Meet the people behind our work:

ANDRE D’ELIA, Principal
B.Arch (Carleton University), OAA, FRAIC

Since founding superkül in 2002, Andre has provided leadership and exceptional client service on the firm’s projects in a wide variety of sectors: academic, retail, office, and both single-family and multi-unit residential. His affable leadership style and superb communication skills are matched by a strong aptitude for design and construction. Particular areas of expertise include sustainable design, construction detailing and sequencing with a focus on pre-fabricated construction, and the redevelopment of heritage and existing commercial, residential and institutional properties. Andre was the Principal in Charge of the St. Joseph Media heritage renovation, Steelcase WorkLife Toronto, Fielding Estate Winery and Newmarket Community Centre projects, and directs the studio’s numerous multi-unit residential projects and feasibility studies. He is the Principal in Charge of the new Stratus Centre office building and the Proper TV redevelopment.

Born in Toronto, Andre received his professional architecture degree from Carleton University (B.Arch, 1993), graduating with distinction. He interned in Italy before returning to KPMB Architects in Canada as a project architect on a number of award-winning buildings, including Richmond City Hall in British Columbia, which received a Governor General’s Medal for Excellence in Architecture. Andre is a registered architect with the Ontario Association of Architects (OAA), a Fellow of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (FRAIC), and a member of the Toronto Community Housing Design Review Panel. As a committed advocate of the architectural profession, Andre is generous with his time and expertise, serving as an OAA mentor and lecturing at a number of colleges, universities and conferences across Canada.