Meet the people behind our work:

MEG GRAHAM, Principal
BES, B.Arch (Waterloo), MDesS (Harvard University), OAA, FRAIC

Meg is known by her clients and the studio for her critical insight and passion for design. Developed over many years of practice, her expertise is broad and varied; she has successfully led a number of the firm’s projects in residential, institutional and retail sectors, along with initiatives in master-planning and adaptive reuse. She is the Principal in Charge of the prominent Student Commons building on the University of Toronto’s St. George campus, as she was for the award-winning Currelly Hall Renewal project at the Royal Ontario Museum. Meg has also led a number of additional projects for the University of Toronto, including the Chestnut Residence Dining Hall + Offices and several jobs for the Faculty of Medicine.

Since 2001, Meg has taught design at the John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Design at the University of Toronto, and has been a visiting lecturer/critic at several architecture schools in Canada and the US. An articulate communicator and advocate for design, Meg has contributed her expertise in volunteer and board positions that speak to her strong leadership role both in and beyond the design community. A past Chair of the Toronto Society of Architects, she is a member of the City of Toronto Design Review Panel, the Fort York Precinct Advisory Committee and the Harvard University GSD Alumni Council. She currently sits on the Board of Directors of the University of Toronto Schools.

Meg received her professional architecture degree from the University of Waterloo (B. Arch, 1997), winning the American Institute of Architects Gold Medal in her thesis year. She also holds a postgraduate degree from Harvard University (MDesS, 2003). Meg is a registered architect with the Ontario Association of Architects (OAA) and in 2015 was made a Fellow of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (FRAIC).