Eric Lucassen received a Bachelors of Science degree in Architecture from Ryerson University and a Masters of Architecture from the University of Manitoba. Since joining Diamond Schmitt Architects in 2006, he has been responsible for program development, developing technical construction details and coordinating drawings. He has experience in all aspects of production, from design development to contract administration.
Eric is Project Architect for the Toronto Zoo Wildlife Health Centre addition and renovation, which opens in 2017. This expanded veterinary hospital will ensure the zoo maintains the highest level of care for its wildlife holdings.
Previous projects include the Burlington Performing Arts Centre; the Laurentian University Modernization Project in Sudbury, involving seven campus facilities; and the Regent Park Master Plan to transform the 30-block precinct in downtown Toronto. His responsibilities on Regent Park are special block planning, transportation planning, massing studies, as well as density and development studies.
College Street Residence
The College Street Residence in downtown Toronto will serve...View Project
The design is a contemporary expression of the existing...View Project
Positioned as the gateway to the West Kowloon Cultural...View Project
Integrated Science and Engineering Building, Northeastern University
To develop a new campus precinct, Northeastern University in...View Project
Maison Symphonique de Montréal
The 2,000-seat auditorium, principally for use by the renowned...View Project
Burlington Performing Arts Centre
The Burlington Performing Arts Centre provides both excellent acoustics...View Project