Education

University of Toronto, Master of Architecture (High Honours), 2015

École nationale supérieure d’architecture Paris-Malaquais, ERASMUS Study Term Abroad, 2012

Carleton University, Bachelor of Architectural Studies (High Distinction), 2013

Major Projects

Durham Modular Supportive Housing
First Nations Technical Institute New Academic Building

Mateusz Nowacki

M.Arch.

Mateusz Nowacki joined Montgomery Sisam in 2020 with professional experience gleaned from several prominent Toronto offices. This experience includes work on a number of multi-use recreational and leisure facilities for major institutions, as well as bespoke residential design.

With an acute design sensibility, strong communication and organizational skills, Mateusz contributes his expertise in the management of Revit models and team workflow on large and complex projects. Since joining Montgomery Sisam, he has lent this expertise to the Durham Modular Supportive Housing project, the University of Ottawa Health Sciences Building Design-Build competition, as well as various feasibility and municipal approvals projects for CreateTO. Mateusz’s ability to think strategically about project challenges and produce best-fit solutions simultaneously within an accelerated schedule is an exceptional asset to his teams.

Mateusz is particularly interested in the role architectures plays in domestic life. He continuously practices the study and research of new, transformative models in housing design, and was awarded the Kuwabara-Jackman Thesis Gold Medal and AIA Henry Adams Award for his studies. He also regularly engages in community-directed events on local urban issues.