Megan Torza, OAA, FRAIC, LEED AP BD+C
Megan Torza is a partner at DTAH whose professional focus lies in community-based projects, with a particular interest in adaptive reuse, innovative housing models as well as environments for children. Past project experience includes the Market Commons affordable housing project in downtown Guelph, the Dane Avenue Child Care for the City of Toronto, and the Artscape Wychwood Barns and Evergreen Brick Works projects – both award-winning, LEED certified examples of the creative adaptive reuse of abandoned industrial facilities for not-for-profit clients in the Toronto area. Megan is currently member of the Vaughan Design Review Panel, and a regular architecture and urban design critic and guest lecturer at the Universities of Toronto, Waterloo, Carleton and Ryerson. Megan has been on the TSA Executive since 2012 where she has managed numerous initiatives including Urban Affairs and Ideas Forums, collaboration with Toronto Offsite Design Festival, and an intensive research initiative to catalog and share much of the TSA’s historic records through a blog series. View LinkedIn.