Dominika is a licensed architect in Ontario and The Netherlands with over 7 years of experience working on all phases of design and construction. She has been part of numerous projects of varying scales and project types from single family residential to multi-unit housing, as well as public and commercial projects. Prior to joining SvN, she has worked on the Union Station Revitalization project with RDHA, where she lead the coordination of heritage elements, as well produced visualizations. Dominika has extensive knowledge of high-end custom residential design, which she fully managed from start to completion, while at Altius and at Trevor McIvor Architect Inc, in Toronto. While at TMA, Dominika has worked as a Project Manager, as well as the in-house Interior Design Architect. Dominika received her Master of Architecture from the Technical University of Delft in 2013, where she specialized in Dwelling / Housing. Her master thesis project, “Responsive Suburbia” was selected for the Archiprix Prize (NL) 2014 Edition. Dominika completed her undergraduate degree in Architectural Studies at Carleton University in Ottawa and has studied abroad for a term in Paris, at l’Ecole Nationale Superieure d’Architecture Paris – Malaquais within the Beaux Arts School.