WZMH Architects in Canadian Consulting Engineer

June 17 / 2024

Congratulations to WZMH Architects on the cover feature in Canadian Consulting Engineer‘s May/June issue. The page 12 article discusses how recladding helps clients reach their sustainability goals and profiles two recladding projects undertaken by WZMH Architects: 95 Wellington Street West and 76 Adelaide Street West in downtown Toronto. Photo credit: Canadian Consulting Engineer

Rendering of urban long-term care facility by Montgomery Sisam Architects

Montgomery Sisam in Canadian Architect Magazine

June 07 / 2024

In their article in Canadian Architect Magazine, Alexandra Boissonneault and Santiago Kunzle of Montgomery Sisam Architects share their design insights for the development of age-friendly cities. Proactive design and decision-making are crucial for fostering inclusive communities that meet the needs of older adults with complex health profiles. Integrating long-term care facilities into mixed-use developments could […]


WZMH Architects in Canadian Architect Magazine

June 04 / 2024

WZMH Architects was featured in Canadian Architect for the launch of the WZMH Recladding Guide. Pulling insights from 60 years of practice, the digital guide sheds light on how building envelope redesign can enhance building performance, appearance, and contribute to sustainability targets. “A recladding is a real opportunity to give a building a new voice […]


Geosource Energy & WZMH Architects in Environment Journal

May 28 / 2024

Toronto’s newly reimagined police headquarters, Toronto Police Services – Division 41, will be the first Toronto Police Service building to target Net Zero Carbon Emissions. With architectural design by WZMH Architects and geoexchange technology by Geosource Energy, the project is equipped with geothermal heating and cooling, enhanced energy recovery air handling systems, solar PV generation, […]


The Eddie Hotel & Farm in Design Lines Magazine

May 22 / 2024

Fully renovated in 2022 by Michael von Teichman and Alex Portman, The Eddie Hotel & Farm is an 1860s Loyalist manor house turned hotel in Prince Edward County. Spanning 78 acres of farm land, The Eddie’s warm hospitality, historic interiors, and year-round event offerings make for unique and memorable visits. From weddings and corporate retreats […]

Recipes and objects from local dumpling chefs and restauraters from diverse backgrounds

Mason Studio In Azure Magazine

May 17 / 2024

Congratulations to Mason Studio Inc. for winning Best Event at the 2024 DesignTO Festival Awards. Inspired by Toronto’s cultural diversity, Mason Studio’s Nourish exhibition showcased the dumpling in all its forms to celebrate unity through food. The gallery featured dumpling recipes, culinary works and objects from chefs and restaurateurs of various cultural backgrounds. Nourish included a pop-up dining environment […]

The former Super Save Gas Station, located on Green Mountain Road on reserve lands of the Penticton Indian Band

Cassels in Penticton Herald

May 15 / 2024

Arend J.A. Hoekstra and Jordanna Cyntrynbaum of the Canadian corporate law firm Cassels successfully represented a member of the Penticton Indian Band in a legal dispute with Actton Super-Save Gas Stations Ltd. The Super-Save operated under lease on the lands of the Penticton Indian Band. The B.C. Supreme Court deemed the lease invalid because it […]

ACDO designed a glass-enclosed solarium as part of the project.

ACDO in Azure Magazine

May 06 / 2024

ACDO, a Toronto-based interior design firm, crafted a unique, private retreat in Niagara-on-the-Lake that fuses global inspiration with local materials and beauty. Spanning two penthouse units in a mid-construction condominium, ACDO designed secluded zones amidst open spaces in the 929 square meter space. The design also incorporated the client’s extensive art collection sourced from various […]


Montgomery Sisam in The Globe and Mail

April 26 / 2024

Montgomery Sisam Architects designed Sheridan College’s new student union building on Hazel McCallian Campus to foster interconnections among school communities. Equipped with multi-purpose spaces and floors, the “jigsaw puzzle” design allows for “complementary uses so that certain spaces can have an overlap … The idea is to create opportunity for accidental interaction.” – Daniel Ling, […]


Cassels in Windspeaker News

April 12 / 2022

The Supreme Court’s decision “improves access to justice for Indigenous communities who are often juggling community needs while also trying to defend and advance their Sect. 35 rights in trust. Reconciliation should make it so they don’t have to choose between one or the other.” — Grace Wu, an associate of the Aboriginal Law Group […]