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Company:
KPMB Architects
Website:
Location:
  • 322 King St W
  • TORONTO, ON
  • M5V1J2

Contact Information

Telephone:
416-977-5104
Alternate Telephone:
Fax:
416-598-9840
Email:
kpmb@kpmbarchitects.com
Markets:
Germany, United States
Number of Employees:
11-100
Year Established:
1987-02-01
Industries Classification:
541310  Architectural Services
Updated on:
2016-02-18,  Industry Canada
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KPMB Architects

Company Profile

KPMB Architects was founded in 1987 by Bruce Kuwabara, Thomas Payne, Marianne McKenna, and Shirley Blumberg. The practice is recognized as one of Canada's premier architectural studios and is known for its commitment to architectural excellence. The work has received more than 180 awards, including nine Governor General's Awards for Architecture, Canada's highest honour. KPMB is also recognized for its commitment to the public realm and the cultural life of cities. The firm is actively participating in Toronto’s cultural renaissance with projects that include the Roy Thomson Hall Enhancement, the Jarvis Street Campus for Canada’s National Ballet School (in joint venture with Goldsmith Borgal & Company Architects), the Royal Conservatory of Music’s TELUS Performance and Learning Centre, the Young Centre for Performing Arts for George Brown College and Soulpepper Theatre Company, and the Festival Centre and Tower for the Toronto International Film Festival. Work in Canada also includes the Canadian Museum of Nature in Ottawa (with Padolsky, Kuwabara, Gagnon Joint Venture Architects), Le Quartier Concordia for Concordia University in Montreal (in joint venture with Fichten Soiferman Associes, Architectes), and the corporate headquarters for Manitoba Hydro in Winnipeg. In the United States clients include the Goodman Theatre in Chicago, Yale University, and the University of Michigan. Internationally, projects include the Canadian Embassy in Berlin (a joint venture with Gagnon, Letellier, Cyr Architectes and Smith Carter Architects and Engineers Incorporated), and the prototypical Star Alliance Lounge at the Zurich International Airport in Switzerland, as well as its its offshoot in Nagoya, Japan.

Products/Services

  • ARCHITECT - FEASIBILITY STUDY
  • ARCHITECT - URBAN DESIGN
  • ARCHITECT - EDUCATION - UNIVERSITIES
  • ARCHITECT - OFFICE BUILDING - LOW RISE
  • ARCHITECT - OFFICE BUILDING - HIGH RISE
  • ARCHITECT - RESIDENTIAL - SINGLE FAMILY
  • ARCHITECT - RESIDENTIAL - LOW COST
  • ARCHITECT - GOVERNMENT
  • ARCHITECT - ARCHITECTURAL PROGRAMMING
  • ARCHITECT - MASTER PLANNING
  • ARCHITECT - PROJECT CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT
  • ARCHITECT - INTERIOR DESIGN
  • ARCHITECT - OTHER (SPECIFY)

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