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 LEED Gold targeted Julis Romo Rabinowitz Building and Louis A. Simpson International Building in the former Frick Chemistry Lab at Princeton University. She is currently the associate-in-charge of the corporate workplace design for a New York City headquarters, and is also actively involved in the renovation of Robertson Hall at Princeton University, and the Bay Adelaide Centre North Tower in Toronto’s Financial District.
Rachel has conducted significant research into workplace design trends which she leverages into KPMB’s interiors mandates. She is a member of KPMB’s Corporate Social Responsibility Steering Committee and is a Founding Executive Committee Member of BEAT (Building Equality in Architecture Toronto).