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Firm Name: Diamond and Schmitt Architects Incorporated
Address: 384 Adelaide Street West, Suite 100
City: Toronto
Province: Ontario
Country: Canada
Postal Code: M5V 1R7
Phone: 416.862.8800
Fax: 416.862.5508
E-Mail: info@dsai.ca
Website: http://www.dsai.ca
Organization: Corporation
Principals: Donald Schmitt
Sydney Browne
Michael Treacy
Michael Szabo
Firm Profile: Diamond Schmitt Architects is a leading Canadian full-service architectural practice. We work throughout North America, Europe, the Caribbean and the Middle East and design a broad range of building types for cultural, civic, academic, healthcare, residential and commercial property clients. In the last five years we have designed more than 10 million square feet of completed space.

Established in 1975, Diamond Schmitt Architects Incorporated has achieved national and international recognition for innovative design excellence in a broad range of building types. The firm is known and respected for responsible project management and budget control. Since 2004, we have been the only Canadian architecture firm to be named among Canada's 50 Best Managed Companies.

A dedicated and principled approach to all aspects of design delivers buildings that consistently meet and exceed client expectations.
Areas of Practice: Commercial
Cultural
Education
Health Care
Heritage Restoration
Hospitality
Hotels
Institutional
Laboratories & Research Facilities
Office
Performing Arts
Recreational
Renovation
Residential Multiple
Residential Single
Retail
Other
Additional Services: Interior Design
Planning
Urban Design
Experience Profile: Our clients include Fortune 500 companies and top academic, research and healthcare instititutions in North America. Civic, provincial, federal and foreign governments are among our clients as are leading performing arts and cultural organizations. We work with commercial and residential developers, nonprofit groups as well as individual clients.
Awards: Diamond Schmitt has received more than 300 regional, national and international awards for design, including seven Governor General's Awards for architecture.