With broad experience in healthcare, seniors’ residences and retail, Isabelle focuses on residential and commercial projects, as well as places of worship.
She draws on her expertise in both architecture and engineering, along with a passion for design that was originally inspired by the beauty of her native Gdansk, Poland – and by growing up in a family that includes many architects and artists. Isabelle’s work at Quadrangle includes design development, documentation and construction administration for residential projects across Toronto, including West Harbour City, a multi-phase community near historic Fort York; Sixty Loft, a mid-rise condominium and mews building; Churchill Park Condominiums; The High Park; Jade Waterfront Condominiums, a 41-storey boutique building in the Humber Bay Shores neighbourhood; and Harbour Flats and Boardwalk Condominium in Innisfil. Other notable projects include Congregation Darchei Noam and Beth Tzedec synagogues, and The Palisades Club retirement residence in the Glebe district of Ottawa. Isabelle overviews the firm’s technical and drawings standards. She is also committed to helping newcomers to the profession: she is a mentor for OAA interns and also sits on the OAA Experience Requirements Committee helping to review the experience of applicants against the criteria set out by the Association.