Drew Sinclair is the managing principal of SvN Architects + Planners. He is an urban designer and licensed architect in Ontario, Alberta, and Manitoba. He is a past recipient of the Canada Council’s Prix de Rome for Emerging Practitioners, as well as several Ontario Association of Architects (OAA) Awards, Governor General's Awards (RAIC), and City of Toronto Urban Design Awards. He is a graduate of McGill University and holds a Master of Architecture degree from the University of Toronto, where he won the Heather Reisman Gold Medal in Design.
Drew has been recognized for design innovation in both small and large scale projects. He was the lead architect for the Athletes’ Village Master Plan for the 2015 Pan and Parapan American Games in Toronto, Toronto's Port Lands Acceleration Initiative, the Vaughan Metropolitan Center Urban Design Guidelines, and the innovative 327 Royal York Road / Mimico GO Station Mixed-Use Development. Drew continues to lead the firm’s housing and institutional building practice areas while advising on a wide range of mixed-use, institutional, and mobility (transit) building and master plan projects. Drew is a regular guest lecturer at schools of architecture in Canada and the United States and an active board member of the Canadian Stage Company and the Sharon Temple National Historic Site.