Kayley Mullings

Kayley Mullings


Senior Interior Designer

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Kayley Mullings joined Moriyama Teshima Architects in 2017, with a focus on the ways in which design can address societal and environmental challenges. Her skillset was refined during previous work experience, where she contributed toward complex institutional projects at Boston University and the University of Toronto Mississauga. At MTA, she has been park of multiple project teams spanning various building typologies including cultural, academic, civic, and office spaces. In recent years, Kayley has played a part in many of the firm’s most innovative designs, such as Limberlost Place at George Brown College, the Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation (OSSTF) Headquarters and Multi-Tenant Building, and the BCIT Campus Service Centre, demonstrating her expertise in projects ranging from mass timber construction to interior renovations. Managing work throughout all project phases, from concept to construction administration, Kayley consistently ensures transparent decision-making and effective communications among stakeholders.

Holding a Bachelor of Interior Design from Toronto Metropolitan University and Interior Design licensing, Kayley prioritizes sustainability and wellness, evident in her WELL certification. Currently pursuing Rick Hansen Accessibility certification, she emphasizes her dedication to inclusivity. Beyond her professional endeavours, Kayley advocates for mentorship in emerging professionals and initiatives promoting architecture and design education.

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