Toronto, Canada (Dec. 9, 2019)—Ware Malcomb, an international design firm, has announced the opening a second office in Canada, located at 250 University Avenue, Suite 235 in downtown Toronto, Canada. Ware Malcomb’s Vaughan office will continue to operate at 180 Bass Pro Mills Drive, #103.

Ware Malcomb first entered the Canadian market in 2007 through an acquisition. Ware Malcomb Principal Frank Di Roma has successfully led the growth and diversification of the firm’s business in Canada since 2010 and will continue in this role, overseeing both offices. In addition, Christina Kolkas, Ware Malcomb director, interior architecture & design, will be leading the growth, development, operations and studio management of the new Toronto office, as well as continuing to lead the Vaughan Interiors Studio. 

“We are very excited to expand Ware Malcomb’s presence in the Canadian market and take advantage of the many synergies and opportunities that will come with having offices in both Toronto and Vaughan,” said Di Roma. “I know Kolkas will do a great job of leading our new office and expanding our reach in the vibrant downtown Toronto.”


“The opening of a second Ware Malcomb office in downtown Toronto will enhance our ability to grow our services in the city, while offering greater convenience to our existing downtown clients,” added Kolkas. “It’s an exciting time for our firm and our clients in Canada.”

Specializing in architecture, planning, interior design, branding and civil engineering design for commercial real estate and corporate clients, Ware Malcomb has completed over 700 projects in the greater Toronto area and beyond. The firm currently has active projects in five other provinces across Canada. 

Select high-profile projects in Canada designed by Ware Malcomb in recent years include: architectural design services for four new Class A office buildings in the Mississauga Gateway Centre business park, totaling approximately 400,000 square feet, in Mississauga, Ontario; interior architecture and design services for a 46,000 square foot office for Wells Fargo in downtown Toronto; and the renovation of the historic Paradise Theatre in downtown Toronto. 

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