3rdLine Studio is pleased to announce the appointment of Angele Dmytruk (St. Louis), BArch Sci, MArch, OAA, as the newest partner to our firm.
Angele has been with our firm since 2015. Born and raised in Sudbury, Angele completed her Bachelor of Architectural Science at Ryerson University in 2006 and Masters of Architecture at Lawrence Technological University in Southfield, Michigan in 2011. After graduating, Angele worked in the greater Detroit area until returning to her home town of Sudbury to join our practice. Angele is a proud French Canadian with aspirations of contributing to francophone communities in the North.
Angele's focus has been on providing design leadership for renovation and master planning projects. She is working with institutional and private sector corporate clients on a variety of project types and scales. She enjoys developing meaningful spaces for her clients.
She is currently an active member with the Business and Professional Women's Club of Greater Sudbury and is a part time professor at College Boreal.
3rdline studio is a mid-sized architectural practice based in Sudbury, Ontario. Established in 1984, the office has been in practice for over 30 years. Today the studio has 4 partners; Mike Ladyk, Tim James, Sergio Cacciotti and Angele Dmytruk and a staff of 13 that brings together a diverse team of Architects, Intern Architects, Technologists, Professional Quantity Surveyors, Professional Project Managers and Contract Administrators. Offering a full range of architectural services our built portfolio includes residential, commercial, institutional and industrial work across Northern Ontario and beyond. In its 30 years of practice, 3rdline.Studio has built its reputation upon leading, designing, and delivering creative architectural solutions that respect both function and finance.
The design and development of a broad vision for a project that respond to issues of contect; urban planning, landforms. Services, transportation networks, social, environmental, spatial needs and schedule for development and project costs. The master plan is a guide for the long range of development of the project.
Feasibility studies use a variety of strategies; programming, master planning building condition audits, cost analysis, etc., to verify that a project is viable.
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