Sudhir Suri

Senior Architect and partner, MOAQ, LEED AP, NCARB

Born in London in 1964, a graduate from the University of Waterloo, Sudhir joined L’OEUF’s team in 2004 in order to benefit from the opportunity to concentrate his expertise on integrated and sustainable environmental design practises at multiple scales. Sudhir brings to his work an mixture of uncommon experiences. Having knowledge in physics, mathematics and philosophy, studies in environmental systems and a work experience in 9 different offices in Europe and North America (since 1993), he continuously combines his vast experience with his practice. Sudhir committed to the improvement of sustainable architectural, landscape and urban systems design. He also keeps a sharp interest for construction innovations, technological materials and early construction techniques in Quebec. His first projects of broad architectural and urban scale include hospitals, hotels, and other notable projects such as the Schulic School of Music and the Perimeter Institute (winner of the Governor General’s medal for excellence in architecture) with Saucier + Perotte, as well as the Canada Aviation Museum and the masterplan for Airport Grounds with Arcop Group. With L’OEUF, Sudhir carried out the design and coordination of the Green Energy Benny Farm project, an urban, landscape and architectural project of construction and renovation of 187 housing units in Montreal, which won the prestigious Holcim Foundation Gold Award as most sustainable project in North America in 2006, as well as the Holcim Foundation Bronze Award for the 3rd most sustainable project in the world this same year. Sudhir teaches sustainable architecture and urban design at Université de Montréal and is innovative in the process of the design of complex systems. Sudhir is an accredited LEED professional since 2003 and regularly does consultations for LEED projects of all scales. To be up to date with material innovations, he continues to design on a smaller scale, including furniture, carpentry and residential architecture.