Beth Kapusta
Canadian writer and architecture critic

Beth Kapusta is a Canadian writer and architecture critic. Her work as an architectural journalist includes over 100 newspaper and magazine articles, and interviews with top international architects. She has been involved in numerous projects and competitions that reflect her passion for the urban and cultural landscape of her hometown Toronto, including June Callwood Park, HTO Park, and Sugar Beach. She has taught urban design at the University of Waterloo School of Architecture, where she received her Bachelor of Architecture in 1991. Her interest in participatory activism and system change has also involved her as a key activist shaping and advancing cancer control in Canada. In daily existence, Beth practices a life that is connected as much possible to first principles, and attempts to apply this philosophy of simplicity to the stewardship of a 12-year-old daughter and a six-year-old urban garden.