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.

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

Civic Trust Awards

International 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

The Caritas Project

The Generative Space 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

Alberta Construction Magazine

Top Projects 2015, Institutional Under $50M & Institutional Design

Year: 2015

Project: Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning

The new Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning realizes the university’s vision to be a world-leader in research and development

Ontario Library Association

Library Building Award - Library Architectural and Design Transformation

Year: 2015

Project: MacOdrum Library Expansion & Renewal

MacOdrum serves as the primary library for Carleton University and holds a highly visible place in the campus plan as

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

International Academy for Design & Health Awards

International Health Project (over 40,000 sq m), Honorable Mention

Year: 2014

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

Environmental Design and Construction

Excellence in Design Awards Institutional First Runner Up

Year: 2014

Project: Peter Gilgan Centre for Research and Learning

The Peter Gilgan Centre for Research and Learning at The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) in Toronto brings together 2000