Vaughn Miller


Vaughn combines more than 22 years of international experience working on projects across North America and Europe. Prior to joining KPMB in 2012, Vaughn built up extensive experience in a diversity of project types and scales, including libraries, academic and laboratory buildings, worship spaces, and large-scale mixed-use developments through all phases of design and delivery. Vaughn’s project experience includes the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, 2 Tecumseth Street in Toronto – a 1,000,000 s.f. mixed-use development involving the adaptive reuse of a former food production facility, and 300 Bloor Street West, a mixed-use development which prioritizes the preservation of the Bloor Street United Church. Most recently, he was the design lead for the successful competition for St. Monica’s Parish. Through his interest in both the public realm and gardening, Vaughn recently sat on the board of the Toronto Botanical Garden, serving as President from 2016-18, overseeing a 35-acre expansion master plan in partnership with the City of Toronto.