50 Years of Smale Project - Meg Graham

Interior Photo of Compass House
Compass House
Exterior photo of house, "What Remains to be Seen"
What Remains to be Seen
Exterior photo of Aesop Queen Street West
Aesop Queen Street West

Meg Graham (OAA, FRAIC) is a Principal of the Toronto architecture firm superkül, and an architect with more than 20 years of practice in the design and delivery of award-winning institutional, civic, residential and cultural projects along with initiatives in master-planning and adaptive reuse. Since 2001, she has taught at the John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Design at the University of Toronto, and is a frequent lecturer/critic at architecture schools across the country. An articulate communicator and advocate for design, Meg has contributed her expertise in volunteer and board positions that speak to her leadership both in and beyond the design community. Meg is currently Co-Chair of the City of Toronto Design Review Panel. Since 2015, she has been a member of the Board of Directors of the University of Toronto Schools. Meg received her professional architecture degree from Waterloo in 1997, winning the American Institute of Architects’ Gold Medal in her thesis year. She holds a post-graduate 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.