Jennifer Kudlats is a registered architect and sessional lecturer at the John H Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design at the University of Toronto. She received a Bachelor of Environmental Design and MArch from Dalhousie University School of Architecture, where she graduated with Honours and received the Ghost Lab scholarship for overall excellence in a body of work throughout her Master’s studies.
Jennifer is a Co-Founder of Studio AC: for Architecture and Collaboration, an integrated architecture and design studio in Toronto working at a variety of scales – including residential, commercial, institutional, and cultural. The images above reflect part of Studio AC’s portfolio of residential work. Studio AC was born out of a partnership that was fostered at KPMB Architects by two young architects with a background in craft-based architecture and attention to detail. Studio AC strives to be forward thinking in its study of space in a human context, while maintaining an emphasis on traditional working methods, sketching, and model making to create well balanced and well executed architecture.
With a background in fine arts from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, Jennifer’s passion for the importance of representation as it pertains to architecture is at the forefront of her work.
Her interests include symmetry, meticulous repetition, and any combination of white on white. And her dog, Russell.