Anna Beznogova is an Intern Architect with the OAA, a Certified Passive House Designer, and a RELi AP. Her main interests lie in sustainable, socially responsible, and resilient design and architecture. She holds a Master’s degree in Architecture and a BAS from the University of Waterloo. She was involved with the design and production of The Evidence Room exhibit for the 2016 Venice Biennale as part of the University of Waterloo team led by Robert Jan van Pelt, which subsequently traveled and was displayed in Madrid and Toronto.
Gordon Grice is an architect and communications consultant whose professional career includes architectural practice, illustration, writing, editing, and art direction. He is a member of the RAIC College of Fellows and the Massey College Quadrangle Society. He is past editor of the OAA quarterly journal, Perspectives, as well as senior advisor, catalogue editor and Past President of the American Society of Architectural Illustrators (ASAI). He has been honoured with the OAA Medal of the Order of da Vinci, and ASAI’s Lifetime Achievement Award. Gordon has edited more than two-dozen books and his drawings have been exhibited and published internationally. Among other current pursuits, Gordon serves as editor-in-chief of The Right Angle Journal.
Chandni Rana is a research and design intern at the Royal Ontario Museum. She is interested in architecture’s role within various environments, which includes factors that influence and are affected by built forms. Chandni graduated from the University of Toronto through the John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Design with a Honours Bachelor of Arts in architectural design, and architectural history, theory and criticism. She has helped design and construct a welcome kiosk for Prince Edward County in 2018, led by Studio North, which is featured in the Interior Design magazine. She is currently part of the exhibition design team at the ROM and has helped with the design and generation of the following exhibits: Florals: Desire and Design, and The Cloth that Changed the World: India’s Painted and Printed Cottons.
Mathieu De Pompa
Mathieu De Pompa is an Architectural Science Co-Op student at Ryerson University. His passion for sustainable architecture has led him to explore green building solutions such as mass timber and passive design in his studio projects. His conceptual ideas have garnered national attention after winning an Emerging Practitioners competition with the RAIC. After finishing his undergraduate degree at Ryerson, Mathieu plans to pursue a masters of architecture and eventually licensure.