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Archilecture

Poster for Archilecture

 

 

Donald Schmitt is a well-known Canadian architect whose practice is built on the transformative power of design. As a principal of Diamond Schmitt Architects, he is committed to the design of architecture that transcends convention and enriches everyday life. He is passionate about functionality, innovation, elegance, and sustainability. 

 

Don is the Founding Chair of the Public Art Commission for the City of Toronto for which he was awarded the Civic Medal and is currently a member of the University of Toronto Design Review Panel.  He served on the Design Review Panel of the National Capital Commission for over a decade and for many years for Waterfront Toronto.

 

His recent designs include the transformation of the National Arts Centre and the Senate of Canada Building in Ottawa; the Gilgan Centre for Research and Learning at Sick Children’s Hospital; Emily Carr University of Art + Design in Vancouver; Lazaridis Hall at Wilfrid Laurier University; and the compact mixed-use, transit connected, pedestrian oriented SmartCentres Place in Vaughan, at 20 million square feet, one of North America’s ground breaking new urban neighbourhoods.

 

Donald Schmitt is a Member of the Order of Canada

 

VISUAL ARTS AND THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT [VABE]

THURSDAY, JANUARY 30, 2020 @ 7:00 PM

PERFORMANCE HALL, AMOURIES BUILDING, SCHOOL OF CREATIVE ARTS

37 University Avenue East, Windsor, ON N9A 3A4