Erik Skouris

Erik Skouris

Toronto, ON, CA



I am a Métis Canadian and an Intern Architect. I am interested in Healthcare Design and believe that Aboriginals have an important contribution to make with respect to how we engage the natural world through art, architecture, planning, and design. 



KPMB Architects, Toronto, ON, CA, Intern Architect

Assist in all aspects of design, production drawings, and contract administration. I help lead projects and teams, coaching and mentoring junior staff. I am currently working on the East Harbour project.

Apr 2019 - current

University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, CA, Graduate Teaching Assistant

Facilitated classes, conducted tutorials, marked assignments & performed administrative work:
ARC2014Y: Comprehensive Building Studio
ARC381Y1: Technology Studio IV
ARC355H1: History of Urbanism
ARC354H1: History of Housing

Sep 2017 - Apr 2019

KPMB Architects, Toronto, ON, CA, Student Architect

Assisted with design competitions, schematic design, design development and urban design submissions. Apart of two major projects including the Boston University Data Sciences Center and the winning design competition entry for the CAMH Brain Research Facility in Toronto.

Apr 2018 - Dec 2018

Dialog, Toronto, ON, CA, Student Architect

Assisted with presentations for clients, digital modelling using BIM platforms, and maintaining project files. Compiled documents for RFPs including project schedules, resumes, and marketing information regarding the firm’s service offerings. Apart of a Stage 1 Proposal for Hamilton Health Sciences for the renewal of the Juravinski Hospital & Cancer Centre, St. Peter’s Hospital, West Lincoln Memorial Hospital, Hamilton General Hospital, and the Children's & Women's Hospital.

Jan 2016 - Dec 2017


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

Sep 2015 - May 2019

University of Western Ontario, London, ON, CA, Bachelors, Fine Arts

Sep 2011 - May 2015


Craig Henshaw Visual Arts Philanthropy Award, Award

Awarded annually to one full-time undergraduate student enrolled in the second, third or fourth year of any Visual Arts program (with a minimum 70% average), who exhibits the qualities of leadership, community spirit and citizenship through extra-curricular activities; who exhibits a generosity of spirit; and who is generally regarded as contributing positively to the experience of fellow students, staff and faculty in the Department of Visual Arts.


Mackie Cryderman Award for Excellence in Visual Arts, Award

Awarded annually to students enrolled in Year 2, 3 or 4 in a Bachelor of Fine Arts program in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, who demonstrate creative excellence and potential in Visual Arts.


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