University of Toronto, Master’s of Architecture, 2019
University of British Columbia, Bachelor of Environmental Design (Honours), 2014

Major Projects

Durham Modular Supportive Housing
Modular Supportive Housing: Phase 2

Grace Chang


Grace joined Montgomery Sisam in 2020 with experience in design, coordination and project management on a wide variety of projects, from local installations and residential renovations to large urban developments and international competitions.

Grace has a strong understanding of the different stages and phases of design and she is fluent in several modeling platforms and presentation applications. She is particularly adept at producing clear, concise graphical representations to easily communicate design ideas and intent.

Grace is currently a member of two of the firm’s modular housing teams. She has assisted in the completion of the fast-tracked Durham Supportive Housing project and is now collaborating on Phase 2 of the Toronto Modular Housing projects. Her responsibilities have included developing design and construction documents, coordinating building systems and managing project BIM models. Grace is committed to becoming and well-rounded designer, fluent in all phases and stages of design and construction across many building sectors and is always looking for new opportunities to hone and expand her skills.

Grace’s work in architecture is inspired by her interests in challenging public perceptions of the built environment with interventions that give pause and make us think critically about the spaces we inhabit. Grace has served as a guest critic for the University of Toronto John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Design.