Veronica Madonna possesses unparalleled design leadership and a keen sense for innovative, future- proof, sustainable post-secondary design. Veronica’s perceptive problem-solving skills and creative thinking has led to the design and execution of award-winning university and college buildings for over 15 years. Her versatility demonstrated by a portfolio that boasts a range of projects ranging from heritage renovations and additions like University of Toronto Goldring Student Centre and the Humber College Building ‘G’ Centre for Entrepreneurship; to sustainability driven projects such as Lakehead University’s LEED Platinum Building and Sheridan College Hazel McCallion Phase 2 Building. Currently, Veronica is working on two Mass Timber construction buildings: she is Project Architect on ‘The Arbour’ George Brown College Tall Wood Building and Principal in Charge of Design on the Honey Bee Research Centre at the University of Guelph, Ontario College of Agriculture.
Actively involved in the architectural community, Veronica is a Sessional Instructor at Ryerson University’s Department of Architecture, RAIC’s Centre for Architecture at Athabasca University, and is frequently a mentor and guest critic at other universities across Ontario such as the Ontario College of Art and Design. Veronica is also an active researcher and writer on understanding the built environment, and has contributed to Spacing Magazine and Concrete Toronto: A guide to Architecture from the Fifties to the Seventies.