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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.

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

Royal Architectural Institute of Canada, CIP, CSLA

National Urban Design Awards - Certificate of Merit, Urban Architecture

Year: 2008

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

Royal Architectural Institute of Canada, CIP, CSLA

National Urban Design Awards - Medal of Excellence for Community Urban Design

Year: 2008

Project: University of Ontario Institute of Technology

Designing the first new university campus in Ontario in thirty-five years presented the rare opportunity to create an innovative and

American Society of Architectural Illustrators

Architecture in Perspective 23 Awards

Year: 2008

Project: Corus Quay

Corus Quay is the first new building of Toronto’s waterfront redevelopment. The eight-storey glass-clad building completed in September 2010 is

Holcim Awards

Acknowledgement Prize

Year: 2008

Project: Centre for Green Cities, Evergreen Brick Works

The Evergreen Brick Works project transforms an underused deteriorating industrial site in the City of Toronto’s Don Valley into a

The Brick Industry Association

Brick in Architecture Awards - Bronze

Year: 2008

Project: Computer Science and Engineering Building

The Computer Science and Engineering Building, with its complex research including robotics and artificial intelligence, is one of the premier

Smarter Niagara

Niagara Community Design Awards - Award of Distinction

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

Wood Design and Building Magazine Canadian Wood Council

North American Program for Architectural Excellence - Honor Award

Year: 2007

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

Canadian Wood Council

Ontario WoodWorks! Award Program - Interior Design Award

Year: 2007

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