Stephen Irwin (architect)

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Stephen Irwin
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Stephen Irwin in his office at Shore Tilbe Irwin + Partners in Toronto
Born 1940s
Nationality Canadian
Alma mater Harvard University
Awards Prix de Rome
Practice Shore Tilbe Irwin + Partners
Buildings Metropolitan Toronto Police Headquarters, the Xerox Research Centre in Mississauga, Ontario, the Queen's University Bioscience Complex, the Purdy's Wharf Office Complex in Nova Scotia, and the Mississauga Central Library.

Stephen Irwin RAIC, RIBA, OAA, BArch, MArch (born c. 1944) is a Canadian architect and "partner emeritus" of Shore Tilbe Irwin + Partners in Toronto, Ontario.

According to the firm's profile of Irwin, Irwin graduated from Harvard University, received the British Prix de Rome, and became a member of the Royal College of Art. He began his design career in 1962 in Sweden, for Gronwall-Hirsch, and worked for one year in London, England, for Hugh Casson, Conder & Partners. He returned to Canada in 1965, where he joined Shore & Moffat (now Shore Tilbe Irwin + Partners), and has been a partner of the firm since 1971.[1][irrelevant citation] Irwin's portfolio includes numerous projects, such as the Metropolitan Toronto Police Headquarters, the Xerox Research Centre in Mississauga, Ontario, the Queen's University Bioscience Complex, the Purdy's Wharf Office Complex in Nova Scotia, and the Mississauga Central Library.[1][irrelevant citation]

As the firm's senior Design Partner, Stephen Irwin has been responsible for the conceptual design of many of Shore Tilbe Irwin & Partners' most memorable projects. A graduate of Harvard University, Stephen is a recipient of the Prix de Rome (RIBA) and a member of the Royal College of Art (RCA), Stephen began his design career in 1962 in Sweden for Gronwall-Hirsch and worked for one year in London, England for Hugh Casson, Conder & Partners. He returned to Canada in 1965 where he joined Shore & Moffat and has been a partner of the firm since 1971. A multi-award winning designer, Stephen's portfolio includes numerous significant projects including the Metropolitan Toronto Police Headquarters, the Xerox Research Centre in Mississauga, the Queen's University Bioscience Complex in Kingston, the Purdy's Wharf Office Complex in Nova Scotia, and the Mississauga Central Library.[1][irrelevant citation]

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  1. ^ a b c "People / Stephen Irwin". Shore Tilbe Irwin and Partners. 

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