Joy Charbonneau

Joy Charbonneau

Joy Charbonneau

KPMB Architects B.A.(Hons), M.Arch, OAA

Joy Charbonneau aims to create intelligent architecture, art and design. Her work is thoughtful and inventive - it is often her motivation to provoke curiosity and delight.

Joy works at Kuwabara Payne McKenna Blumberg Architects. She was born and raised in Southern Ontario where she received her Master of Architecture degree from the University of Toronto. She has exhibited her work in Toronto galleries such as the Design Exchange, Harbourfront Centre, The Department, and the Larry Wayne Richards Gallery. Her work has been featured in publications such as Wallpaper and Azure. 

Dimitra Papantonis

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Dimitra Papantonis

Williamson Williamson M.Arch, OAA


Dimitra Papantonis is a registered Architect with the Ontario Association of Architects, and is an Architect at Williamson Williamson. She received a Master of Architecture from Daniels School of Architecture, Landscape and Design at the University of Toronto, and a Bachelor of Arts with Honours double majoring in Architectural Design and Economics from the University of Toronto. Dimitra's research and interests are in housing, historical development of spaces, and typologies. She has lead and worked on a variety of projects including residential, commercial, and mixed use.
 

Sonia Ramundi

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Sonia Ramundi

Willaimson Williamson M. Arch, OAA


Sonia received her Honours Bachelor of Arts Degree with High Distinction from the University of Toronto with a double major in Architecture and Fine Art History, and a minor in Visual Studies.  She received her professional architecture degree from the same institution where she won various design awards and the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada Student Medal. Sonia is a registered Architect with the Ontario Association of Architects.

Prior to joining Williamson Williamson Inc. Sonia worked in offices in Los Angeles and Toronto as a project designer on various institutional projects as well as award winning high-end interiors and residential projects. Since joining WW Inc. in 2015, she has worked on master planning, retail and residential projects, and is currently the project architect for a commercial new-build in the Junction, an addition to an existing industrial building in Leslieville, and a residence overlooking the Bluffs.


Sonia is a member of the BEAT (Building Equality in Architecture Toronto) Executive Committee, focusing on the annual leadership seminar as a way of promoting mentorship, networking and retention in the field.