OUR PARTNERS

GREGORY PATTISON

GREGORY PATTISON

PARTNER, MANAGING DIRECTOR – ARCHITECT, ARCH. TECH., B.ARCH. OAA MRAIC. gpattison@unionarchitecture.ca - 416.735.6651

Greg received his professional Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch.) degree with distinction from the Carleton University School of Architecture and is a licensed Architect with the Ontario Association of Architects (OAA) and a member of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC).
As a Founding Partner, Managing Director of UNION architecture, Greg has provided leadership and exceptional client service on numerous custom residential, mixed-use high rise, institutional and recreational projects as well as international and national design competitions.

His belief is to understand the client’s needs and project goals in order to create thoughtful positive architectural spaces formed early in his career. He has contributed key roles in notable architectural firms in Toronto where he was involved on significant projects such as; Water’s Edge Residence and One Bloor Street East Condominium Tower

SANAM ALAMDARI

SANAM ALAMDARI

PARTNER, DIRECTOR OF DESIGN – B.ARCH.S. salamdari@unionarchitecture.ca - 647.866.6471

Born in Iran, Sanam received her Bachelor of Architecture Studies (B.Arch.S.) degree with distinction from the Carleton University School of Architecture.

As a Founding Partner, Director of Design of UNION architecture and a member of the Canadian Society of Iranian Engineers & Architects (CSIEA), Sanam has worked on a number of LEED Gold mixed-use high rise towers, institutional, residential and recreational projects. She was involved on notable projects such as; the renovation to the OLG Woodbine race track in Toronto, On., CSEC Long- term Accommodation Project (LEED Gold) in Ottawa, On., Lakeshore Residence, North York Residence, Don Mills Residence and the Garnier Residence.

Sanam’s approach begins by understanding the client’s needs and aspirations which set the parameters to create innovative and efficient design solutions that promote human interaction with architectural form through building materiality, light and shadow.