Coryn Kempster, M.Arch ’08, wins 2018 Architectural League Prize for Young Architects + Designers

Coryn Kempster, M.Arch ’08, co-founder of Coryn Kempster Julia Jamrozik and adjunct assistant professor of architecture at SUNY-Buffalo, was announced as one of the winners of the 2018 Architectural League Prize for Young Architects + Designers, intended to foster up-and-coming architectural and design talent. The 2018 theme, Objective, asked entrants to examine the role of objectivity in contemporary society.

Kempster received a BA from the University of Toronto and an MArch degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. After graduating from MIT in 2008, he gained professional experience as an architect at Herzog & de Meuron and a Project Director at Harry Gugger Studio in Switzerland before founding his own office in 2014.

Currently located in Buffalo and Toronto, Coryn Kempster Julia Jamrozik endeavours to create spaces, objects and situations that interrupt the ordinary in critically engaging and playful ways. Together they have won numerous competitions and have exhibited and published in Canada, the US, Germany, France, Italy and South Korea, including solo shows at Vtape and Convenience Gallery in Toronto.

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