Ken is an architect and design director in the Toronto studio.
Ken brings over 35 years of experience and project expertise from a wide variety of sectors including Residential, Healthcare, Justice, Institutional, Science and Technology and Commercial projects and developments.
He has led numerous Studio projects including the Bob Rumball Centre of the Deaf; Maple Leaf Quay, a rental residential tower injecting much needed rental accommodation along Toronto’s Waterfront; and is currently leading designs on the HS1/HS2 block in Downtown Markham and the Bronte Village Mall Redevelopment.
Ken is well respected for his thoughtful approach and ability to lead large scale designs that incorporate diverse programs and multiple stakeholders. He also contributes further value to the Studio by mentoring the next generation of designers.
Ken’s passion for architecture lies at the intersection of art and technology and champions the delivery of sustainable solutions by leveraging the foundation of strong design principles into practice across diverse typologies.