Celia Toche

Lecturer

Celia Toche is a Senior Associate at Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects. She’s currently the design team leader for Mitikah Tower in Mexico. She recently completed the construction of the Stonybrook University MART Building & Children’s Hospital and the FMC Tower in Philadelphia. Her work for PCPA includes the Arsht Center for the Performing Arts, Katherine Drexel Chapel for Xavier University, and many of the firm’s masterplan work.

Toche has lectured at Instituto Tecnológico de Monterrey in México City, Santa Fe, and Querétaro campuses. She’s a visiting lecturer at the Universidad Católica de Bogota School of Architecture. Recently she delivered the key note address at MIND - Mexico Innovation and Design.

She’s a LEED Accredited Professional and a member of the Society of College and University Planners.

Volunteering in the community is important to Celia. She serves on the Boards of two non-profits and in the Vestry of Trinity Episcopal Church.

Courses

2022b
Spring 2019
Systems Integration and Development in Design
Martin Finio, Victoria Arbitrio, Anibal Bellomio, Alastair Elliott, Erleen Hatfield, Robert Haughney, Kristin Hawkins, Larry Jones, Jennifer Lan, Gina Narracci, Kari Nystrom, Laura Pirie, Victoria Ponce de Leon, Craig Razza, Pierce Reynoldson, Edward Stanley, Philip Steiner, Celia Toche, Adam Trojanowski, John D. Jacobson
2022b
Spring 2018
Systems Integration and Development in Design
Martin Finio, Erleen Hatfield, Craig Razza, Anibal Bellomio, Alastair Elliott, Kari Nystrom, Robert Haughney, Jennifer Lan, Laura Pirie, Larry Jones, Victoria Ponce de Leon, John D. Jacobson, Celia Toche, Adam Trojanowski, Kristin Hawkins, Edward Stanley, Philip Steiner
2022b
Spring 2017
Systems Integration and Development in Design
Martin Finio, Kristin Hawkins, Edward Stanley, Philip Steiner, John D. Jacobson, Celia Toche, Adam Trojanowski, Anibal Bellomio, Alastair Elliott, Craig Razza, Robert Haughney, Jennifer Lan, Laura Pirie, Larry Jones, Victoria Ponce de Leon, Kevin Schorn, Erleen Hatfield, Kari Nystrom