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KPMB Architects

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If you think KPMB Architects’s name is a mouthful, try reciting their list of local accomplishments: the Gardiner Museum, Roy Thomson Hall Enhancement, National Ballet School’s Jarvis Street campus and the Young Centre for the Performing Arts in the Distillery are just some. A bigwig in the city’s current cultural renaissance, KPMB Architects has a knack for integrating their designs into the existing landscape in an unobtrusive yet vibrant way. The 21-year-old firm specializes in large public spaces and institutions, and a number of projects across the city are in the works, including the ultra-glam 46-storey Bell Lightbox theatre complex for the Toronto International Film Festival Group at King and John, finished in 2010.

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