Home  /  Team  /  Principals  /   Gary McCluskie

Gary McCluskie


In over thirty years with Diamond Schmitt Architects, Gary McCluskie, Principal, has led the design of award-winning cultural, institutional and residential buildings with a focus on public and assembly spaces.

He was the Managing Principal for Montreal’s concert hall, La Maison Symphonique; Sidney Harman Hall in Washington D.C.; the Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts in Toronto; the New Mariinsky opera house in St. Petersburg, Russia; and The FirstOntario Performing Arts Centre, a four-stage venue in St. Catharines, Ontario that opened at the end of 2015. He is currently working on the re-imagination of David Geffen Hall at Lincoln Center, the home of the New York Philharmonic in New York City.

Gary also designs libraries, including the academic e-learning library in North Bay, Ontario and Robarts Common, the expansion to Robarts Library at University of Toronto; city halls, such as the LEED gold certified administration building in Cambridge, Ontario; recreation facilities including the community-focused McCormick Community Centre in Toronto; and museums including the interactive environment of the Weston Innovation Centre at the Ontario Science Centre.

Many of his projects have been recognized with design awards including a Governor General’s Medal for the Richmond Hill Library, an Award of Excellence from the Ontario Association of Architects for the Etobicoke Memorial Pool, and the American Library Association award for the Pierre Berton Resource Library as the best public library in North America.

Read More Read Less
+1 416 862 8800 x242