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Rachel Cyr

Senior Associate, NCIDQ, ARIDO

Rachel Cyr joined KPMB Architects as a designer in 2011, and has contributed to a diverse range of the studio’s notable academic, corporate and institutional projects.

Her projects have included the offices of Gluskin Sheff & Associates in Toronto and the Fort York Branch Library, as well as the Governor General’s Medal in Architecture-winning Julis Romo Rabinowitz Building and Louis A. Simpson International Building at Princeton University. She served as the associate-in-charge of the corporate workplace design for a New York City headquarters of a real estate firm, and contributed to the renovation of Robertson Hall at Princeton University.

Committed to developing timeless projects, she is driven by enduring materials, climate-sensitive solutions, and collaboration. For the Bay Adelaide Centre North Tower (BAN) in Toronto’s Financial District, Rachel is a senior leader for the team leading the workplace design for Scotiabank’s new space, a key part of the bank’s downtown campus that will be home to its Global Banking and Markets and Wealth Management divisions.


“Resilient design and enduring materials underpin our commitment to creating timeless environments.”

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