Janna Levitt (Principal, B.A., B. Arch., OAA, FRAIC) has a background in the visual arts which continues to distinguished her architectural career and is known in the office for her curiosity and commitment. She seeks opportunities to integrate art into the firms projects and to collaborate with artists on installation based work. Her current projects include the new School of Architecture of the North in Sudbury for Laurentian University; Market 707- the first pop up shipping container market in Toronto and 100th branch of the Toronto Public Library.
In addition to her architecture practice, Janna is an active lecturer, critic, adjunct professor (at the University of Waterloo and Halifax, Schools of Architecture) and jury member. Until recently she was a member of both the National Steering Committee for the Canadian Pavilion for the Venice Architecture Biennale and Cape Farewell Canada advisory group, -a North American NGO promoting a cultural response to climate change by establishing long-term collaborations with international artists and architects. Janna is a member of the Principles of Excellence for LRT Projects Advisory Panel for Metrolinx. With a keen interest in apiary culture, she is also a member of Ontario’s Bee Keepers Association.