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2010-2019

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

Niagara Community Design Awards

Adaptive Re-Use

Year: 2015

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

Canadian Wood Council

Wood Design and Building Awards Remodelled Category, Citation

Year: 2015

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

Atlantic WoodWORKS!

Wood Design Awards - Nova Scotia Non-residential Project

Year: 2015

Project: Lunenburg County Lifestyle Centre

The new Lifestyle Centre is a comprehensive regional facility that showcases community recreation and cultural events while promoting individual health

Environmental Design Research Association

edra Great Places Award

Year: 2015

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

CODAworks, Collaboration of Design + Art

CODAawards - Education Award of Merit

Year: 2015

Project: Ryerson Image Centre and School of Image Arts

The new Ryerson Image Centre and the School of Image Arts is a renovation and expansion of the almost windowless

Ontario Association of Architects

Design Excellence Award

Year: 2015

Project: Mariinsky II

The design is a contemporary expression of the existing historic urban form. The height of the fenestrated masonry base is

CODAworks, Collaboration of Design + Art

CODAawards - Institutional Award of Merit

Year: 2015

Project: Public Health Ontario Laboratory

Public Health Ontario (PHO) is a Crown corporation dedicated to protecting and promoting public health. The institution sought a new

AIA / COTE (Committee on the Environment)

Top Ten Green Projects

Year: 2015

Project: CANMET Materials Technology Laboratory

The state-of-the-art metallurgical facility for Natural Resources Canada achieved LEED Platinum certification for sustainable design and is targeting the 2030

CaGBC Toronto Chapter

Innovation Award, New Construction/Core and Shell

Year: 2015

Project: CANMET Materials Technology Laboratory

The state-of-the-art metallurgical facility for Natural Resources Canada achieved LEED Platinum certification for sustainable design and is targeting the 2030

AIA Academy of Architecture for Health

Healthcare Design Award

Year: 2015

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