Michelle is a highly skilled architect with over 25 years of experience designing buildings, leading teams, and seeing projects through to construction completion.

Michelle has worked on many of our studio’s most cutting-edge projects, a snapshot of which includes new approaches to mass timber as seen in 80 Atlantic, sensitive mid-rises like DUKE, and the complex and intricate building additions of 130 Bloor Street West and 99 Gerrard.

Michelle is a passionate environmentalist and her dedication to sustainability informs every aspect of her work including setting and implementing the firmwide sustainability strategy. Michelle established and leads our in-house Green Team which works directly with project teams to set and monitor project-specific sustainability goals aligned with client corporate ambitions. She stays abreast of rapidly evolving requirements through wide-ranging industry connections, education and advocacy.

As BDP Quadrangle’s Director of Innovation, Michelle harnesses expertise from across the practice and the industry to collaboratively test ideas that respond to the pressing global issues of our time, helping our business adapt to changes in the marketplace and increase value to clients. Her passion for architecture, sustainability and her innate drive to do the right thing is evidenced by the quality of work that she produces and the respect she has garnered throughout the industry.

photo of Michelle Xuereb
Façade at 130 Bloor Condomimium
glazed facade of 80 Atlantic at dusk showing mass timber interior