Susan Speigel is the Principal of Susan Speigel Architect Inc as well as part time faculty and a guest lecturer at the Institute without Boundaries in the School of Design at George Brown College. Her completed projects include urban design, architectural and landscape renovation of more than 20 public spaces for Toronto Community Housing Corporation, interior design and renovation of several community health centres, a new bank building for the Bank of Nova Scotia, a new library building addition and school renovations for the Kind City School Library and Resource Centre, and various residential renovations. Before starting her own architectural firm, Speigel’s worked for such firms as thinkthinkthink Internet company, Isosceles Development Incorporated, and Brown and Storey Architects. She obtained her Bachelor of Architecture and her Bachelor of Arts from the Univeristy of Toronto, and also studied at the New School for Social Research in New York. Speigel has also been published numerous times in Canadian Architect.
DESN 4010 Major Project: Preparation
DESN 4021 Major Project: Development
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