Mark Baechler

Mark Baechler

Assistant Professor

School of Architecture
Science, Engineering and Architecture
TE-214 Sudbury Campus


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


Architectural Drawing

Abrahamic Architecture (Converted Synagogues, Churches and Mosques)

Installation Art

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)