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Dustin completed a successful student internship with Montgomery Sisam in 2007, rejoining the firm in 2013 after broadening his professional experience and finishing his Master’s degree in Architecture with high honours at the University of Toronto.
Dustin was the recipient of the Royal Architectural institute of Canada Student Medal, the highest award for students attending Canadian architectural schools, and the American Institute of Architects Henry Adams Medal.
He has since collaborated on a number of notable projects, including a private student residence at 45 Mann Avenue in Ottawa, the Ronald McDonald House Toronto Family Room at SickKids Hospital, and a complex addition to Humber College’s F Building. His resourcefulness in Revit, AutoCAD, SketchUp, Rhino and the Adobe Creative Suite, along with his proficiency in physical modelling and fabrication are a great asset to his project teams.
Dustin is often a guest critic at Ryerson University’s School of Architecture and was part of the Canadian Architectural Certification Board (CACB) Accreditation Team at Ryerson in 2013. He has a vested interest in alternative, sustainable housing concepts, specifically within Canada, as North American conventions of dwelling become critical elements in guiding various communities towards a sustainable future.
Ryerson University: Bachelor of Architectural Sciences (Hons.), 2009
University of Toronto: Master of Architecture (Hons.), 2013
Humber College F Building Health Sciences Addition
Seneca College King Campus Expansion
Ronald McDonald House Toronto, Family Room at SickKids Hospital
45 Mann Avenue