Thomas Petch is a
Tom is passionate about creating public buildings and spaces that are practical, inspiring environments for learning and play. He believes design has an important role in integrating environmental and social sustainability.
He’s our studio lead on contract
administration for projects under construction and has been a project lead for
many municipal and education works, including projects for the City of
Hamilton, Toronto District School Board, McMaster University and Toronto Community Housing.
As well, Tom collaborated on our winning
designs for the Red Blanket warming hut and the Catherine temporary urban
design proposal to mitigate the effect of roadwork on Montreal’s Sainte-Catherine
Tom joined WORKSHOP in 2013, he had previously worked at Haverstock Associates, an award-winning UK architecture firm that specializes in education buildings.
He received his Masters of Architecture from the Manchester School of Architecture in 2011.
RED BLANKET WARMING HUT
PHOTO CREDIT: Ken Gigliotti/
Winnipeg Free Press