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Adam Jennings


Originally from the United Kingdom, Adam Jennings is passionate about clarity in design — clarity of concept, intent, and result. 

A fascination with both the sciences and the arts drew him to the field of architecture — excited about a vocation that blends these disciplines together and the opportunity to imagine and realize spaces to be experienced by others.   

Adam graduated from the University of Liverpool’s School of Architecture. He is diligent, decisive, and determined and has contributed to refining the firm’s approach to construction administration.  

Having lived and worked in countries across the globe, from the UK and Canada to Australia and China, he brings a wealth of experience and expertise to the practice. Before joining KPMB, he worked on a broad spectrum of projects, including Fort McMurray International Airport in Alberta, University of British Columbia’s Bookstore Expansion, Ronald McDonald House BC, and Chemainus First Nations Preschool.  

Adam enjoys challenging and complex projects. At KPMB he has contributed to the Landscape of Landmark Quality project at the University of Toronto and the transformation of St. Monica’s Roman Catholic Church.  

Currently, he is the project architect for Bloor Street United Church and Cielo Condos, a mixed-use project that includes the restoration and redevelopment of Bloor Street United Church and the addition of a residential tower and commercial office spaces. 

In his spare time Adam enjoys playing and coaching soccer, collecting records, and travelling. 

"Clarity of concept informs design on many levels, providing a framework for it to grow within."