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Jarle Lovlin


Jarle joined Diamond Schmitt Architects in 1999 and was made Associate in 2004 and a principal in 2011. He graduated from the University of Calgary with a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) prior to studying Architecture at The University of Waterloo. Jarle approaches practice with a balance of aesthetic clarity and performance, consistently striving for elegant solutions. His focus includes the accommodation of social space in contemporary architecture and sustainable design.

At Diamond Schmitt, Jarle has been responsible for institutional, cultural, and recreational projects of varying scale and complexity. His recreational facility work includes the Jewish Community Centre in Manhattan, The Mary McCormick Recreation Centre in Toronto and The Lunenburg County Lifestyle Centre. Jarle’s Cultural and Performing Arts work includes The Esplanade Arts and Heritage Centre in Medicine Hat, Alberta. Residential projects include the design of exclusive residences in the Caribbean and Switzerland.

Jarle’s recent work includes two LEED Gold projects; The Kinnear Centre for Creativity and Innovation at The Banff Centre, Alberta and the Brown Family House of Learning at Thompson Rivers University in Kamloops, British Columbia.

Jarle is currently Project Architect and design lead for the Queen’s University Centre for Innovation in Global Engineering.

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