Keltie is an Associate in Architecture at SvN. She holds an Honours B.A. in Economics from the University of British Columbia and a Master of Architecture from the University of Toronto. Her project experience includes the integration of Mimico Go Station with a mixed-use development at 327 Royal York, the inaugural project for Metrolinx’s Transit Oriented Development Market Driven Strategy. As a project manager, Keltie oversaw a team of nine architects, urban designers and planners working in close consultation with technical consultants and real-estate advisors in the delivery of innovative urban design concepts for transit-oriented development that support a rich public realm integrating multiple modes of transportation and creating a safe and pleasant environment for pedestrians, cyclists and drivers.
Keltie’s other projects range from affordable housing, new construction and retrofit, mid-rise housing with large family units, to large and complex industrial research facilities. Keltie’s studio work and research has focused on the intersection of architecture and urbanism and is invested in both architectural detail and how the built form connects with its context. Her research projects include public realm explorations at suburban shopping malls and her thesis imagined future land use possibilities at a suburban apartment tower site.