VELUX Architect Virtual Learning Hub
We are committed to working with Architects, Engineers, Specifiers and building consultants to deliver innovative daylight solutions for the spaces that shape our lives; creating healthier and more resilient cities, communities and homes. Learn more about daylighting principles and best practices, residential and commercial products lines or schedule a meeting with a member of our Architectural Project Team. With the help of our Project Team you can spend less time specifying and more time designing.
Enjoy these resources to help inspire you as you continue to shape and design our future buildings.
Meet The Architectural Project Team:
Architectural Project Coordinator
Monica Bulos graduated from Carleton University’s Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism in 2018 and gained experience working in the IBI Group Architects’ head office in Toronto during her summer terms. Now as the Architectural Project Coordinator at VELUX Canada, she has established a great appreciation for the role of daylight and fresh air in good design. Monica has been working alongside architects on commercial projects that include institutional, civic/cultural, retail and office buildings as well as smaller residential and renovation projects. Currently, she is working on gathering and developing research to educate the architecture community about daylighting design.
Russell Ibbotson is a professional engineer with 18 years of experience representing manufacturers in the residential and commercial building sectors. Russell spent the first half of his professional career in renewable energy before transitioning into windows. Russell is now the Technical Manager at VELUX Canada where his team is responsible for commercial business development, building code compliance, product performance, project support and after-sales support. Russell has also made volunteering with industry associations a part of his job description including CSC, IIBEC (RCI), and the CHBA. He is a recognized leader in healthy and sustainable buildings.