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
Practice Shore Tilbe Irwin + Partners
Buildings

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.

Irwin trained at the University of Toronto, at Harvard University and at the Royal College of Art in England. In 1964 he received the British Prix de Rome in Architecture.[1]

Irwin 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). He has been a partner of the firm since 1971.[3][irrelevant citation][2]

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  1. ^ a b "Jury Members". City of Mississauga. Retrieved 2 November 2014. 
  2. ^ a b "Hazel McCallion Academic Learning Centre Team Biographies". University of Toronto. Retrieved 2 November 2014. 
  3. ^ "People / Stephen Irwin". Shore Tilbe Irwin and Partners. 

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