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Ayesha Moghal

"MJMA is a practice that shares my values, offering innovative and dynamic solutions that allow communities to flourish. It has been extremely rewarding to contribute to these solutions thus far, and I look forward to new challenges ahead."

Ayesha graduated in 2012 with Masters of Architecture from the University of Toronto—a degree augmented by studies in Architectural Technology at Sheridan College, and before that, an Honours Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Art History from the University of Toronto. In 2010, a first-place win in a Goethe-Institut ideas competition led to a year at Sauerbruch Hutton in Berlin, working on projects ranging from a mixed-use sustainable housing development to Low2No, a timber office tower in Helsinki; this was followed by a year focused on schematic design at Toronto’s Montgomery Sisam. This same experience comes to bear on Ayesha’s time as visiting critic for option studio and thesis students at Toronto’s Daniels Faculty of Architecture and Ryerson’s School of Interior Design. At MJMA, Ayesha applies her critical thinking, problem-solving, and technical skills at every phase of a project, facilitating cross-disciplinary collaboration during the fulfillment of complex building projects.