B.Sc., M.Arch., OAA Intern
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Ronen graduated from the University of Toronto Faculty of Architecture with his Masters degree in Architecture. Joining Moriyama & Teshima in 2005, Ronen became an Associate in 2012. With over ten years experience as a designer and project architect his experience includes a variety of high profile museum, university, college, school, and library projects. He brings a strong sense of design and sensibility to all his projects and has applied his experience working on a variety of museums and civic space projects.
A talented designer and interpreter of design intentions, Ronen Bauer has demonstrated his expertise as the lead designer for the Canon Canada Headquarters, the Niagara Falls History Museum, Waterloo Region Museum, and Lakehead University’s LEED Platinum Academic Building. His Special Collections Rotunda, Idea Gardens, Global Connect Wall and other innovative interior elements have helped to transform the Toronto Reference Library, Canada’s largest public reference library, from an introverted research institution into a vibrant cultural venue and urban gathering place. Other cultural buildings and learning environments include the Engineering and Food Processing Technology Building for Conestoga College in Cambridge, and the landmark Delegation of the Ismaili Imamat in Ottawa, in association with Maki and Associates of Japan.