Tania Bortolotto
Founder and President

Tania Bortolotto

T 416 324 9951 ext. 21
E tania@bortolotto.com
Tania Bortolotto is the founder and president of the Toronto based design firm, Bortolotto Design. Tania is an architect and interior designer and a Fellow of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada. Tania currently serves as a director of the public company, Inscape Corp. and was an inaugural member of Waterfront Toronto’s Design Review Panel. Tania believes that architecture has an enormous impact on society’s quality of life and her passion for design is grounded in its ability to enhance happiness, health and productivity. Tania is a WELL AP and a WELL Faculty member.

Under Tania’s leadership, Bortolotto has steadily grown and has been recognized nationally and internationally, receiving numerous design distinctions and awards. Her Toronto firm has enjoyed a string of accomplishments recently, most notably plans to re-imagine the Rosalie Sharp Pavilion at OCAD University. The firm was also recently named by Blog TO as one of the “Top 15 architects in Toronto.” A design advocate, Tania lends her time to numerous design and academic committees, panels, juries and speaking engagements. Tania was the recipient of Ryerson’s Alumni Achievement Award, a distinction given to graduates who have made a significant contribution to their profession, community and country.



Bachelor of Architecture, University of Toronto

Bachelor of Technology in Architectural Science, Ryerson University


Professional qualifications + memberships

Architect, Ontario Association of Architects (OAA)

Interior Designer, Association of Registered Interior Designers of Ontario (ARIDO)

Accredited Professional, Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED AP)

Accredited Professional, International WELL Building Institute (WELL AP)

Faculty, International WELL Building Institute

Fellow, Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (FRAIC)

Member, Toronto Society of Architects (TSA)
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