KPMB Architects

Established in 1987, KPMB is an internationally recognized architectural practice based in Canada. Their wide-ranging work has earned over 400 respected awards, including 16 Governor General’s Medals, Canada’s highest honour.

As a full-service practice, they provide expertise in building design, interior design, master planning, workplace strategy, project management, stakeholder engagement and sustainable design. KPMB has designed and delivered projects totalling more than 31 million square feet in a broad range of sectors, including education, healthcare, scientific research, arts and culture, government, corporate, hospitality, recreation and mixed-use development.

Guided by their vision and anchored by our values, they’re committed to shaping a more equitable and sustainable future through architecture and design.

Recent projects

300 Bloor West

Bloor Street United Church, located at the intersection of Bloor West and Huron streets, involves a major interior and exterior renovation, as well as the redesign of 20,000 s.f. of community and support spaces. This mixed-use project aims to add approximately 40,000 s.f. of leasable space to support the ongoing mission of the Church. It also provides retail, 254 market residential units, and six levels of parking below grade.

Park Hyatt, Toronto

The original Park Plaza was more than a hotel. Located across from the University of Toronto and just north from Queen’s Park, the hotel has been a beloved destination and centre for Canadian literature, opera singers, and politicians for over a century. The rooftop bar has been immortalized by generations of iconic Canadian authors from Mordecai Richler to Margaret Atwood.

11 Wellesley Condos

Set in a lush green city park in downtown Toronto, the 11 Wellesley tower creates a counterpoint to the boxy condominiums permeating the Toronto condominium market.

The 60-storey tower contains 700 units and is located above a five-storey, multi-level, mixed-use podium. The podium is animated with a range of uses for retail and office, as well as a rooftop terrace for residents. The residential and commercial office lobbies are separated. The restaurants face the park and are accessed from a walkway along the building’s apron.

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