Stephanie grew up between Montreal and the USA. Over her 20 years of practice, she has developed deep experience across a broad range of typologies and cultures throughout Asia, Canada, and the USA. Multicultural at heart, she’s inspired by diversity and at ease working within different social contexts. She channels her global multi-sector perspective to bring a fresh perspective to every project she works on. Believing that collaboration is at the heart of every successful design process, Stephanie works closely with clients and her teams to co-create future-forward solutions, mining for architectural design that expresses the voice of its inhabitants and the specificity of its context.

Design can elevate our daily experiences through details that speak to a larger vision that reflects the needs and desires of the people we’re building for.

After completing her education at Cornell, Stephanie’s career began in New York City. There she was involved in the design of numerous institutional and cultural projects requiring extensive collaboration with user groups to deliver high-calibre, tailored, and design-forward solutions. Her drive for adventure drew her to the rapidly developing region of Southeast Asia. She lived in Kuala Lumpur for 15 years where she founded an award-winning firm and developed a portfolio of bespoke and multi-unit residential projects. She also designed the Belanda House, which was featured as a film location in the movie, “Crazy Rich Asians”. Stephanie joined B+H in 2017 and has been involved with a diverse range of projects and proposals in North America, including prominent mixed-use and residential communities across Canada. Her passion for design, exploring new ideas, and attention to detail are intrinsic to our success.