Bruno Weber


Since joining KPMB in 2000, Bruno Weber has been instrumental on a number of the studio’s successful design competitions including, the Canadian Embassy in Berlin, Star Alliance Lounge at Zurich International Airport, the Canadian Museum of Nature in Ottawa, the Festival Centre for the Toronto International Film Festival, and most recently, the Jack Layton Ferry Terminal and Harbour Square Park, a collaboration with West8 landscape architects. Bruno brings additional experience in mixed-use residential projects where he is able to guide design decisions to reflect the reality of budgets and seek out solutions that achieve design excellence and enduring value. Most recently, he completed two projects at the University of British Columbia, the Robert H. Lee Alumni Centre and Ponderosa Commons, the first in a series of high density hubs that combine housing, academic, social and retail spaces to create a vibrant campus precinct.