Practice Profile: Moriyama & Teshima Architects

01 May 2020

Moriyama & Teshima Architects (MTA) is a team of architects, planners and designers collaborating with visionary clients to build inspiring and enduring spaces that transform communities and reinforce civic identity. Our extensive portfolio of Canadian and international projects comprises museums and art galleries, university buildings, schools, corporate and government headquarters, recreational facilities, libraries, restoration and renovation projects, and urban/campus planning.

MTA is at the forefront of Sustainability, with two other Mass Timber projects ready to break ground in 2020, including ‘The Arbour’ George Brown College Tall Wood Building and the ‘Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation Headquarters and Multi-tenant Commercial Building’.

To get in touch, call 416 925 4484email marketing@mtarch.com or visit our website https://mtarch.com.

And the shortlist for the 2020 WAN Awards Future Projects - Education category is...

And the shortlist for the 2020 WAN Awards Future Projects - Education category is...

Entries reflect outstanding architecture from around the world

2020 WAN Awards entry: University of Guelph - Ontario Agricultural College Honey Bee Research Centre - Moriyama & Teshima Architects

2020 WAN Awards entry: University of Guelph - Ontario Agricultural College Honey Bee Research Centre - Moriyama & Teshima Architects

University of Guelph - Ontario Agricultural College Honey Bee Research Centre by Moriyama & Teshima Architects is an entry in the Future Projects - Education Category of the 2020 WAN Awards

2019 WAN Awards: ‘The Arbour’ - George Brown College Tall Wood Building - Moriyama & Teshima Architects and Acton Ostry Architects Inc.

2019 WAN Awards: ‘The Arbour’ - George Brown College Tall Wood Building - Moriyama & Teshima Architects and Acton Ostry Architects Inc.

‘The Arbour’ - George Brown College Tall Wood Building - Moriyama & Teshima Architects and Acton Ostry Architects Inc is an entry in the Future Projects - Education category at the 2019 World Architecture News Awards.

Five communities benefit from new education venues

Five communities benefit from new education venues

Improved education facilities for all ages highlighted through WAN Awards