B.E.D.S., M.Arch., OAA, LEED AP
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Mahsa Majidian is a licensed OAA Architect, wherein she has been a member since 2017. With over 15 years of professional experience several leading Canadian architectural practices, she brings a wide range of design and technical expertise from award-winning complex projects, committing to rigorous pursuit of critical thinking, innovation, and design excellence.
Since joining Moriyama Teshima Architects in 2019, Mahsa has made significant contributions to various institutional projects such as Limberlost Place (previously: “The Arbour”) for George Brown College, and Nova Scotia Community College Sydney Waterfront Campus expansion. She is currently serving as the Project Manager for Rouge National Urban Park Visitor, Learning, and Community Centre for Parks Canada, and the award-winning Mukwa Waakaa’igan Indigenous Centre of Cultural Excellence at Algoma University.
A strong advocate of sustainable development, she earned her LEED AP designation with Canadian Green Building Council in 2014, and has imparted her expertise throughout a number of projects with MTA. She actively participates in research and development of advanced and innovative trends in sustainable design, development, and construction industries. Passionate about design pedagogy and mentorship, Mahsa has served as an OAA mentor a visiting studio critic for the Daniel’s School of Architecture at the University of Toronto.
Mahsa holds a Master of Architecture degree from University of Toronto, and a Bachelor of Environmental Design (Hon.) from the University of British Columbia. Her expanded architectural studies have taken her education across the globe, from the Art University of Tehran in Iran to the University of Buenos Aires in Argentina.