Hailing from Winnipeg, Tyler Loewen joined KPMB Architects in 2019 by way of Boston and brings over a decade of experience working on a range of project typologies including libraries, private residences, athletic facilities, and supportive housing.
Drawn to architecture at an early age, he seeks out challenging and collaborative work that allows him to balance technical and creative thinking. Tyler’s range of experience has been critical to his most recent work on large complex projects, including healthcare and science work for the University of Texas at Austin, Duke University, and Yale New Haven Health.
Passionate about being involved in projects from concept to realization, he skillfully contributes to all phases, including design planning, detailing, and construction administration. Paired with his proficiency in project management and communication, Tyler brings an unwavering commitment to ensuring the technical solution honours and expresses the original concept. Building on his complex institutional work, he was a project lead for the Center for Computing & Data Sciences at Boston University.
Serving on several boards and committees, including the firm’s student hiring committee, Tyler believes challenging and questioning ways of thinking and bringing together diverse perspectives enables architecture to be part of addressing issues of access and equity. He advocates for the mentorship of emerging professionals and engages in opening pathways into the profession through architecture and design programs for elementary and high school students.
Currently, he is working on the new design for the Montreal Holocaust Museum.