Chris Chan, OAA


Chris is an Architect with a wide range of experience with project types, sizes and phases in a variety of project team structures. He has developed an ability to understand and address client needs through thoughtful and practical design solutions. Chris’ interest in adaptive re-use has positioned him to engage with complex and challenging site constraints in order to realize value for clients.

Consistently dedicated to projects from design through construction, Chris is driven to realize concepts which demand a thorough evaluation of infrastructure and program needs to match client design expectations with implementation strategy and budget restrictions.


CASA II Condominiums, Toronto
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PROJECT Experience

Cumulus Architects
UHN Toronto General Hospital MPOR Equipment Upgrade, Toronto
Diagnostic Imaging Healthcare Clinic, Saskatoon
CAMH Queen Street Atrium Refresh, Toronto
St. Joseph’s Health Centre MRI, Toronto
Humber River Hospital MRI 3, Toronto
CAMH Neuroinformatics Office, Toronto

Quadrangle Architects
Groupe Média TFO LUV: Virtual Universe Lab, Toronto
400 University Avenue Addition, Toronto
101 McNabb Street Addition, Toronto
Revival 629 Film Production Studio Renovations, Toronto
ZoomerMedia Headquarters Renovations, Toronto
The Bartholomew Condominiums, Toronto
DUKE Condominiums, Toronto
316 Spadina Avenue Adaptive Re-use Feasibility Study, Toronto
CBC Maison de Radio-Canada RFP, Montreal

CASA II Condominiums, Toronto
St. Lawrence Market Condominiums, Toronto
MYC Condominiums, Toronto
SkyviewParc Condominums, Queens, New York City
U Condominiums, Toronto
Thousand Bay Condominiums, Toronto
ICE Condominiums, Toronto
155 and 150 Redpath Condominiums, Toronto
Art Shoppe Lofts and Condominiums, Toronto


work Experience

Cumulus Architects                                                       2017–Present

Intern Architect
Quadrangle Architects                                                  2014–2016

Intern Architect
architectsAlliance                                                         2012–2014