Heather Rolleston

Heather serves as design lead for the studio’s most innovative mixed-use and open space projects. Many of these involve urbanistically complex and historically significant sites, including the expansion of the Canadian Chancery in The Hague, the Netherlands; St. James Cathedral Centre; the Block 24 South affordable housing complex at Regent Park; and the George Brown College Student Residence, located on the grounds of the 2015 Pan/Parapan American Games Athletes’ Village. Heather also led the design team for aA’s contribution to the “Too Tall?” exhibition at the Harbourfront Centre, as well as the design competition teams for the Canadian Fallen Firefighters Memorial, and the Gardiner-Lake Shore Reconfiguration Urban Design Study.

Heather serves as a Guest Critic at the University of Waterloo School of Architecture, and the University of Toronto Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Design, from which she graduated in 1994.