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Brent Wagler
OAA, LEED AP, Associate
bwagler@kpmbarchitects.com

Educated at Carleton University, Bachelor of Architecture (1991) and McGill University, Master of Architecture in History and Theory (1995).

Brent Wagler joined KPMB Architects in 1997.

He was recently involved with the winning design competition for the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University in Illinois and is currently a project architect on the Bay Adelaide East Tower. Prior to this he worked on George Brown College Health Sciences building* on Toronto’s Waterfront and was involved in the winning design competition and early design phases of TIFF Bell Lightbox* in Toronto.

His early projects with KPMB were key commissions including renovation and expansion projects for the Munk Centre for International Studies at the University of Toronto and Raether Library and Information Technology Center at Trinity College in Hartford CT, and the McGill University Genome Quebec Innovation Centre* in Montreal.

Brent was the project architect for the Canadian Museum of Nature* in Ottawa, a joint venture of Padolsky, Kuwabara, Gagnon Joint Venture Architects. This project involved the revitalization and expansion of the heritage Victoria Memorial Museum Building (1912). He participated in extensive stakeholder and user group consultations and presentations.

In 2011, Wagler was named an Associate of KPMB.

* project in joint venture or in association with another firm

Selected Awards

  • 2013 SCUP/AIA-CAE Excellence in Architecture - George Brown College, Waterfront Campus
  • 2013 Toronto Construction Association, “Best of the Best” awards - George Brown College, Waterfront Campus
  • 2013 Toronto Urban Design Award - George Brown College, Waterfront Campus
  • 2012 Ontario Concrete Award - TIFF Bell Lightbox
  • 2012 AZ Award - TIFF Bell Lightbox
  • 2011 Ontario Association of Architects Award of Excellence - Canadian Museum of Nature
  • 2011 Chicago Athenaeum International Architecture Award - Canadian Museum of Nature

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