Andrea Macaroun joined KPMB Architects in 2002 following her graduation from the University of Toronto — where Bruce Kuwabara was her thesis advisor.
She brings an enthusiastic commitment to architectural practice and design excellence to the studio. Over the years, she worked on civic, academic, and cultural projects in Canada and the United States at the forefront of creating positive change.
Andrea has developed expertise in detail and contract documents and has contributed to a wide variety of significant projects including Vaughan City Hall, TIFF Bell Lightbox, the Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre, and the Young Centre for the Performing Arts. She has also worked on office interiors for high profile financial services companies.
She was the project architect for the Sugino Studio and is currently working on Agnes Reimagined, the art centre at Queen’s University.