Biography Francine Antoniou, OAA, CAHP, LEED AP, is a senior project architect specializing in the conservation of historic buildings. Some of her projects include the Leslie Log House renovation in Mississauga, repair of Chappell House also in Mississauga, Ancaster Old Town Hall restoration, Chedoke House (Hamilton) adaptive reuse study, Lambton House restoration in Toronto, Mather Walls House restoration in Kenora, Montgomery’s Inn restoration and renovation also in Toronto. In Guelph she was the project architect for the Guelph Drill Hall stabilization and the Guelph Farmer’s Market roof replacement and both of these projects included building envelope investigations and adaptive reuse studies. In addition, Francine assists in the preparation of numerous reports on Building Conditions and Heritage Impact Assessments.

Academic Credentials Heritage Architect

Expertise , buildings


Chapter Ontario and Nunavut


City Toronto

ProvTerr Ontario