A master’s graduate of Dalhousie University, Tyler Hall joined KPMB in 2015. Tyler approaches architecture with an interest in how thoughtful and excellent design contributes to the experiential condition and can ameliorate the social and environmental challenges we currently face. Since joining the firm, he has worked on a range of project typologies including cultural, academic, civic, corporate, and hospitality. From Lloyd Hall, a residence-hotel at Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity, and Boston University’s Center for Computing & Data Sciences, to corporate office interiors, and most recently, the transformation of Arts Commons in Calgary, Tyler’s involvement in these projects has been instrumental. He has overseen the production of the design studies for these and other projects, and skilfully crafts digital models and construction drawings to communicate with project partners and collaborators. Demonstrating his rigour for the process and attention to detail, he is adept at navigating and securing approvals from urban design committees and other stakeholders. For Tyler, his approach to massing, material selection, composition of the built form, and the detailing of it all must contribute to the experiential condition of its place and to the betterment of society.