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Nick Jones

Associate, OAA, MRAIC

Nick Jones believes in the power of architecture to improve people’s quality of life. An advocate for sustainable architecture, he is passionate about shaping the built environment in a socially responsible and climate-friendly way.  

Nick holds a Bachelor of Environmental Studies from the University of Waterloo, a Bachelor of Architectural Science from Toronto Metropolitan University, and a Master of Architecture from the University of Toronto where he received an RAIC Student Medal and Honour Roll award. 

Prior to joining KPMB in 2016, he worked at Ingenhoven Architects and Sustainable.TO. Throughout his career, he has played an integral role in a range of complex institutional, residential, academic, corporate, and mixed-use projects in Canada and the United States. 

At KPMB his work extends across all project phases, from schematic design and master planning to client management and construction administration. Currently, Nick is the project manager for the Landscape of Landmark Quality project at the University of Toronto. One of the largest landscape infrastructure projects in Canada, the project will transform 17 acres of the university’s historic St. Geroge Campus into a greener, more accessible, pedestrian-friendly realm while contributing to the university’s annual target of emissions reduction. 

He has also worked on Robertson Hall at Princeton University and the Upper York Water Reclamation Centre and is currently working on the new Dramatic Arts Building at Yale University. 

Nick is committed to pushing architectural boundaries through innovative material use and thoughtful spatial and programmatic design while creating spaces that prioritize sustainable initiatives and contribute positively to the public realm. 

Outside the office, he enjoys travelling — experiencing new places, exploring different cuisines and discovering diverse architectural styles. 

“I'm passionate about creating spaces that prioritize sustainable initiatives and contribute positively to the public realm.”