Diamond Schmitt’s Evergreen Summer Solstice

If it’s Summer Solstice, it’s the annual client-appreciation party of Diamond Schmitt Architects
(DSA), which always draws an interesting cross-section of movers and shakers. The
33rd annual installment took place at Evergreen Brick Works.

Photo credit: David Lasker

DSA partners Donald Schmitt and Jack Diamond, wearing his Order of Canada pin.
Krister Holmes, architect, DSA; Antoni Wisniowski, president, business development, Municipal Property Assessment Corporation; Judith Martin, architect, DSA; and Antoni’s brother Andrew, project director at Ottawa’s National Arts Centre, which DSA recently renovated.
Melony Ward, publisher, Canada’s History Society; former anchor for CBC TV’s late, lamented This Week in Parliament Don Newman, senior counsel at political PR firm, Navigator, wearing his Order of Canada pin; and DSA associate Sarah Low.
Hugo Flammin, architectural designer, and Bryan Chartier, interior design director, DSA.
Liviu Budur, associate and Michael Leckman, principal, DSA.