Biography Ran Zaig, Architect | OAA. RAIC. CAHP. Partner/Principal, KWC Architects Inc. With two decades of experience, Ran’s interest in the conservation of historic buildings and adaptive-reuse, and his sensitive contextual design abilities, positioned him as the office lead on several significant heritage conservation projects. As partner/principal architect at KWC, Ran strives to support federal, municipal, and private clients alike, in their effort to maintain, rehabilitate, restore and readapt historically significant buildings for next generations to come. Since 1975, KWC Architects have been committed to creating a thoughtful, progressive, and historically sensitive body of work. We take great pride in the technical and aesthetic quality of our projects, the caliber of our project documentation and delivery, as well as our commitment to outstanding client service. Throughout the years, our office heritage conservation and adaptive-reuse expertise and knowledge base, won our proud clients numerous heritage design awards, including the recent, multi-award-wining The Senate of Canada building, the National War Memorial restoration project, Ceremonial Greenhouses Rehabilitation project at Rideau Hall, the Moore Farm Rehabilitation project, and many more heritage award wining projects.
Academic Credentials Architect, OAA | RAIC | CAHP
Chapter Ontario and Nunavut