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BEAT Talk with Barbora Vokac Taylor

  • Barbora Vokac Taylor Architect 390 Dupont Street - Suite 200 Toronto, ON M5R 1V9 Canada (map)
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Barbora Vokac Taylor Architect

As a practice, we identify unique conditions in each project to articulate, reveal and amplify their potential in however small a way.

Our work is about telling a story – a subtle poem suggesting and revealing what is most important and delighting those who use and experience the space. Our unique design approach puts people first: we strive to create places that people want to spend their time in.

Through study, observation, rigorous design and partnership with the client, our process works to create projects that are functional, innovative, beautiful and distinct.

Barbora Vokac Taylor

M.Arch OAA MRAIC LEED AP

Prior to founding her practice, Barbora Vokac Taylor Architect, Barbora worked with acclaimed architects in Toronto, London UK and Montreal, developing professional expertise on award-winning institutional, commercial and residential projects.

Barbora holds a Bachelor of Science in Architecture and a Master of Architecture, both from McGill University where upon graduation she was awarded the Ray Affleck Prize in Design for excellence in the Thesis design project. Barbora also received the American Institute of Architects Henry Adams Certificate of Merit, for general excellence and was honoured with a place on the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada Honour Roll.

Barbora is a registered architect and principal of Barbora Vokac Taylor Architect - a practice focused on residential, educational and commercial projects – new build, renovations and interiors. The practice’s work is driven by desired user behaviours to develop elegant and successful solutions to involved design briefs.

Barbora Vokac Taylor has been serving on the Toronto Society of Architects executive board since 2015. A former RAIC Syllabus mentor, Barbora has served on the Programme Advisory Committee of the School of Architectural Studies at the George Brown College Centre of Construction & Engineering Technologies, where she has also been a part-time professor since 2013.

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