Kiana Keyvani

Kiana Keyvani

Toronto, ON, CA



I have recently completed my Master of Architecture program at the University of Toronto's Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design. Over the years during both my undergraduate and graduate education I have gained valuable knowledge and skills in architectural theory and design. This knowledge includes sustainable technology, structural and building envelope detailing, and various modes of design representation such as orthographic drawings, physical and digital models, and computer renderings.

I am interested in architecture's practical application and interaction with communities and individual occupants. More specifically, I aspire to work on projects such as health care facilities, community centers, housing, and shelters. Throughout my education and various work experience I have been able to adapt quickly to each environment as I am organized and always eager to learn new skills.

If you would like to see samples of my work please visit my website: If you have any questions about my projects or would like to discuss potential internship opportunities please e-mail me at



Toronto District School Board - Strategic Building & Renewal Construction & Project Management, Toronto, ON, CA, Drafting Specialist

• Completed site visits and measurements of existing Toronto District Schools
• Updated AutoCAD floor and site plans of Toronto District Schools

Apr 2012 - Aug 2012

University of Toronto - Professor Alissa North, Toronto, ON, CA, Publications Research Assistant

• Researched and organized a timeline of the development of Downsview Park
• Provided murals of digital forests such as Northern Savanna for an exhibition
• Produced analytical axonometric diagram of Whitehill Bordon for publication

Sep 2010 - Apr 2012

Aleph-Bau, Toronto, ON, CA, Architecture Student Intern

• Generated furniture drawing sets for Vassi Men's Clothing Store
• Prepared design schemes and models for bedroom renovation
• Created design proposals for various competitions including, Europan 2011, Sukkahville 2011, and Migrating Landscapes 2012 Venice Biennale

Apr 2011 - Jan 2012

DataScan Field Services, Mississauga, ON, CA, Client Services Representative

• Demonstrated strong interpersonal skills by answering customer inquiries
• Easily adapted and learned tasks associated with various desk positions such as invoicing, call centre, and reception

Jun 2006 - Sep 2010

University of Toronto - Sustainability Office, Toronto, ON, CA, Technology Researcher

• Gathered information on energy reducing programs and technologies for laboratories, office and apartment buildings
• Developed a manual for public distribution, communicating the information on current illumination control systems

Jul 2008 - Mar 2009


University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, CA, MArch, Architecture

Selection of Course:

Comprehensive Design Studio (ARC 2014)
Walk-Up Housing Design Studio (ARC 3015)
Professional Practice (ARC 3052)
Structures I and II (ARC 2044 and ARC 2046)
Building Science: Acoustics, OBC, and Lighting (ARC 2043 and ARC 2045)
City Is In the Details (History) (ARC 3035)
Sustainable Architecture (ARC 3042)
Architecture Thesis (ARC 4018)

Sep 2009 - Dec 2012

University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, CA, BArch, Architecture Design and Anthropology

Selection of Course:

Representational Studio I and II (ARC 221 and ARC 321)
Design Studio I, II, and III (ARC 213, ARC 313, ARC 314)
Metropolis: Global Cities (ANT 347)

Sep 2005 - Jun 2009


Migrating Landscapes 2012 Venice Biennale Semi-Finalist, Nomination


Kehilla's Sukkahville 2011 Competition Semi-Finalist, Nomination


Hattie Aileen Sommerville Scholarship, Award


Ontario Scholar, Scholarship


Citizenship Award, Scholarship


Areas of Specialization 


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