Two Moriyama Teshima Architects’ designed buildings are contenders in this year’s Mississauga Urban Design Awards!
One is the University of Toronto Mississauga Campus Meeting Place Renovation, located in the heritage designated William G. Davis Building. For this project, our team applied creative and innovative solutions to address much needed updates to accessibility standards in this area of the facility. A clean and bold architectural expression was developed for the new addition, to communicate a simple yet powerful geometry that complements the bold language of the existing building, while incorporating barrier free accessibility.
The second is the Sheridan College Hazel McCallion Campus Student Centre completed with Montgomery Sisam Architects. Known as Phase 2A, it offers a dynamic series of student-focused spaces that complement the existing academic infrastructure while supporting and reinforcing the recently developed urban design objectives for the Sheridan Campus and the City of Mississauga. The building’s architectural expression is informed by a number of imperatives: active and engaging student spaces, highly integrated and connected floor plates, openness and legibility of major programmatic elements, and a visible commitment to sustainability.
Both entries are in the Public Project category. Voting period ends July 30th. We appreciate every vote!VOTE HERE