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Congratulations to Hariri Pontarini Architects and KPMB Architects, our partners on two projects that have won the 2022 Governor General’s Medals in Architecture. The prestigious biennial award is presented by the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada and Canada Council for the Arts in recognition of exceptional designs by the country’s leading architects.
A set of watercolour sketches including a dramatic swirl were first steps in distilling the design inspiration for the Nicol Building, a unique new home of Carleton University’s Sprott School of Business in Ottawa, architect Siamak Hariri says.
"The Barrett Centre for Technology Innovation (BCTI) - the first Net Zero Energy building for Humber College and registered to achieve LEED Platinum certification - is a flagship building for the campus."
"Block 8 is a three-building development in Toronto’s 80-hectare West Don Lands. The brownfield site has a patchwork of neighbours: the brick warehouses of the Distillery District, the glass and steel of the Canary District, and the last vestiges of an industrial waterfront."