BEAT is working in collaboration with local architects to provide a platform for dialogue, networking and mentorship. We are honoured that the mentorship session for TO DO will be hosted by Meg Graham from the design studio superkül on the evening of Wednesday, January 18, 2017.
BEAT is an independent organization dedicated to the promotion of equality in the profession of architecture through advocacy, mentorship, networking and promotion. We create events and web content to promote the advancement of women in the profession, provide mentorship, networking, and leadership opportunities.
Meg Graham is a principal of superkül inc. architects in Toronto, an architecture and design firm focused on site and program specific architecture and planning. The work of the practice has been recognized with three national design awards and two provincial awards, and been reviewed or featured in over thirty publications.
In October 2008 superkül was named one of Canada’s best forty designers under forty by the National Post. Projects completed and currently in design or construction include residential, commercial, institutional and master plan projects.
Graham holds degrees from the University of Waterloo (B.E.S and B.Arch) and Harvard University (M.Des.S.) At Waterloo she received several awards, including the AIA Gold Medal and the Smale Fellowship. She graduated from Harvard with distinction. In 2006 Meg was a professional member of the city of Toronto’s green development standards committee. She is currently a member of the Board of Directors of Fort York, and sits on the Harbourfront Centre’s Architecture Space advisory committee. Meg is a founding director of Twenty + Change and currently serves on the Advisory Committee for BEAT.
Meg Graham has taught design and representation Studios at the John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Design at the University of Toronto since 2001, at both the undergraduate and the graduate levels. Since 1999, Meg has been visiting faculty at the University of Waterloo, and has been a visiting critic at Syracuse and Waterloo Universities, the Rhode Island School of Design and a visiting lecturer at Dalhousie University.
RSVP information for event located on TODO festival website. Limited space available.