Join us on January 25th at Inform Interiors for an evening of conversation with Susan Scott of Scott & Scott Architects.
Susan received her Masters of Architecture degree from Dalhousie University in 2000 and after working in Montreal and London returned to her hometown of Vancouver. Following four years at James Cheng Architects Susan joined mgb Architecture + Design and worked as a project architect and associate for seven years. While at mgb she was involved with a wide range of projects including Vnukovo International Airport in Moscow, Canadian Rockies International Airport in Cranbrook, CNC Trades Buildings in Prince George and Quesnel, Ronald McDonald House Vancouver, the Wing Sang Gallery in Vancouver’s Chinatown and local infill and townhouse projects.
In 2012 Susan and her husband David Scott established the architecture studio of Scott & Scott Architects within their family home in Vancouver. In 2016 they were both awarded The Royal Architectural Institute of Canada Young Architect Award. They received prestigious Architectural League Emerging Voices Award in 2017.
Susan has lectured at Dalhousie University, Doors Open Toronto, UBC and participated in the Architectural League of New York Emerging Voices lecture series. She is also an active intern mentor with the Architectural Institute of British Columbia.