Awards

Awards

Diamond Schmitt Architects has received more than 300 regional, national and international awards for design, including seven Governor General’s Awards for architecture.

Green Roofs for Healthy Cities

Extensive Green Roof Institutional Award

Year: 2016

Project: Bridgepoint Active Healthcare

Bridgepoint Active Healthcare is a leader in treating and managing complex chronic disease. This 680,000-square-foot facility replaces an adjacent hospital

Building Design + Construction Magazine

Reconstruction Awards, Silver

Year: 2016

Project: Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts

After a three-stage proposal competition, Brock University commissioned Diamond Schmitt Architects to design the new 95,500-square-foot Facility, which houses the

ARIDO Awards 2016

Award of Excellence

Year: 2016

Project: Parkside Student Residence

Parkside ushers in a new urban model for student residences, and is designed to facilitate active learning, interaction and independence.

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Ontario Wood WORKS!

Interior Wood Design Award

Year: 2016

Project: FirstOntario Performing Arts Centre

The Performing Arts Centre will feature 110,000-square-feet of space to house:

Concert Hall: an 800-seat performance venue with adjustable acoustical characteristics

Canadian Interiors

Best of Canada Design Competition, Institutional

Year: 2016

Project: Parkside Student Residence

Parkside ushers in a new urban model for student residences, and is designed to facilitate active learning, interaction and independence.

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Urban Land Institute

Global Awards for Excellence

Year: 2016

Project: Daniels Spectrum & Paintbox

A key component of the transformation of Toronto’s Regent Park is to create new neighbourhood amenity spaces, fostering connectedness and

Heritage National Trust for Canada

Ecclesiastical Insurance Cornerstone Awards for Building Heritage

Year: 2016

Project: Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts

After a three-stage proposal competition, Brock University commissioned Diamond Schmitt Architects to design the new 95,500-square-foot Facility, which houses the

Wood WORKS! British Columbia, Wood Design Awards

Institutional Wood Design ‐ Large

Year: 2016

Project: Law School Transforms Academic Facility

The radical transformation of a 1960s-era building on the campus of Thompson Rivers University (TRU) in Kamloops, British Columbia has created a

The Royal Architectural Institute of Canada/Canada Council for the Arts

Governor General’s Medal in Architecture

Year: 2016

Project: Bridgepoint Active Healthcare

Bridgepoint Active Healthcare is a leader in treating and managing complex chronic disease. This 680,000-square-foot facility replaces an adjacent hospital

American Society of Architectural Illustrators

Architecture in Perspective 31, Award of Excellence, Formal Category

Year: 2016

Project: Buddy Holly Hall of Performing Arts and Sciences

The Buddy Holly Hall of Performing Arts and Sciences is not a single-tenant, single-purpose facility. The stakeholders are diverse, including