Stephanie Hosein is a Toronto-based architect, born and raised in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Stephanie graduated from Dalhousie University with her Master of Architecture degree in 2010, and was awarded the Brian MacKay-Lyons’ Ghost Lab 13 scholarship, as well as the AIA Henry Adams Certificate.
Stephanie moved to Toronto in 2011 to join KPMB Architects. She worked on several large-scale commercial and institutional projects including the Bay Adelaide Centre East Tower and the Adams Center for Musical Arts at Yale University prior to joining Omar Gandhi Architect Inc. in 2016. Stephanie’s accomplishments at OGA include Project Architect for the new Lady Marmalade in Toronto and Teph Inlet in Chester, Nova Scotia. She also collaborated with KPMB, gh3 and Superkül on the successful bid for Hamilton’s Pier 8 development.
Stephanie is a founding and executive committee member of Building Equality in Architecture Toronto (BEAT), an independent organization dedicated to the promotion of equity, diversity and design excellence in the profession of architecture.