieving Dean’s List standing for three consecutive years and receiving the Faculty of Architecture Award for Outstanding Service.
A valued member of Superkül’s team since 2015, Kenneth has been responsible for realizing a number of award-winning residential and commercial projects for the practice. He embraces a pragmatic yet playful approach to design that mobilizes advanced drawing skills, a robust knowledge of building science, and project leadership expertise, from concept to contract administration.
Committed to rigour and efficiency, Kenneth plays a singular role in the office with respect to the development of systems that enable the firm to better track schedules as well as project and staffing structures and use analytics to improve efficiencies and overall performance.
Prior to earning his Master of Architecture degree from the University of Toronto, Kenneth obtained a Bachelor of Architectural Studies from the University of Waterloo. He is a registered architect with the Ontario Association of Architects.
Daniel joined Superkül after gaining experience across a variety of sectors — academic, institutional, health care, and residential as well as product design — bringing a proven facility across scales and typologies. He applies his wide-ranging expertise to the firm’s commercial and cultural projects, including complex, larger scale renovations and additions that require custom fabrication. As the firm’s Digital Practice Lead, he also oversees office- and project- level digital product strategies, workflows, and processes.
Daniel completed his undergraduate and graduate degrees in architecture at Carleton University. His Master’s thesis studied the mimesis and embodiment of decaying materialities in the context of a marine waste transfer facility renovation.
Kiana worked on a variety of residential, academic, community, and sustainability-focused projects at notable practices across Toronto before joining Superkül. She holds three degrees from the University of Toronto: a Bachelor in Architectural Studies and Near & Middle Eastern Civilizations; a Master of Arts in Mystical Poetry and Islamic Architecture; and a Master of Architecture.
During her studies and upon graduating, Kiana was employed by the University of Toronto as a teaching assistant and instructor for studio courses as well as courses exploring health and architecture, urbanism, and the history of Canadian housing. She also worked as a Workshop Design Lead, assisting with architectural drawings as well as the design and fabrication of furniture for One Spadina — the new home for the John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design.
Kiana is an active member of Toronto’s design community and volunteers for Building Equality in Architecture Toronto (BEAT). She is currently working on single-family homes and hospitality projects at Superkül and is a registered architect with the Ontario Association of Architects.
Katheryne brings an array of experience to Superkül, having worked for respected firms in both Toronto and Berlin, where she shepherded projects from inception through construction. She has worked on a wide range of commercial, cultural, and institutional projects, several multi-unit residential projects in Canada and the United States, and the concept design and retrofit of a large site that was turned into a holistic retreat centre.
With an Honours Bachelor of Art and a Master of Architecture, both from the University of Toronto (where she was also a teaching assistant), Katheryne earned the AIA Henry Adams Certificate for demonstrating general excellence in her academic career. She is a registered architect with the Ontario Association of Architects.
Annie came to Superkül with substantial expertise in the conservation and redevelopment of heritage buildings, having worked on landmark sites in Toronto such as the Park Hyatt Hotel, 300 Bloor Street West, the Toronto Design Exchange, and the Toronto Dominion Centre. She brings experience in commercial, institutional, and residential projects, with a passion for the integration of heritage spaces with new design.
Having earned a Bachelor of Architectural Science and Master of Architecture, both from Toronto Metropolitan University (recently renamed), Annie was awarded the RAIC Student Medal and AIA Henry Adams Certificate for her graduate thesis work, which investigated the built form through film to explore human perceptions of space. She is a LEED Accredited Professional and dedicates her manifold skills to Superkül’s single-family residential projects.
Safoura joined Superkül after gaining extensive experience working on residential, academic, institutional, cultural, and civic buildings at award-winning firms in Toronto. With a Bachelor of Interior Design from Toronto Metropolitan University (recently renamed) and a Master of Architecture from the University of Toronto, she brings an integrated approach to projects of all scales, from inception through construction, with skills in parametric design and digital fabrication.
