Principal & Chief Architect
Monica Baillie, founder of Landmark Architecture, has more than 25 years of architectural design and planning experience. Monica earned her architecture degree from the University of British Columbia in 1986 after graduating from Simon Fraser University in 1981. She interned with Vancouver firms such as Arthur Erickson Architect and James K.M. Cheng Architect, and worked for many years with Larry McFarland Architect. A registered architect since 1991, Ms. Baillie is also a member of the Architectural Institute of America (AIA) and is licensed to practice in Washington State. She served as chair for the Architectural Institute of British Columbia’s contracts committee and has been a member of the AIBC’S Practice Board, where she provided input into national industry construction contract standards. She has also served as past chair and member of multiple committees of the Construction Specifications Canada (CSC) Vancouver Chapter.
Ms. Baillie has gained a reputation for effective project management and building stakeholder consensus. Specializing in functional programming, architectural design, and technical specifications, Ms. Baillie is talented at enhancing project quality while maintaining budgets and schedules.