Master’s of Architecture, McGill University, 2014
Semester Abroad, Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, 2013
Bachelor of Science in Architecture (High Distinction), McGill University, 2012
Member: Ontario Association of Architects
Julian joined Montgomery Sisam in 2020 with five years of professional experience. His previous work has focused largely on heritage conservation and he is well versed in its complexities as a discipline.
Among Julian’s strengths is his ability to think analytically about a project and its context, navigate large sums of data, identify specific sensitivities and propose appropriate interventions. He is currently lending his experience and expertise to the Rekai Centre Cherry Street project. Previously, he worked on the Modular Supportive Housing project, where he coordinated production of permit and tender documents and focused on construction details across five different buildings. Julian’s personal and professional pursuits are informed by his interests in the relationship between architecture, urban design and city life.
Julian has been a freelance writer for UrbanToronto.ca for more than six years now. In his writing, he takes a keen interest in describing new developments and exploring the latest design trends across the Greater Toronto Area. He also regularly reports on the Toronto Design Review Panel and interviews industry professionals working in the City.