Evan Pavka

Evan Pavka

Academic Interests

History and theory of architecture and interiors.


Evan Pavka is a writer and editor whose work explores the intersections of power, memory, gender, sexuality and the built environment.

He previously held editorial positions at Azure magazine, Inuit Art Quarterly and Canadian Art and has presented creative and scholarly work at the Art Gallery of Ontario, Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art and the KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm. In addition, his writings have appeared in Article, ArchDaily, ANInterior, Lunch, On Site Review, Pidgin, -SITE, The Architect's Newspaper, the special issue of Field Journal “Becoming a Feminist Architect” and the book Digital Fabrication in Interior Design: Body, Object, Enclosure, among others.

Degrees and Certifications

  • Master of Architecture from McGill University
  • Bachelor of Interior Design from X University

Courses Taught

  • AIA 1610: Architectural Drafting and Perspective Drawing
  • AIA 4620: Interior Perspective and Illustration
  • AIA 41610: Interior Design Studio