Paul Kurti


Paul joined Montgomery Sisam in 2020 with more than 10 years of professional experience. His body of work includes a variety of residential, institutional, and commercial projects.

Since joining Montgomery Sisam, Paul has garnered extensive experience in volumetric modular design and construction, serving as an integral member of several modular supportive housing projects, including Hamilton Passive House Modular Housing, Durham Modular Supportive Housing, and the City of Toronto Modular Supportive Housing projects: Phase 2.

Paul is proficient in digital modeling and demonstrates a strong technical acuity in his work. He now brings this expertise to the Chelsea Gardens Net Zero Affordable Housing project, helping the design team develop their Revit model and detail different assemblies.

Paul’s work in architecture is informed by his interests in sustainable methods of fabrication and the impact future technologies will have on design practices.