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Herman Miller Toronto Showroom

462 Wellington Street West

#400

Toronto, ON M5V 1E3

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In the workplace today, it is important that we are known to others, and to ensure that others are aware of our resourcefulness. Networking can be one of the most powerful and productive activities an individual can do to launch and manage their career. BEAT MIX at the Herman Miller Showroom will be a platform to develop a series of relationships across Toronto’s Architecture and Design communities.

BEAT MIX will include five invited Featured Guests who are stationed in five specific Zones. The Featured Guests will comprise of Partners and Principals from local design firms of various sizes, along with leaders in adjacent professions. Participants will have the opportunity to interact with the Featured Guests and meet a succession of individuals in small groups throughout the evening.

BEAT encourages Interns, emerging practitioners and seasoned professional to join this interconnected community to share information, advice and opportunities.

Beverages and light refreshments provided curtesy of the Food Dudes. All guests are required to be 19 years of age or older. Limited space available.

Meg Graham

Principal | superkül | B.Arch, M.DesS, OAA, FRAIC

Meg is a Principal at superkül, a Toronto-based architecture practice founded in 2002 and recognized as one of Canada’s leading design firms. superkül’s commitment to design excellence, pragmatism, and advanced building technologies has resulted in numerous awards and the publication of the practice’s work locally, nationally and internationally. An articulate communicator and advocate for design, she also contributes her expertise in volunteer and board positions that speak to her strong leadership role both in and beyond the design community. She received her professional architecture degree from the University of Waterloo (B.Arch, 1997), and her postgraduate degree from Harvard University (MDesS, 2003), with distinction.


Heather Rolleston

Principal, Design Director | Quadrangle | B.Arch. Hons

Heather has 20 years of experience designing, leading and managing award winning projects in the residential, mixed-use, master plan and commercial sectors. As a Design Director, Heather is responsible for design reviews and elevating the design practices of Quadrangle across all sectors. Currently she is leading the design of The Wynford, 30 Widmer, 2442-2454 Bloor St W. and 520 Richmond Street West. Prior to joining the studio, Heather worked at architectsAlliance for 16 years as a Senior Associate. She continues to be active in the architecture and design community as a sitting member of the City of Toronto’s Design Review Panel, and as a guest critic at the University of Waterloo School of Architecture, and her alma mater, the University of Toronto Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Design.


Heather Anne Popovich

Manager Project Coordination | Eastern Construction | LEED® AP, BASc Civil Eng

Heather Anne Popovich is a graduate of the Civil Engineering program at the University of Waterloo, where her co-op experience pointed her towards a career in construction. Heather Anne has accrued several years’ experience working in the healthcare sector at St. Michael’s Hospital as a Project Coordinator and again as the Manager of Redevelopment. The bulk of her 18-year career in construction has been spent with Eastern Construction where Heather Anne has assumed an increasingly important role to become a linchpin in the day to day field operations of the company. Heather Anne fulfils numerous roles in the firm as a mentor, hiring manager, and department head.

Currently Heather Anne manages the Project Coordination & BIM workgroups at Eastern requiring her input into each and every active project. Heather Anne has an ongoing portfolio of projects under her direct control as Preconstruction Manager, examples being the all-timber net-zero TRCA Headquarters, renovation of the former Trump Tower as the St. Regis Hotel Toronto, and the TTC McNicoll Bus Garage, a $130M design-build contract.

With well over a decade working in the field, Heather Anne offers broad-spectrum experience that spans a wide array of projects including construction of the Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute ($101 Million), expansion of Caesars Casino in Windsor ($370 Million), renovation of Mount Sinai Hospital ($102 Million), redevelopment of Queens Quay with Waterfront Toronto ($98 Million), and most recently, construction the Halton Region Police Headquarters ($54 Million).

Heather Anne is a long-time shareholder at Eastern Construction and was appointed to the Senior Management Team in 2017.

Jennifer Kudlats & Andrew Hill

Founders | Studio AC

StudioAC leadership is comprised of Andrew Hill, Jennifer Kudlats and Reza Nik. The practice was founded in 2015 and has since received numerous accolades: appearing in a number of publications internationally and recently included on Azure Magazine's list of 30 Canadian Architecture Firms Breaking New Ground!

Before StudioAC, Andrew, Jen and Reza worked under some of the leading figures in Canadian architecture at KPMB and Diamond Schmitt Architects. As a function of their pedigree, StudioAC strives to create impactful architecture that speaks to its context at a multitude of scales. We believe that good buildings can bring people together, enhance a community, help businesses to flourish and create landmarks within a city. We care about all details, big and small, and as a result we put the same amount of energy into all aspects of our work - from the broad strokes of architectural form to the details of our interiors.

Catherine Osborne

Former Editor | Azure

Catherine Osborne is an editor, writer and journalist based in Toronto. She is the former Editor of Azure, Canada’s leading magazine of contemporary international architecture and design. The award-winning publication was recently nominated for two National Magazine Awards, including in the category of Best Magazine. Before Azure, Catherine lived in Tokyo working as arts journalist for such publications as the Wall Street Journal, Japan Times and Tokyo Journal. She has interviewed and written about dozens of top international architects and designers including Sir David Adjaye, Jay Osgerby of Barber&Osgerby and Oki Sato of Nendo.

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Herman Miller Toronto Showroom

462 Wellington Street West

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Toronto, ON M5V 1E3

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