We’re looking forward to opening our studio at 50 Park Road to the public for Doors Open Toronto, on Saturday, May 27, from 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. with last admittance at 4:30 p.m.

We will also be offering free presentations throughout the day, sharing insights from some of our current projects in Toronto as part of the Toronto Society of Architects (TSA) Open Studio program.

11:00 a.m., Yvonne Lam: Transforming Toronto’s Waterfront: What’s next for East Bayfront, Quayside and Queens Quay East

1:00 p.m., Mark Langridge: A Bridge to Somewhere: Two crossings in ravine settings close to Yonge & Bloor

3:00 p.m., Megan Torza: Architecture in Parks: Designing for community use at Tommy Thompson Park, Dufferin Grove and Bluffer’s Beach

Visitors to DTAH’s studio will learn about the evolution of the important modernist building that sits in the Rosedale Valley ravine in the heart of downtown. See the working environment of a leading architecture, landscape architecture and urban design firm and the transformation of the original headquarters of the Ontario Association of Architects. Recognized as an OAA landmark building and listed as a heritage property, the building and site speak directly to DTAH's philosophy which for five decades has worked to respect, preserve, and enhance the public realm, while celebrating the intersection of built and natural form.

DTAH has had the honour of helping to shape many beloved places across the city, through our expertise in urban design, landscape architecture, and architecture. Projects that we have worked on which are also participating in Doors Open include: Artscape Wychwood Barns, Danforth Garage, Cummer Church, Fort York National Historic Site, and Parkdale Arts and Cultural Centre – part of the future Parkdale Hub.