KPMB Architects Office

Loft 2.0 – Interior Architecture

KPMB’s new offices transcribe the warmth of its former timber loft studios on King Street West in its new offices in the Globe and Mail building. Located on the 12th floor, the panoramic views of the city and Lake Ontario  inspired a democratic plan with a continuous, and fully accessible perimeter. Four large open work zones are organized around a central, wood-lined pavilion containing the communal spaces of meeting and gathering including a staff lounge and town hall. East west avenues and north-south streets intersect the pavilion to connect people and projects. The minimal palette combines White Oak, exposed concrete, and glass with pin-up surfaces made from recycled plastic water bottles and interface carpet to give the space a raw yet sophisticated edge.


Toronto, Ontario




24,950 ft² / 2,318 m²

project type

Interiors, Office

Full Project Credits
Shirley Blumberg - Marianne McKenna