Safoura is active in the city’s architecture and design community, working with both DesignTO and BEAT (Building Equality in Architecture Toronto); she also has an avid independent art and design practice focused on geometrical languages and 3D printing. She is a registered architect with the Ontario Association of Architects and a Member of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada.
Ben joined Superkül after acquiring nearly a decade of experience working on complex commercial and mixed-use projects in both Toronto and New York. With a breadth of expertise related to large-scale development as well as façade design and detailing, he brings a keen eye for materiality, tactility, and craftsmanship. He has honed his skills as a computational designer and leverages a natural talent for digital fabrication and construction strategies.
Having earned a Master of Architecture from Cornell University and Bachelor of Environmental Design from the University of Colorado, Ben is a licensed and registered architect in New York State. He is currently dedicating his focus to Superkül’s single-family residential projects.
Camilla joined Superkül with over 15 years of experience in architectural and interior design as well as large-scale project management, including overseeing the design of buildings for the hospitality, entertainment, and retail sectors in Hong Kong. She brings her extensive skills in shepherding projects from start to finish to Superkül’s multi-unit residential team, with a focus on mid- and high-rise structures.
Camilla holds a Bachelor of Architectural Science from Toronto Metropolitan University (recently renamed) and a Master of Science in Sustainable Environmental Design from the Chinese University of Hong Kong.
Laura joined Superkül after several years at esteemed design offices in New York, London, and Amsterdam, where she gained experience working on multi-unit residential, commercial, academic, and community centre projects, from the feasibility stage through construction administration. Working with the multi-unit residential team, she deploys her skills to execute the firm’s various mid-rise projects.
Laura holds a Master of Architecture from the University of Toronto and a Bachelor of Architectural Studies from Carleton University. She is a licensed architect in the state of New York and an intern architect with the Ontario Association of Architects.
Alejandra came to Superkül with over 12 years of professional experience gained both locally and in her home country of Costa Rica. Prior to joining the firm, she worked on the design of several prominent residential and mixed-use high-rise buildings in downtown Toronto, honing a series of skills she now contributes to Superkül’s multi-unit residential team, where she works on mixed-use and hospitality projects.
Alejandra earned a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Costa Rica, where she also worked as a research assistant, collaborating with at-risk communities in a participatory design process. She completed a Master of Advanced Studies in Collective Housing, a joint program between the Polytechnic University of Madrid and the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH Zurich), and is a LEED AP in Building Design & Construction.
With experience accrued at firms in New York, San Francisco, and Toronto prior to joining the firm, Tristan focuses his efforts on mixed-use, high-rise design as a member of Superkül’s multi-unit residential team. He graduated with distinction from the University of Waterloo’s Bachelor of Architectural Studies program, which also took him to Rome for a semester of study abroad. Tristan subsequently earned a Master of Architecture at McGill University, where he was awarded a Norbert Schoenauer Fellowship in Architecture. He also received a grant that enabled him to participate in the Azrieli Global Studio in Israel, where he worked collaboratively on a variety of design projects.
Joanna joined Superkül with almost a decade of international experience working across typologies, including single-family homes, commercial high-rise buildings, mixed-use residential developments, and civic projects. During her time at esteemed firms in Warsaw, Paris, and Sydney, Joanna helped deliver complex developments, including an award-winning heritage project that integrated transportation, public art, and Indigenous placemaking while meeting Australia’s most stringent sustainability standards. She also helped prepare several high-profile design competitions for cultural centers and museums.
Joanna has undergraduate and graduate degrees from Poznan University of Technology in Poland and currently works on Superkül’s single-family residential team.
Starr draws on her previous experience at offices in Montreal, Toronto, New York, Seattle, Rotterdam, and London, as well as her proficiency in software technologies, drawing, and model-making to execute the highly detailed work required to deliver Superkül’s residential projects.
She holds a Master of Architecture from McGill University and Bachelor of Architectural Studies from the University of Waterloo; she graduated Honours with Distinction from both schools. Starr was awarded the Canada Graduate Scholarship from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada for her thesis “Becoming: Recollections of Home,” which explores notions of home using the ruminative process of hand drawing, and received the Student Medal from the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada in recognition of her graduate work.
