B.Arch.Sc., B.E.D.S., M.Arch., MRAIC, OAA
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As Project Designer and Project Manager, Veronica Madonna expedited the delivery of seven major buildings for Ontario universities and colleges over seven years, including two for the University of Toronto: the Goldring Student Centre and the UTM Innovation Complex, and the Centre for Creativity at Sheridan College in Mississauga. She was also involved in the LEED Platinum New Academic Building on Lakehead University’s new campus in Orillia, Ontario, which has already received an OAA Design Excellence Award and completed Conestoga College Engineering and Food Processing Technology Building, the first academic building on Conestoga’s new Cambridge Campus in Ontario.
Veronica joined Moriyama & Teshima in 2008. With over twelve years experience, she has worked on a variety of projects ranging from small-scale rural to large complex buildings, as well as, historical context and community defining developments in urban environments. Rooted in both her architectural training and experience, she brings a creative vision as well as a technical design sense to her projects.
Veronica is actively involved in the architectural community, volunteering her time to guest critic and mentor students at Ryerson University and Ontario College of Art and Design. She also research and writes on topics that contribute to the understanding of the built environment and has published articles for Spacing Magazine and Concrete Toronto: A guide to Architecture from the Fifties to the Seventies.