Megan Torza



Megan joined DTAH in 2006 and became a partner in 2012. Megan is an architect with a strong interest in adaptive reuse and the integration of contemporary architectural expression with historic urban environments. She has extensive experience in the development of design guidelines and feasibility studies, and a keen interest in the design of innovative housing models as well as learning environments for children. While studying at the University of Toronto, Megan was awarded the Alpha Rho Chi Medal and was recognized on the RAIC Honour Roll. Megan has taught the history of contemporary architecture at the University of Toronto, and has participated in urban design studio reviews at the University of Waterloo.

Megan is the curator for the RavinePortal exhibition at 50 Park Road and in association with WorldWide Storefront.

Megan is also co-creator, along with Robert Cram, of the Orange Crush installation at Come Up To My Room 2015.


  • University of Toronto: Master of Architecture, 2005
  • University of Toronto: Bachelor of Arts (Honours), 2001
  • Courtauld Institute of Art: Year 2, BA History of Art, 2000

Professional Affiliations

  • Member: Ontario Association of Architects
  • Member: Royal Architectural Institute of Canada
  • Member: Toronto Society of Architects
  • LEED Accredited Professional

Major Projects