Diamond Schmitt Architects returns to Doors Open Toronto (May 26-27) with two afternoons (open from 1 to 5 p.m.) of presentations around this year’s theme of city building. Architects will discuss current projects in Toronto, across Canada and abroad.
Visitors will learn about soon-to-open buildings – including the Regent Park Arts & Culture Centre, Bridgepoint Hospital and the adjacent renovated Don Jail, the Ryerson Image Centre, and the Sick Kids’ Hospital Research and Learning Tower. Other projects to be featured are the New Mariinsky opera house in St. Petersburg, Russia; condominium, academic, library designs as well as master plans round out 14 different presentations over the two days of Doors Open.
Architectural videos, renderings, models, plans and photography will also be on display.
Jack Diamond gets things going on Saturday, May 26 at 1:30 p.m. with a talk on city building. Presentations will take place on the half-hour between 1:30 and 5:00 p.m. on both days and will be led by members of the renowned Toronto-based architecture firm. Diamond Schmitt Architects at Doors Open Toronto takes place at the company’s studio office located at 384 Adelaide St. W. (just east of Spadina Avenue). The event is free and wheelchair accessible.
For more information, please contact Paul French. director of communications, Diamond Schmitt Architects:
416 862-8800 x454; email@example.com.