Mark Baechler is an assistant professor at the School of Architecture where he teaches graduate and undergraduate architectural design studio and architectural theory courses. He holds a Bachelor of Architectural Studies and a Master of Architecture professional degree from Carleton University in Ottawa. From 1999-2013, he practiced architecture with the Toronto firm Teeple Architects Inc. Mark is a Registered Architect with the Ontario Association of Architects (OAA).
- Master of Architecture, Carleton University
- Bachelor of Architectural Studies, Carleton University
On The Web
Abrahamic Architecture (Converted Synagogues, Churches and Mosques)
Wood Furniture and Architecture
Selected Architectural Drawings
Abrahamic Architecture Drawing Series (2013-2018)
Selected Publications and Peer Reviewed Conference Papers
Baechler, M. “Drawing the house of Abraham” Drawing: Research, Theory, Practice, Volume 2, No.1 (2017): 143-155
Baechler, M. 2016. “Drawing Abrahamic Architecture.” In proceedings of Design Communication Association Biennial Conference: Communicating Speculative and Creative Thinking, Bozeman, Montana, 2016, 169-175. Bozeman: Design Communication Association
Baechler, M. 2016. “Abrahamic Mythological Universe.” In proceedings of ACS 8 Architecture, Culture and Spirituality Symposium. New Harmony, Indiana. June 2016.
Baechler, M. & Gaber, T. “The Voice of Abraham’s House.” Faith and Form: The Interfaith Journal on Religion, Art and Architecture. Vol.XLIX, No.3 (2016): 8-10.
Baechler, M. 2014. “Abrahamic Architecture.” In proceedings of ACS 6 Architecture, Culture and Spirituality Symposium. University of Toronto, Trinity College, Toronto, ON. June 2014.
Selected Built Works
Philip J. Currie Dinosaur Museum, Wembley, Alberta - Teeple Architects (2015)
Sherbourne Common Pavilion, Toronto, Ontario - Teeple Architects (2012)
Sisters of St. Joseph Convent, Peterborough, Ontario - Teeple Architects (2009)
Trent University Chemical Sciences Building, Peterborough, Ontario - Teeple Architects (2004)
Eatonville Public Library, Toronto, Ontario - Teeple Architects (2001)