When Ramin joined Superkül, he added his experience with commercial, academic, and institutional projects to the firm, including four years working on the revitalization of one of Canada’s most storied concert venues. With skills in interior detailing, façade design, construction, and project and stakeholder management, he is an asset to Superkül’s residential team.
Ramin holds a Master of Architecture from the University of Toronto and a Bachelor of Architectural Science from Toronto Metropolitan University (recently renamed), and has participated in installation projects that have been exhibited at the Art Gallery of Ontario and Toronto’s Gladstone Hotel.
Kate joined Superkül after working at award-winning firms in Toronto, New York, and Berlin. With expertise in affordable housing and accessibility, she holds a Bachelor of Architectural Studies and Master of Architecture from the University of Waterloo School of Architecture, where she contributed to various student-run initiatives and publications; she subsequently taught as an adjunct professor at Waterloo upon graduation. Kate has participated in large-scale art exhibitions and cultural projects focused on community activation, and currently works on the firm’s single-family residential design team.
Angela joined Superkül after having worked at design studios where she gained expertise in residential design. She earned both her Bachelor and Master of Architecture from Carleton University, and completed studies at the University of Liverpool and The Bartlett School of Architecture (University College London). Driven by a passion for how architectural innovations can foster environmental and economic sustainability, Angela has garnered awards for her academic research and architectural drawing abilities, including the Stantec Prize and Carleton’s Murray and Murray Award of Merit.
Matthew works on mixed-use and multi-unit residential projects at Superkül. He joined the firm after completing internships at distinguished Canadian firms and working as a researcher at the Canadian Centre for Architecture in Montreal, where he contributed his skills to exhibitions, curatorial projects, and architectural conferences and papers. He was also a studio assistant to multi-disciplinary artist An Te Liu in 2015.
Matthew holds an Honours Bachelor of Arts in Architectural Studies and Cinema Studies and a Master of Architecture, both from the University of Toronto, where he has also taught architectural representation techniques as a sessional lecturer.
A LEED Green Associate, visualization specialist, and member of Superkül’s multi-unit residential team, Steven came to the firm after gaining experience working on large-scale commercial and residential projects as well as design competitions at practices in New York, San Francisco, Rotterdam, and Toronto.
Steven completed both his undergraduate and graduate degrees in architecture at the University of Waterloo, where he wrote a Master’s thesis on urban strategies for co-living and affordable housing. Passionate about design, Steven has also participated in various exhibitions as well as award-winning design competitions hosted by Canstruction Toronto and the Canadian Institute of Steel Construction.
Chloe joined Superkül after earning an undergraduate degree from the Chinese University of Hong Kong and her Master of Architecture from the University of Toronto, where she also worked as a research assistant. During her time at award-winning practices in Hong Kong, Chloe gained experience working on residential, hospitality, and academic projects as well as design competitions. She brings strong graphic and digital modeling capabilities to her work on Superkül’s residential team.
Liam joined Superkül after working at award-winning practices in Toronto and New York, where he gained experience in commercial, hospitality, and multi-unit residential projects as well as design competitions. He holds an Honours Bachelor of Arts in Architectural Studies and a Master of Architecture, both from the University of Toronto, where he received various scholarships and awards, including the Heather M. Reisman Gold Medal in Design for his thesis work on reimagining new forms of housing across Toronto.
With experience teaching parametric design and working as a digital fabrication technician, Liam brings his software and technical expertise to Superkül’s multi-unit residential team, where he focuses on the design of transit-oriented mixed-use developments.
Catherine is an interior designer who came to Superkül with significant commercial and residential experience, in both local and international contexts. She holds a Bachelor of Interior Design from Toronto Metropolitan University (recently renamed) and completed her certification by the Association of Registered Interior Designers of Ontario (ARIDO) in 2019. After completing her studies at TMU, she moved to Seoul where she worked on several office, hospitality, residential, and public space projects, from inception to completion. At Superkül, Catherine is involved in a variety of projects, including multi-unit residential and single-family homes.
