What They’re Specifying: Heather Dubbeldam

The Dubbeldam Architecture + Design principal selects lighting, surfacing, and furniture for the modern workplace.
Heather Dubbeldam

Courtesy Heather Dubbeldam

Dubbeldam Architecture + Design’s workspaces “embrace flexibility and adaptiveness,” says principal Heather Dubbeldam. “They’re defined by bold forms, natural materials, and a strategic play of color, which reflects branding and culture.”

A fourth-generation architect, Dubbeldam founded her namesake Toronto firm in 2002. Its award-winning projects range from residences and workspaces to landscapes, art installations, and applied research.

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