Hariri Pontarini Architects

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Hariri Pontarini Architects is a Toronto-based architectural practice founded by Siamak Hariri and David Pontarini.

Hariri Pontarini Architects was the recipient of the Royal Architecture Institute of Canada's (RAIC) 2013 Architectural Firm Award,[1] the 2006 Governor General's Medal in Architecture for the Schulich School of Business at York University,[2] and the World Architecture News (WAN) Award for the Bahá’í Temple of South America.[3] Additional awards of note include two recent Canadian Architect Magazine 2013 Awards of Excellence, one for the Faculty of Law at the University of Toronto[4] and the other for the addition and renovation of Casey House (Toronto, Ontario).[5]

Established in 1994, HPA’s first critically acclaimed project was for McKinsey & Company's Toronto headquarters, which became one of the youngest buildings to be designated with Heritage Status by the City of Toronto.[6] Most of the firm's work is in Canada and mainly in Toronto, but also include clients in:

Portfolio of Notable Buildings[edit]

Portfolio of Buildings in Progress[edit]

  • The Bahá’í Temple of South America (Bahá’í International Community) - Santiago, Chile
  • One Bloor, Toronto, Canada
  • Five Condos at 5 St. Joseph, Toronto, Canada
  • Alliance Française de Toronto, Canada
  • Casey House (Toronto, Ontario), Canada
  • The Massey Tower (which includes the renovation of 197 Yonge Street), Toronto, Canada
  • B-Street Condos, Toronto, Canada
  • 277 Davenport, Toronto, Canada
  • Edmonton Arena District Development, Edmonton, Alberta

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External links[edit]

  • Hariri Pontarini Architects [1]