We are an award-winning healthcare architectural firm in Toronto Canada, providing contemporary healthcare and hospital design services, focusing on patient experience and delivery of care, with our latest BIM (Building Information Modeling/Management) system and intensive experiences in sustainable healthcare design. Located in Toronto, Canada, we provide healthcare architectural services to clients from Canada, USA, Portugal, Japan and China. Our healthcare architects with diverse backgrounds understand different cultural needs. Canada healthcare architect Canada healthcare architectural firm Canada healthcare architecture Canada healthcare facility planning Toronto healthcare architect Toronto healthcare architectural firm Toronto healthcare architecture Toronto healthcare facility planning Canada architect Canadian architect architect in toronto architects. Toronto architect Toronto architects to design medical centre, medical center, clinic, healthcare health care school language school language learning school > private school > school design > healthcare design > health care design > Residential and commercial architects in Toronto and the Greater Toronto Area (GTA): >Minor Variance > rezoning > Custom home >New homes and vacation properties > Additions, renovations, interior alterations > Commercial and office Interior design > New construction > Custom design > Facelift > Restaurant design > Restaurant permit > Banquet hall design > Banquet hall permit > Toronto zoning > Lethbridge zoning > calgary zoning Toronto green architects, sustainable architecture in Toronto, first rammed earth house, first energy net zero house in Toronto area, Canadian architect designing sustainable architecture Toronto architect deliver susainable architectural solutions, interior physio clinic, physiotherapy clinic interior design, Toronto medical building design, architectural design, planning of IVF, or fertility clinic, Toronto daycare design, children care design, Ontario daycare, Ministry of Education daycare design guidelines, medical marijuana license, medical marijuana facility planning, medical marijuana permit, medical marijuana facility design, medical marijuana centre design.


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Our multicultural practice benefits from each of our team members’ diverse set of skills and experience.

With a team comprised of Canadian and International design talent, our firm is dedicated to creating a positive workplace culture, inclusive of culture, age, gender, race, sexual orientation and disability. In this way we may better address the challenges faced by individuals in the designed environment, and foster innovation in the healthcare, and educational fields.

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The marker of a well-designed space, in terms of functionality and for the mind is when everything has a rightful place, and is easily accessible, but is out of sight when not in use. This simple yet powerful idea lends itself to the feeling of wellbeing. A carefully and thoughtfully designed space will consider how to maximize efficiency, reduce clutter and enhance the overall function of the space to the highest degree.

We have found the concept of flow and fluidity of movement to be easily applicable to other typologies of design including childcare, education, and residential architecture.

Reducing excess movement can allow professionals to conserve energy and focus more closely on the task at hand. In a healthcare setting, this can improve the quality of patient care and allow physicians to comfortably see more patients daily. In an education setting, it can foster a sense of independence in children as they go through their daily routines, and in a residential environment it allows a feeling of peace when returning home after the end of a long day.

Wellbeing can also result from the atmosphere of a space. Once an efficient floor plan has been devised, other elements can also be considered that help contribute to the positive interior experience. Our designers consider spatial volume, daylighting, views to the outdoors, the tactile experience of materials, colour psychology, and sound acoustics. It is through these elements of design that we can deliver a positive interior environment that can enhance wellbeing through resilient architecture.