Toronto Metropolitan University (formerly Ryerson University), Master of Architecture, 2018
Toronto Metropolitan University (formerly Ryerson University), Bachelor of Architectural Science, 2016

Professional Affiliations

Member: Ontario Association of Architects

Major Projects

Carleton University Health Sciences Building
Extendicare Canada
Lakefield College School
Sheridan College HMC Phase 2
St. John Henry Newman Catholic Secondary School

Humber College North Campus Student Federation Plaza

Aris Peci

M.Arch., OAA


Aris joined Montgomery Sisam as a co-op student in 2014 and joined full-time in 2018 following the completion of his Master’s in Architecture at Ryerson University.

Aris has made substantial contributions to various phases of project development for building types in a range of sectors. His body of work includes the Carleton University Health Sciences Building, the Sheridan College Hazel McCallion Expansion Phase 2, the Humber College Student Federation Plaza, and the Extendicare Kingston Long-term Care Home. Aris is a strong proponent of Montgomery Sisam’s socially responsible vision for architectural design and collaborative, creative approach to problem solving. His exceptional versatility as a designer and commitment to excellence and teamwork are invaluable assets to his colleagues and clients.

Aris is particularly interested in the intersection of architecture and infrastructure and their interchangeability in urban environments. He was Ryerson University’s 2018 recipient of the AIA Henry Adams Medal, and he was also awarded the Ryerson Graduate Fellowship for his academic achievements.