In her role at Superkül, Kelly focuses on an array of projects — commercial, institutional, and residential. Prior to joining the firm, she was a designer at a top global firm where she specialized in the design of spaces for commercial tech and financial services companies. With experience in the delivery of complex, large-scale projects, she contributes to all project phases at Superkül, from initial concept through construction.
Kelly holds a Bachelor of Interior Design from Toronto Metropolitan University (recently renamed) and is a WELL Accredited Professional, ARIDO intern, and student mentor, with experience in exhibition design and fabrication.
When Allison joined Superkül, she brought over 10 years of experience working in operations, sales, and client services for the architecture, interior design, and manufacturing industries. She previously worked for established furniture and lighting brands where she collaborated directly with clients, stakeholders, and distributors to maintain vendor accounts and ensure project deliverables were on target.
Allison’s drive to continually improve processes and systems, enhance efficiency, and make meaningful contributions to organizational success has made her a valuable asset to the firm’s growing leadership team. She holds a Bachelor of Arts from Dalhousie University and studied Environmental Design at OCAD.
Evelynne brings extensive experience in office administration as well as design acumen to her role as Studio Coordinator at Superkül, where she oversees the firm’s daily operations and smooth functioning of activities across the architectural and interior design teams. She boasts impeccable project management and problem-solving skills, which she applies to several internal projects, including the rollout of new office policies and procedures as well as the development of updated protocols for the firm’s graphic identity. Evelynne holds a Bachelor of Design in Advertising from OCAD University.
We pride ourselves on cultivating an equitable, collaborative, and convivial studio culture, with extensive opportunities for inspiring work, robust mentorship, and constructive professional development. We’re always looking for diverse and talented designers dedicated to detail, ingenuity, and sustainability who want to help us build a more beautiful and resilient world. If you think you’d be a good fit for our team, we’d love to hear from you!
We are looking for a team member for the single-family residential and institutional team with experience in Construction Documents, building science, Ontario Building Code, and coordination.
- Develops and prepares schematic design and design development materials and presentations;
- Develops designs and details with design intent, based on research and resolution of technical and design issues;
- Develop construction documents for projects of varying scope with minimal supervision;
- Develop drawing sets for pricing by the contractor at various stages of design;
- Review drawings developed by junior team members;
- Manages projects from concept through contract administration phases;
- Prepares architectural drawings using REVIT;
- Performs effective analysis of applicable building codes, by-laws and other regulations and technical documents/reports to which a project may be subject to;
- Develops strong relationships with clients and internal teams;
- Manages and coordinates consultants; including Mechanical, Structural, Landscape, Electrical, Audio Visual, etc.;
- Other related duties will be assigned as required.
- 5+ years of relevant post-graduate work experience in an architectural practice with significant experience in single family residential and institutional projects;
- Completion of Master of Architecture from a recognized institution;
- Project management experience including managing an internal team;
- Ability to work well either on a team or independently;
- Excellent written and oral communication skills;
- High level of understanding of the Ontario Building Code and City of Toronto’s Zoning by-laws;
- Experience with Authorities Having Jurisdiction in Ontario including building permit applications, and Committee of Adjustment;
- Experience and expertise in construction documentation (including envelope detailing and interiors) for single-family residential and institutional projects is required;
- Contract administration experience; shop drawing review, as well as on-site review experience and reporting;
- Must have knowledge of Revit and AutoCAD. Sketchup and other 3D modeling software beneficial;
- Proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite;
- Competency in Microsoft Office including Outlook, Word, Excel;
- Previous experience using Microsoft Teams and Newforma for Project Management beneficial;
- LEED and/or Passive House accreditation and knowledge in sustainable technologies beneficial;
- Member of the Ontario Association of Architects and/or Royal Architectural Institute of Canada beneficial.
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How to Apply:
Interested candidates should submit their resume, cover letter and samples of their work (PDF file, max. 5MB) to email@example.com with ‘Single Family/Institutional Architect/Architectural Designer Position Application (Mid-Level)’ as the subject line.