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Andrew Hill

Andrew Hill is a Toronto-based architectural designer and sessional lecturer at the John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture. Recipient of the Dalhousie Thesis Prize, the lessons, discoveries, and tangents that first emerged during this research still act as the basis for much of the design thinking he pursues at StudioAC. A focus on ‘alternate topographies’ as a concept of moving beyond the static, looking for spatial logic that shapes the psyche and defines experience.


Jennifer Kudlats

Jennifer Kudlats is a registered architect and sessional lecturer at the John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design at the University of Toronto. She is interested in using architecture to challenge expectations and encourage others to see the world through another lens. Human interaction is at the forefront of her focus, and through teaching and practice, she is motivated to inspire and ignite compassion for our built environment and the people within it.


Practice Ideology

Studio for Architecture & Collaboration is an interdisciplinary architectural practice based in Toronto, led by Andrew Hill and Jennifer Kudlats. Founded in 2015, the practice has since received numerous accolades, appearing in a number of publications internationally and being included on Azure Magazine’s list of 30 Canadian Architecture Firms Breaking New Ground. StudioAC was also named 2019 Emerging Designer of the Year by the Design Exchange and RBC.

StudioAC works closely with clients, consultants, and contractors at every stage of its work, from conception to realization. The studio believes that any problem presents limitless opportunities, and they address each new project with enthusiasm and a willingness to listen in order to create something unique and special.

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