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2000-2009

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

Canadian Institute of Steel Construction, Ontario Chapter

Award of Merit - Engineering

Year: 2009

Project: Hadden Hall

Hadden Hall, the new 37,000-square-foot student recreation centre, and the Desmarais Family Outdoor Education Wing provide much needed athletic and

Design Exchange

DX Awards - Honourable Mention, Commercial Category

Year: 2009

Project: Southbrook Vineyards

Inspired by the long rows of grape vines planted on the site, the design of the new Southbrook Vineyards is

Business Week / Architectural Record

Good Design is Good Business Award

Year: 2009

Project: Southbrook Vineyards

Inspired by the long rows of grape vines planted on the site, the design of the new Southbrook Vineyards is

Architectural Institute of British Columbia

Lieutenant-Governor of British Columbia - Awards in Architecture, Award of Merit

Year: 2009

Project: North Vancouver City Library

The North Vancouver City Library is a landmark building servicing a growing community. The library and surrounding plaza generates urban

Royal Architectural Institute of Canada

RAIC Awards of Excellence - Innovation in Architecture, Honourable Mention

Year: 2009

Project: Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts

The Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts was designed with the overriding principles of creating an exceptional auditory and

The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design

International Architecture Award

Year: 2009

Project: Southbrook Vineyards

Inspired by the long rows of grape vines planted on the site, the design of the new Southbrook Vineyards is

British Columbia Library Association

Award of Excellence for Building Projects

Year: 2009

Project: North Vancouver City Library

The North Vancouver City Library is a landmark building servicing a growing community. The library and surrounding plaza generates urban

American Institute of Architects, Maryland Chapter

Honor Award

Year: 2008

Project: Sidney Harman Hall, Harman Centre for the Arts

Sidney Harman Hall, the new home of the Shakespeare Theater Company, is a centrepiece in the revitalization of Washington, D.C.’s

American Institute of Architects, DC Chapter

Award of Excellence, Architecture

Year: 2008

Project: Sidney Harman Hall, Harman Centre for the Arts

Sidney Harman Hall, the new home of the Shakespeare Theater Company, is a centrepiece in the revitalization of Washington, D.C.’s

Canadian Institute of Steel Construction

Ontario Steel Design Awards - Award of Excellence, Architecture

Year: 2008

Project: Southbrook Vineyards

Inspired by the long rows of grape vines planted on the site, the design of the new Southbrook Vineyards is