In his 28 years with the firm, Michael Leckman has been recognized for design excellence, leadership in energy efficient design and for shaping a critical debate as Vice Chair of Toronto’s Design Review Panel. He has also contributed to the profession as guest critic, lecturer and mentor at schools of architecture across Canada.
Michael’s major completed works include the Bahen Centre at the University of Toronto, the Governor General Medal-winning York University Student Centre, the Esplanade in Medicine Hat, the Algonquin Centre for Construction Excellence in Ottawa, the School of Law at Thompson Rivers University, the Centre for Green Cities at Evergreen Brick Works in Toronto, and the Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts at Brock University in St.Catharines, Ont.
His active portfolio includes 4 projects: trades and technology schools in Lethbridge and Kelowna, a major academic building with a 500-bed student residence at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ont., and an addition to OCAD University in Toronto.
Three of his recent projects have achieved high levels of energy efficiency: Brickworks and Algonquin College are certified as LEED Platinum; Okanagan College in Kelowna is targeting LEED Platinum, Living Building Challenge, and Net Zero Energy.
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Trades Renewal and Expansion Project
The primary objective of the Okanagan College Trades Renewal...View Project
Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts
After a three-stage proposal competition, Brock University commissioned Diamond...View Project
Law School Transforms Academic Facility
The radical transformation of a 1960s-era building on the campus...View Project
Bahen Centre for Information Technology
The Bahen Centre for Information Technology is designed to...View Project
Algonquin Centre for Construction Excellence
This new 195,000-square-foot building addresses the current skills shortage...View Project
Centre for Green Cities, Evergreen Brick Works
The Evergreen Brick Works project transforms an underused deteriorating...View Project
Esplanade Arts and Heritage Centre
Situated in downtown Medicine Hat on the edge of...View Project