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By truly engaging with our clients, and leading them to the best possible solution, together we can achieve amazing results. In particular, we channel our passion and creativity towards sustainable and enduring solutions with intelligent functionality and inspired imagination.
In 2011, based on Kearns Mancini's longstanding relationship with the Bank of Montreal, the firm provided a complete re-design of BMO's flagship branch in the financial district of Toronto, Ontario.
In 2011, George Brown College retained Kearns Mancini to transform the 3rd, 5th and 6th floors of the former Toronto Sun Building into the Centre of Arts & Design and the School of English as a Second Language for International Immigration.
University of Toronto Mississauga
This short-listed proposal for the design of the University of Toronto Mississauga's North Building Expansion was designed to respond to its distinctive context. UTM is a unique campus, with a growing reputation in academic achievement and a bucolic setting amongst mature woodlands.
Phase 1B is the second phase of the CAMH multi-year campus redevelopment, based on a master plan developed by Kearns Mancini and its partners.
Under tight budget considerations and a significant need to revitalize their aging campus cafeteria, Centennial College retained Kearns Mancini to develop a material palette, furniture selection, flooring and lighting strategy that would maximize the client’s budget and bring the space into the 21st century.
Brookfield Office Properties came to Kearns Mancini to devise a new strategic direction for the development and expansion of one of their marquee buildings, First Canadian Place's food court "The Terrace".
Base vertical spacing, this spacing changes on the lower breakpoints based on the project setup. It could be overwritten on the specific lower breakpoints (Advanced).
City Of Toronto
In December 2009, Kearns Mancini Architects and Patkau Architects won a National Competition to design and construct a new Visitor Centre at the Fort York National Historic Site, located in downtown Toronto.
Located in a new 30-story office tower situated on Toronto’s waterfront, Kearns Mancini delivered a sophisticated and environmentally sensitive working environment for one of Canada’s largest banks.
The George Brown College Centre for Hospitality and Culinary Arts & the Chefs’ House Restaurant demonstrate Kearns Mancini Architects’ ability to deliver buildings that delight with natural light, colour, and transparency, representing a brand-statement for our clients.
Toronto District School Board
Kearns Mancini's renovation of and addition to the Kennedy Public School involved a complex level of integration between the existing school and new spaces, resulting in a design that embraced natural light, transparency and the sensitive integration of colour, which effectively marry the old and the new.
University Of Toronto
This short-listed proposal for the Kaneff Expansion at the University of Toronto is simple, yet elegant - in form, structure and material palette. The infill and expansion design transforms the existing Rotunda with a highly transparent, light-filled space that effectively provides for a gateway to the campus.
University of Waterloo
An addition and renovation to an existing building at the University of Waterloo, Kearns Mancini's design of the new Health Services Building successfully establishes a dialogue between the existing and the new through building massing and transparency, while also leveraging programmatic elements within the entire building complex.
University of Guelph
Built in 1914, the Reynolds building at the University of Guelph had not been renovated since 1970. Kearns Mancini Architects along with Mettko Construction were the successful Design Build team selected to complete the renovation.
After an extensive selection process, Kearns Mancini Architects was chosen to undertake the important renewal of the Knox Presbyterian Church. The design aims to address the church's significant maintenance deficits and prepare the site for the future.
As a way of embracing and encouraging multiculturalism, Ryerson University developed an innovative program to welcome and support international students in their pursuit of a Canadian education. Through this, the Ryerson English as an Additional Language (REAL) Institute was born.
Canadian Canoe Museum
The elegant design for the Canadian Canoe Museum is the result of a Joint Venture between Heneghan Peng, Dublin and Kearns Mancini Architects, Toronto. Now in production, this design was selected in a two stage process from an international line up of architects.
University of Toronto Institute of Aerospace Studies
The Microsatellite Science & Technology Centre (MSTC) for the University of Toronto Institute for Aerospace Studies (UTIAS) is a networking hub for Canadian researchers developing nanotechnology and microsatellites for use in space.
Ireland Park Foundation
Located on Toronto’s waterfront, Ireland Park was established as a tribute to the shared heritage between Canada & Ireland. The park occupies a location signifying the 'Arrival' of Irish Famine immigrants who first landed on Canadian shores, in 1847.
Algonquin and Lakeshore Catholic District School Board
Kearns Mancini’s design for a new elementary school in Marmora, Ontario, was one which sought to improve community engagement by means of creating a building that was placed in direct relationship to the vital buildings in the surrounding context.
Kearns Mancini is the Executive Architect for the interior fit-outs of Deloitte's 420,000 square feet Toronto offices. Kearns Mancini is working alongside Arney Fender Katsalidis (a London based design practice) to implement a Functional Program and Schematic Design for the new workplace.
Rouge Valley Health System
Kearns Mancini's project for a health clinic and residential care facility successfully integrates the programs of assisted housing and a community clinic by promoting combined social and physical health as a means to create a sense of place.
University of Windsor
This short-listed response to the University of Windsor's call for a design proposal for its new campus Welcome Centre provided an opportunity to explore concepts of place-making and situatedness. The building was to have a dual organizing function within the wider campus context - both as a gateway and a pivotal hinge.