Eveline Lam
BAS, MArch

416 203 7600 x 232
eveline@lga-ap.com

Eveline Lam joined LGA’s team in 2017, after completing her architectural studies at the University of Waterloo School of Architecture and working on a wide range of cultural and residential projects with renowned firms in Europe, the United States, and Asia. These include experimental commercial interiors with Ciguë in Paris, large-scale condominiums with the New York City office of Arquitectonica, and cultural centres with Kengo Kuma & Associates. Her current work at LGA includes intensive renovations to two libraries: the Engineering and Computer Science Library at the University of Toronto and Toronto Public Library’s Albert Campbell Branch. Eveline is also working on several child care projects, ranging from additions to new construction, for the Toronto Catholic District School Board and the YMCA. Detail-oriented and involved in physical material research, she brings a wide range of experience and an in-depth understanding of materiality to her role at LGA.