Meg Graham

Architect Toronto / Canada

22
send a message
Meg Graham 22
Meg Graham
A superkül principal since 2005, Meg was born in Toronto and received her professional architecture degree from the University of Waterloo (B.Arch, 1997), and her postgraduate degree from Harvard University (MDesS, 2003), with distinction. Meg is a registered architect with the Ontario Association of Architects (OAA) and a member of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada. Meg is known by her clients and the studio for her critical insight and her passion for design. Her project expertise ranges from small landscape design to construction at a larger institutional scale, having led projects that include the recently completed Department of Family and Community Medicine at the University of Toronto, Gradient House and Compass House. Meg is an articulate communicator and advocate for design, contributing expertise and collaborative design skills in volunteer and board positions that speak to her strong leadership role both in and beyond the design community, and in academia. Since 2001, Meg has taught introductory and graduate level design at the Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Design at the University of Toronto. A past Chair of the Toronto Society of Architects, she sits on the Harbourfront Centre’s Architecture Space Advisory Committee, acts as Precinct Advisory Committee member of the Friends of Fort York and volunteers as an OAA mentor.
Meg Graham
Meg Graham
Teams 1 teams

A superkül principal since 2005, Meg was born in Toronto and received her professional architecture degree from the University of Waterloo (B.Arch, 1997), and her postgraduate degree from Harvard University (MDesS, 2003), with distinction. Meg is a registered architect with the Ontario Association of Architects (OAA) and a member of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada. Meg is known by her clients and the studio for her critical insight and her passion for design. Her project expertise ranges from small landscape design to construction at a larger institutional scale, having led projects that include the recently completed Department of Family and Community Medicine at the University of Toronto, Gradient House and Compass House. Meg is an articulate communicator and advocate for design, contributing expertise and collaborative design skills in volunteer and board positions that speak to her strong leadership role both in and beyond the design community, and in academia. Since 2001, Meg has taught introductory and graduate level design at the Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Design at the University of Toronto. A past Chair of the Toronto Society of Architects, she sits on the Harbourfront Centre’s Architecture Space Advisory Committee, acts as Precinct Advisory Committee member of the Friends of Fort York and volunteers as an OAA mentor.