Meg is a principal of superkül, a Toronto-based architecture practice founded in 2002 and recognized as a leading Canadian design firm. Superkül’s commitment to design excellence, pragmatism, and advanced building technologies has resulted in numerous awards and the publication of the practice’s work locally, nationally, and internationally.
Meg is known by her clients and the studio for her critical insight and passion for design. She has led numerous award-winning residential, institutional and retail projects, along with initiatives in master planning and adaptive reuse. These include several projects for the University of Toronto (St. George campus), and the new headquarters for Universal Music Canada. She leads the majority of superkül’s extensive single-family residential portfolio, comprising houses and cottages located in urban, suburban and geographically disparate rural locations across Ontario.
Since 2001, Meg has taught design at the John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Design, and has been a visiting lecturer and critic at architecture schools in Canada and the U.S. Meg has contributed her expertise in advisory, jury, and board positions both in and beyond the design community. A past chair of the Toronto Society of Architects, she is a member of the city of Toronto Design Review Panel, the Harvard University GSD Alumni Council, the board of directors of the University of Toronto Schools, and the advisory committee of Building Equality in Architecture Toronto (BEAT).