Meg Graham is a licensed architect and Principal at superkül. Recognized as a leading Canadian design practice, superkül’s commitment to design excellence has resulted in numerous awards and the extensive publication of the practice’s work both locally and abroad.
Since 2001, Meg has taught design at the John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design, and been a visiting lecturer and critic at architecture schools across Canada and the United States. An articulate communicator and advocate for design, Meg is a past chair of the Toronto Society of Architects, a member of the City of Toronto Design Review Panel, the Board of Directors of the University of Toronto Schools and the Harvard University Graduate School of Design alumni council.
Meg received her professional degree from the University of Waterloo, winning the American Institute of Architects Gold Medal in her thesis year. She holds a postgraduate degree from Harvard. In 2015 she was made a Fellow of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada.