OAA, Senior Associate
David Jesson joined KPMB in 1990 and has contributed design, management and production leadership for a diverse range of institutional and corporate projects. He has been a significant collaborator on many of the firm’s major cultural and academic commissions, which have involved strategic architectural interventions to existing structures. These projects include the transformation of Toronto’s Stock Exchange into the Design Exchange, an exhibition and event space, the Roy Thomson Hall Enhancement for the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, and most recently, 20 Washington Road, the adaptive reuse of the Frick Chemistry Building into the home for Economics and International Initiatives at Princeton University. He has directed a series of corporate workspaces including the advertising offices of Ammirati Puris Lintas in New York, the New York Executive Offices for a financial investment company, and Gluskin Sheff & Associates in Toronto.