Toronto Metropolitan University (formerly Ryerson University)/JVS Toronto, IPLAN Program, 2020
Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Bachelor & Master of Science in Architecture (integrated, with distinction), 2020
Saint Petersburg State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering, Specialist Degree in Civil Engineering (with distinction), 2014
Saimaa University of Applied Sciences, Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, 2013

Major Projects

Modular Supportive Housing: Phase 2

Karina Kasatkina

M.Sc. Arch., B.Sc. Eng.

Karina joined Montgomery Sisam in 2021 as a recent graduate from the Budapest University of Technology and Economics. Karina has a background in engineering and has worked at length in structural design. She is fluent in all manors of materials, systems and assemblies, including mass timber. And she is experienced working with and translating data from point-cloud surveys.

Karina’s previous body of work was largely focused on understanding and modelling existing structures and producing structural working drawings. She is currently lending her unique experience and expertise to the Toronto Modular Supportive Housing Phase 2 project team. Karina is highly attentive to detail and she works diligently to produce complete, accurate deliverables on tight timelines.

Karina believes in the social value of architecture and is a proponent of smart, sustainable city-building. She aspires to contribute to projects that promote positive, lasting change in people’s lives. Karina has completed post-professional training as an internationally trained architect in the Ontario building codes and standards.