Paulo Rocha joined KPMB Architects as a student in 1995, returning as a project architect following graduation. Paulo provides a balance of formal design skill and technical ability to ensure that the final built form and the quality of execution manifests the original architectural vision and client objectives. He has marshaled several of the firm’s award-winning designs including competition schemes for the prototypical Star Alliance Lounge at the Zurich International Airport, Le Quartier Concordia, a vertical campus for Montreal’s Concordia University, the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto, and the Remai Modern art gallery in Saskatchewan. Paulo was the design/project architect for the Gardiner Museum in Toronto, which won a 2008 RIBA Award, and a workspace design for a private equity firm in Toronto. He is currently working on the Center for Computing & Data Sciences for Boston University.