Gregory Neudorf is a senior designer and architect at Saucier + Perrotte Architectes and leads the Toronto office, which he helped to launch in 2012. His expertise in the design of preeminent institutional and residential projects has contributed to the firm’s success over the past decade. He has led the design and implementation of several award-winning projects across Canada, most notably the River City Development in Toronto and the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences Building at the University of British Columbia.
Gregory’s interests include new frameworks for architecture that challenge current sociopolitical conditions and neo-liberal extractive ideologies, non-conventional forms of abstraction in architecture, the relationship of the personal and impersonal to design, as well as technology’s impact on public space practices and the generic conditions of urban-ness.
He holds a Master of Architecture degree from the University of Toronto, a Bachelor of Fine Arts (honours) degree from Queen’s University, and has studied art and architecture in the USA, China, and the UK. He has been an invited critic at many universities across the country, and has lectured and taught at the University of Toronto and the University of Waterloo.