Sonia Ramundi

Sessional Lecturer

Sonia Ramundi holds an undergraduate degree from the University of Toronto with a double major in architecture and fine art history, and a minor in visual studies. Since graduating from the master’s program at the Daniels Faculty in 2012, she has been actively practising and teaching architecture.

Ramundi is a registered architect and has been the project lead on multiple commercial interior fit-outs and residential new-builds. She has worked in offices in Los Angeles and Toronto on various institutional projects as well as award winning, high-end interiors and residential projects. She is particularly interested in exploring the dynamic relationship between site and architecture, and in examining design problems and their potential solutions at various scales.

Since 2017, Ramundi has been involved in BEAT (Building Equality in Architecture Toronto) as an executive member, then as the executive director, and presently as an advisory member. During her term as executive director of BEAT, Ramundi led the internal visioning workshop initiative which sought to update the group's mandate to respond to current needs in the profession, and to prepare the organization for future growth.