Mauro is a licensed architect in Canada and Mexico and a LEED accredited professional with a strong interest in sustainable architecture, building materials and construction.

He has extensive experience in all stages of design, construction documents, management, coordination and contract administration for multiple building typologies and scales, including residential, academic and institutional. He has a deep understanding of how design impacts the natural environment and acted as a consultant to the City of Toronto on developing bird-friendly guidelines and policies. He also shares his expertise through teaching and has a long history of engaging with the academic community, currently as a Guest Lecturer at Ryerson University and with past experience as a professor at the Universidad Iberoamericana and as a seasonal lecturer at the University of Toronto’s John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design. Mauro is a leader in the Studio and advocates for technical excellence as a member of the firm’s Green Team and Revit Standards Committee.

photo of Stephanie Siu Chong
three towers overlooking a park

A bustling King Street at dusk showing the podium of 357 King with its glazed box base framed in black, and the glazed indoor/outdoor amenity between the podium and condo tower. two angled white columns on the amenity terrace support the upper tower.