Rachel Cohen-Murison
BAS, MArch

416 203 7600 x 233

Rachel is an architect-in-training working towards licensure. Having obtained her undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of Waterloo, she pursued thesis research on political conflict and environmental degradation along Nahal Kidron/Wadi an-Nar, a stream that runs between Jerusalem and the Dead Sea. Her thesis proposed architecture and landscape interventions within this region at a local scale. She has worked in firms in Toronto and abroad on a variety of projects including Laurier University’s Lazaridis Hall, various mid- and high-rise Toronto condominiums, and a competition for a mixed-use tower in the 13th arrondissement of Paris. Rachel brings her knowledge of residential, mixed-use, and institutional work to LGA, where she’s focusing on single-family residential projects and car dealerships, while also developing BIM standards for the office. In her spare time, she pursues furniture making and piano.