Ada always looks at the bigger picture before she starts designing. She studied geography, economics and urban studies prior to living across the pond and graduating with her Masters of Landscape Urbanism from the Architectural Association School of Architecture in London. This gave her a theoretical perspective on sociology and history at an urban scale, and those principles continue to show up in how she approaches design today.
In 2017, Ada worked on the park masterplan for the Canada Science and Technology Museum and won the Urban Design Award in the masterplan category. During her downtime, Ada experiments with new recipes at home—perfecting the fermentation process is her newest love.