Matthew Wilson brings more than 20 years of experience on a range of corporate, academic, and cultural projects. For every project, Matthew brings an approach to architecture that first begins with listening. Attentive, patient, and inclusive he immerses himself in all aspects of a project to meticulously advance and maintain the design vision as a project moves toward completion. He has completed projects for Queen’s University, National Ballet of Canada, Trinity College, and Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre. He was project architect for the Art Gallery of Hamilton Renewal and the TIFF Bell Lightbox, and was the associate-in-charge for the Remai Modern, an art museum in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, the latter was bestowed with a 2020 Governor General’s Medal in Architecture.
Matthew has acted as the senior associate on two recently completed projects: the Massey Hall Renovation and Expansion in Toronto and the Harrison McCain Pavilion, an expansion for the Beaverbrook Art Gallery in Fredericton. Currently, he is working on the transformation and expansion of Contemporary Calgary that will see a new entrance pavilion and gallery space.