Carleton University, Master of Architecture, 2007
Carleton University, Bachelor of Architecture, 2005

Professional Affiliations

Member: Royal Architectural Institute of Canada
Member: Ontario Association of Architects

Member: Architects’ Association of New Brunswick

Member: Nova Scotia Association of Architects
Member: LEED Accredited Professional
Member: Green Globes Professional

Major Projects

Fairvern Long-Term Care Home
George Street Revitalization
Golden Manor Home for the Aged
MacGillivray Guest Home
Maple Grove Elementary School
Rotherglen School
Runnymede Long Term Care
University Health Network Lakeside II

Sienna Senior Living Cedarvale Lodge

Neda Basharat



Neda joined Montgomery Sisam in 2015 with a rich and varied portfolio of work, ranging from small-scale renovations to large-scale, multi-phase campus projects and spanning both the private and public sectors. Neda was named a Principal in 2021.

A registered architect with keen modelling skills, strong technical proficiency and exceptional project management, Neda is a valuable asset to her project teams. Her work is largely concentrated in seniors housing, working with a number of private and charitable organizations achieve renewal and growth. She has also made valuable contributions to both the Rotherglen Elementary School and the George Street Revitalization project, two complex redevelopment projects with very specific programmatic needs, operational requirements and aesthetic objectives.

Neda is committed to a design process that is greater than the sum of its parts, building strong working relationships with clients, consultants and coworkers. Her work focuses on meeting user needs and client requirements through the purposeful synthesis of site, materiality and detail. Deeply invested in sustainable architectural practices; she is both a LEED Green Associate and Green Globes Professional, and is well versed in efficiency principles and green design.