| Born 1958, Ontario
Margaret Ishii is a Toronto-based architect and university lecturer in interior design. She holds degrees in Environmental Studies and Architecture from the University of Waterloo, and has over thirty years’ experience as an architect, working on projects such as the redevelopment of the Pearson Airport’s Terminals One and Two, Fredericton Medical Centre, and a number of corporate projects. She has also worked as a tutor, instructor, and course designer for design studios at the University of Toronto, University of Waterloo, and the school of interior design at Ryerson University.
She established her own firm, Margaret Ishii, architect, in 2009.