Fort York named one of the top 10 Toronto Buildings from the last 5 years

BlogTo has named Fort York as one of the top ten Toronto Buildings from the last 5 years. The stunning building officially opened in September 2014 and is the result of a partnership between Kearns Mancini Architects and Patkau Architects. Considered the ‘birthplace of Toronto,’ the Fort is home to...

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Kearns Mancini and Heneghan Peng selected as Architects of the Canadian Canoe Museum

We are proud to announce that Kearns Mancini Architects, with Heneghan Peng Architects, have been selected to design the Canadian Canoe Museum! In the museum's press-release , Lisa Rochon, Chair of the Canadian Canoe Museum Selection Committee, commented: Ultimately, the jury awarded the heneghan...

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Vote for the Design of the New Canadian Canoe Museum!

Kearns Mancini Architects, in collaboration with Heneghan Peng Architects, have been shortlisted to a group of five finalists that will compete to design the New Canadian Canoe Museum, in Peterborough, Ontario. The shortlisted firms were recently in Peterborough to present their respective projects...

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Tony Mancini named Fellow of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada

Tony Mancini was recently named a Fellow of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC), joining 36 of his contemporaries representing great Canadian architecture from coast to coast. The RAIC annually bestows Fellowships in recognition of outstanding achievement. Selection criteria include...

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Ireland Park Featured in BlogTO

Ireland Park was recently featured on BlogTO's list of the most underrated parks in Toronto. With over 1600 various green spaces across the city, the article focuses on those parks which fly under the radar for most Torontonians. You can read the BlogTO piece, by Derek Flack, here. The following is...

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Fort York Visitor Centre Featured in Kingwest Magazine

The soon-to-be-completed Fort York Visitor Centre by Kearns Mancini Architects and Patkau Architects was recently featured in Kingwest Magazine in an article entitled 'Battle Ground'. The article, by Toronto-based architecture critic Christopher Hume, focuses on how the visitor centre will...

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Ireland Park featured in National Post

Kearns Mancini's Ireland Park re-opening is featured in the National Post. Read about it, here.

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Upper House featured in the Toronto Star

Kearns Mancini's recently designed Upper House project was featured in the Toronto Star. The article focuses on how the building is desigend to accomodate the shift from single-family dwelling to multi-unit housing. Read about it, here.

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Kearns Mancini featured in The Globe And Mail

Kearns Mancini Architects are featured in The Globe And Mail in an article entitled 'At the intersection between architecture and activism'. The article describes the firm's approach as one which integrates architecure and social responsibility, and summarizes Kearns Mancini as a firm which seeks...

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Christopher Hume reviews George Brown College's CHCA

Toronto Star's architecture critic Christopher Hume comments on the quality of the George Brown College Chefs' House + Culinary Arts building.

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Kearns Mancini featured in No Mean City

No Mean City author Alex Bozikovic has written an article that reviews Kearns Mancini's efforts to bring a Brutalist building back to life. Read about it, here.

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