Graeme Reed holds a Bachelor of Technology in Architecture from Ryerson University in Toronto and a Master in Architecture from Lawrence Technological University in Michigan. He has 20 years of experience, is a registered architect and is a LEED Accredited Professional. He became an associate with the firm in 2017.
Mr. Reed worked at Diamond Schmitt Architects from 2002 to 2008, during these seven years with the firm, he was on design teams for several high-profile projects including the Life Sciences Center at the University of British Columbia, the Life Science Complex at McGill University in Montreal, and worked on the schematic design of La Maison Symphonique in Montreal.
Other notable projects include Drexel University’s Papadakis Integrated Sciences Building (winning design competition) in Philadelphia; the Agnes Etherington Arts Center at Queen’s University in Kingston; the 19 storey Minto Lonsdale Condominium (winning design competition) in Toronto; and the revitalization of the Vernon Civic Center and Library in British Columbia.
Since rejoining Diamond Schmitt Architects in 2014, Graeme has been working on the rehabilitation of the prestigious Government Conference Center in Ottawa. Poised to become a temporary home of the Senate of Canada during the restoration of Center Block on Parliament Hill, the $142M rehabilitation project will transform one of the most important cultural and historic landmarks in Ottawa.
Most recently, Graeme worked on the new David Geffen Hall at the Lincoln Center.
Federal Parliamentary Building
The Senate of Canada requires a temporary Ottawa base...View Project
Papadakis Integrated Sciences Building
Located at the corner of Chestnut and 33rd in...View Project
Maison Symphonique de Montréal
The 2,000-seat auditorium, principally for use by the renowned...View Project