Graeme Kondruss, Manager of Academic Space Planning & Design, George Brown College.
Graeme Kondruss is a designer and project strategist who uses his wide array of experiences in architecture, planning, project management and interdisciplinary design strategy to focus much of his educational and professional career on the study of space and its impact on social behaviour.
Graeme attended the Institute without Boundaries (2010-2011) and upon graduating, worked as a Design Associate (2011-2015) on projects that utilized collaborative and multidisciplinary design practices to find innovative solutions to social, ecological and economic challenges. Using his experience in design strategy methodologies Graeme has helped to design and facilitate dozens of charrettes for public and private sector organizations in Italy, Ireland, Chile, the United States and Canada.
Most recently, Graeme has joined George Brown College in Toronto, Canada as the Manager of Academic Space Planning & Design. Graeme provides support to the organization in ongoing consultation with academic stakeholders, external consultants and government agencies to understand space planning requirements and set priorities for the development of institutional assets.
Graeme has a diploma in Architectural Technology and a post-graduate in Integrated Design Strategy from the Institute without Boundaries.