Emily Baxter

Email: ebaxter@dsai.ca
Phone: +1 416 862 8800 x312

Emily Baxter studied architecture at McGill University in Montreal where she received a Bachelor of Science in Architecture and a Master of Architecture.

Since joining Diamond Schmitt in 2013, Emily has been involved in a variety of project typologies, including academic, commercial, civic, and cultural buildings, establishing herself as a key designer on a number of projects. These include the Cor Van Raay YMCA at the ATB Centre in Lethbridge, the Laurentian University Campus Modernization project in Sudbury, the KPMG Office Tower in Vaughan (LEED Gold) and the New Vic at McGill University. Across her work, Emily utilizes clearly defined concepts to bring clients’ ideas and aspirations to life and create buildings that enhance their context and user experience.

Emily is currently Project Architect on the 134,000 square foot New Brunswick Museum, which will provide a new contemporary home for Canada’s oldest continuing museum. When completed, the museum’s research work and exhibitions will be brought together within one sustainable, decarbonized facility.

Alongside her project work, Emily has been involved in numerous competitions including the London Holocaust Memorial, the London Symphony Centre for Music, the Montreal Holocaust Museum, and Toronto’s Quayside development.

Emily is passionate about advancing education and collaborative design initiatives in the office and is a member of Diamond Schmitt’s Internal Education Committee.