OAA, MRAIC, M.Arch, B.Des
Bryan is a licensed architect with a diverse range of project experience, from complex interior renovation projects to large-scale urban development and masterplans. His experience in teaching and research strengthens his ability to deliver projects that combine strong conceptual agendas with a pragmatic approach to material execution. Bryan is adept at fulfilling client objectives, coordinating innovative building systems and meeting challenging budget and schedule requirements. He consistently works to further his understanding of the construction process and brings a practical, thorough and thoughtful approach to contract administration. Bryan is committed to architecture as a tool for positive social change, exemplified by his research proposing alternative housing models for the integration of refugees and new immigrants. Bryan remains involved academically as a regular guest critic at the University of Toronto Daniels School of Architecture and the Waterloo School of Architecture.