Biography Catherine Nasmith Architect is a sole proprietorship specializing in heritage rehabilitation, planning, advocacy and research. She also enjoys working with clients on private residences and other small scale projects. Catherine works from offices in Toronto and Muskoka. Catherine has spent her career at the forefront of Canadian urbanism, with a particular interest in traditional urban form. Completed projects include the Alton Mill for Seaton Group, an adaptive re-use of a derelict stone mill for arts purposes. She has completed Heritage Conservation District Studies and Plans for Harbord Village Phase I and II, Riverdale Phase I, Madison Avenue and Fort York. She is frequently invited to speak on heritage topics to a wide range of professional and non-professional audiences. She is an OAA Order of DaVinci member, a Jane Jacobs Prize winner and has been twice honoured with a Queen's Jubillee medal for her volunteer work in the heritage field.
Academic Credentials BArch. OAA CAHP
Chapter Ontario and Nunavut