DTAH is committed to design with a conscience. We stand up for what we believe in. We care about undertaking work that is socially inclusive and relevant, and that contributes to the betterment of our cities and communities.
Collaboratively. We believe that the most successful projects are a result of open, honest and continuous dialogue between all parties involved – our client, design team, consultants, other stakeholders, and the community at large. Within the studio, collaboration between senior and junior staff encourages design innovation while providing great mentorship to the young and talented studio team.
We aim to deliver projects that are greater than the sum of their parts, which enhance the lives of their users, as well as honour their specific environments and surrounding communities. Project delivery is our strength, and respecting both schedule and budget is essential to the success of every assignment.
Design Review Panel Hall of Fame Award, the WaveDecks
Award of Merit – Large Building Category, Lieutenant Governor's Award for Excellence in Architecture, Eltuek Arts Centre
Design Excellence Award, Tommy Thompson Park Pavilion
Architectural Merit - Cast in Place, Tommy Thompson Park Pavilion
National Award of Excellence, Mississauga Reimagining the Mall
Built Heritage Award, Eltuek Arts Centre
Design Excellence Award, Senate of Canada Building
OALA-OPPI, London, 2022
Footbridge Conference, Madrid, 2022
RAIC Virtual Conference on Architecture, 2022
National Trust Conference, Winnipeg, 2019
IDS, Toronto, 2017
BRIDGE Conference, Ironbridge, 2017
Landscapes Paysages Magazine, Winter 2021
Landscapes Paysages Magazine, Fall 2021
Canadian Architect, April 19, 2021
The Globe and Mail, April 13, 2021
The Globe and Mail, February 7, 2020
While our capabilities are broad, we cultivate a culture that seeks a profound understanding of our craft and supports the pursuit of excellence at every level.See Our Work