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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

New York Chapter Design Awards - Award of Merit

Year: 2005

Project: The Jewish Community Centre in Manhattan

The Jewish Community Centre in Manhattan represents a template for the design of complex public buildings in dense urban areas

Royal Architectural Institute of Canada

Award of Excellence for Innovation in Architecture

Year: 2005

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

City of Vaughan

Urban Design Awards - Honourable Mention

Year: 2005

Project: Pierre Berton Resource Library

The Pierre Berton Resource Library is designed to serve the information, cultural, learning and leisure needs of a growing multicultural

Masonry Institute of British Columbia

Masonry Design Awards - Honor Award, Institutional Category

Year: 2005

Project: Life Sciences Centre

The UBC Life Sciences Centre provides a variety of teaching and research facilities for the study of life sciences as

The Brick Industry Association

Brick in Architecture Institutional Award

Year: 2005

Project: Life Sciences Centre

The UBC Life Sciences Centre provides a variety of teaching and research facilities for the study of life sciences as

BusinessWeek / Architectural Record

Good Design is Good Business Award

Year: 2004

Project: The Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs

The 225,000-square-foot plan is designed to meet the particular requirements of the Foreign Ministry of Israel. The building, accommodating administrative

Illuminating Engineering Society of North America

Special Citation

Year: 2004

Project: Max M. Fisher Music Centre

This project includes an $8.6M Orchestra Hall renovation, a 2,000-seat music theatre listed on the National Register of Historical Places,

Ontario Association of Architects

Award of Excellence

Year: 2004

Project: The Apotex Centre

Located at the Jewish Home for the Aged at the Baycrest Centre for Geriatric Care, the Apotex Centre accommodates 372

Canadian Architect

Art of CAD - Applied Rendering, Honorable Mention

Year: 2003

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

Canadian Wood Council

Ontario WoodWorks! Award Program - Institutional Design Award

Year: 2003

Project: Cawthra Community Centre and Arena

The Cawthra Community Centre is a 3,000-square-metre addition to an existing twin-pad arena. It contains a gymnasium, an active-living studio,