Adrienne Huang is an Associate and an Architect at Brook McIlroy with significant experience in the design of public and institutional spaces. Adrienne’s international involvement in work throughout Canada, Europe, Africa, and the Middle East has introduced her to a full spectrum of healthcare, institutional, commercial, and mixed-use projects at all scales. With a consistent focus on design solutions for public use, she has been a key player in prominent projects such as the Thunder Bay Art Gallery, the University of Winnipeg Library Renewal, the Indigenous Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, and the Legacy Space at the new CIBC headquarters. Most notably, she oversaw the construction administration of Toronto’s award-winning first mass timber building at 720 Yonge.
Adrienne’s experience in building information modelling enables her to effectively and efficiently take design projects from conceptual design through to construction. Much of her portfolio involves both new construction with renovations and additions, developing design solutions that feature new and old elements together in functional and complementary ways. She holds an Honours Bachelor of Architectural Studies and Master of Architecture from the University of Waterloo.