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.

Architectural Record

Good Design is Good Business Award

Year: 2014

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

Canadian Urban Institute

Brownie Awards - Rebuild, Excellence in Project Development: Building Scale

Year: 2014

Project: Bahen Centre for Information Technology

The Bahen Centre for Information Technology is designed to facilitate cross-disciplinary teaching and research for both the Faculty of Arts

Canadian Green Building Council / Sustainable Architecture & Building Magazine

Canadian Green Building Award

Year: 2014

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

Ontario Association of Architects

Design Excellence Award and Best of Show

Year: 2014

Project: Library and Academic Facility

This 103,500-square-foot facility contains 22 classrooms, a 200-seat auditorium, double-height library, learning labs, offices and a light-filled atrium that serves

The Illuminating Engineering Society of North America

Illumination Awards - Special Citation

Year: 2014

Project: Mariinsky II

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

City of Oshawa Urban Design Awards

Award of Excellence

Year: 2014

Project: Automotive Centre of Excellence

The General Motors of Canada Automotive Centre for Excellence (ACE) is a rare combination of industrial research and educational programming

Ontario Association of Architects

Design Excellence Award

Year: 2014

Project: Algonquin Centre for Construction Excellence

This new 195,000-square-foot building addresses the current skills shortage in the construction industry by providing classrooms, studios, laboratories and shops

Green Roofs for Healthy Cities

Interior Green Wall Design Award of Excellence

Year: 2014

Project: School of Social Sciences

The new Social Sciences Building at the University of Ottawa serves as a gateway from the city and emphasizes connectivity

City of Kingston – Livable City Design Awards

Award of Merit

Year: 2014

Project: School of Medicine

This 125,000-square-foot building supports the delivery of innovative medical education to an expanded student body. It gathers teaching facilities previously

Ontario Association of Architects

Design Excellence Award

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