Kyle Gatchalian is an Associate at Brook McIlroy and brings to the firm a wealth of experience in landscape architecture. His portfolio includes several award-winning public spaces that have been successfully delivered as a result of his commitment to a multi-disciplinary and detail-oriented design approach.
At Brook McIlroy, Kyle plays a central role in realising many of the firm’s complex public realm projects, most notably the Lake Wilcox Park Youth Area in Richmond Hill; Notre Place, a monument to Franco-Ontarians at Queen’s Park; and Rees Ridge, the competition-winning upcoming waterfront park in Toronto. Outside of work, Kyle contributes to the professional community by serving as a guest critic at his alma mater and writing for Ground Magazine and the Ontario Planning Journal. Kyle graduated in 2012 with a Bachelor’s of Landscape Architecture from the University of Guelph and was named associate at Brook McIlroy in 2019. Kyle is an advocate for using Building Information Modelling software in site design practice, and plays a key role within the office in setting technical standards.