Natalia Bakaeva | BArch, MArch, OAA
Post-Graduate Certificate in Construction Management (Hon.), Centennial College, 2015
Master of Architecture and Urbanism (Merit), London Metropolitan University & Moscow Architecture School, 2014
Bachelor of Architecture (Hons), Far Eastern Federal University, Vladivostok, Russia, 2012
Ontario Association of Architects
“If archaeology is peeling back the layers of the past to understand our history, then architecture is adding the layers for future generations to discover and understand who we were as a society.”
With an international education and upbringing in Russia, Natalia brings a fresh perspective to her work at BNKC. Her role as an Architect involves leading the design process and developing design principles, researching the best approach and materials, and presenting aesthetic design solutions for projects to the team. Before pursuing a career in architecture, Natalia was interested in the field of archaeology because of her interest in history. Her fascination with archeology evolved into a passion for architecture as she came to understand that if archaeology is peeling back the layers of the past to understand history, architecture is adding layers of context for future generations to discover and understand our society.