Vis Sankrithi  Principal Architect    Vis (B.Arch OAA, MRAIC) has more than fifteen years of experience working with industry leading architecture, urban design, and graphic design practices in Toronto, New York and Rotterdam. He has designed and realized a range of public and private projects of varying scales for non-profit, city and institutional clients. Vis has over seven years of experience teaching architectural design studios at Canadian universities, including the University of Waterloo and Ryerson University. Vis holds a Professional Bachelor of Architecture Degree (1999) from the University of Toronto Faculty of Architecture, Landscape & Design and is a registered Architect with the Ontario Association of Architects (OAA).

Vis Sankrithi
Principal Architect

Vis (B.Arch OAA, MRAIC) has more than fifteen years of experience working with industry leading architecture, urban design, and graphic design practices in Toronto, New York and Rotterdam. He has designed and realized a range of public and private projects of varying scales for non-profit, city and institutional clients. Vis has over seven years of experience teaching architectural design studios at Canadian universities, including the University of Waterloo and Ryerson University.
Vis holds a Professional Bachelor of Architecture Degree (1999) from the University of Toronto Faculty of Architecture, Landscape & Design and is a registered Architect with the Ontario Association of Architects (OAA).

Stanislav Jurkovic  Designer    Stanislav (BES, MArch MRAIC) is an artist, designer and educator with a multidisciplinary background spanning over 15 years in Architecture, Interior Design, Urban Planning, Public Art, Exhibit and Graphic Design. His projects have garnered awards in Architecture, and Interior design and have been exhibited in Canada and Europe. Stanislav teaches design and communication in architecture at Ryerson University and has previously taught design at the School of Architecture at the University of Waterloo. He is also a regular guest critic at design and architecture schools at the University of Waterloo, University of Toronto and OCAD University.

Stanislav Jurkovic
Designer

Stanislav (BES, MArch MRAIC) is an artist, designer and educator with a multidisciplinary background spanning over 15 years in Architecture, Interior Design, Urban Planning, Public Art, Exhibit and Graphic Design. His projects have garnered awards in Architecture, and Interior design and have been exhibited in Canada and Europe. Stanislav teaches design and communication in architecture at Ryerson University and has previously taught design at the School of Architecture at the University of Waterloo. He is also a regular guest critic at design and architecture schools at the University of Waterloo, University of Toronto and OCAD University.

Shannon Black  Principal Researcher    Shannon (MA, Ph.D. Student) is a cultural geographer, currently pursuing a Ph.D. (SSHRC Doctoral Fellow) in the Department of Geography and Planning at the University of Toronto. Shannon brings eight years of research experience to the office, including work with the Department of Geography (UT), the Women and Gender Studies Institute (UT), and with organizations such as Toronto Public Health Food Strategy. Research areas include, craft labour and new media, creative city planning and policy, the politics of graffiti art, and the intersections between public/private space, performance art and the Internet. Shannon is a member of the  Jackman Humanities Institute  working group on Creative Labour and of the  Cultural Economy Lab , both at the University of Toronto.

Shannon Black
Principal Researcher

Shannon (MA, Ph.D. Student) is a cultural geographer, currently pursuing a Ph.D. (SSHRC Doctoral Fellow) in the Department of Geography and Planning at the University of Toronto. Shannon brings eight years of research experience to the office, including work with the Department of Geography (UT), the Women and Gender Studies Institute (UT), and with organizations such as Toronto Public Health Food Strategy. Research areas include, craft labour and new media, creative city planning and policy, the politics of graffiti art, and the intersections between public/private space, performance art and the Internet. Shannon is a member of the Jackman Humanities Institute working group on Creative Labour and of the Cultural Economy Lab, both at the University of Toronto.