WZMH Architects (formerly known as the Webb Zerafa Menkes Housden Partnership) is an architecture company based in Toronto, Canada. The firm was founded in 1961. Since its inception, WZMH has built a reputation on innovative design, technical expertise and dynamic leadership.
The firm’s expertise encompasses all aspects of the architectural process from master planning, site evaluation and feasibility studies, through the design and construction documentation phases, to the final selection of finishes and fittings for building interiors.
The firm’s experience spans significant institutional and corporate projects, courthouse design, hotel and conference facilities, data centres, retail and office developments, resort and entertainment complexes, educational and residential buildings, as well as a number of major master plan studies. Project locations range from dense urban downtown sites to suburban, stand-alone facilities. All of these projects included diverse client and user groups with complex programming and technical requirements.
In recent years, the firm has successfully incorporated sustainable principles into the majority of its projects and has received numerous domestic and international LEED awards.
- 222 Jarvis Street Sustainable Building Renewal, Toronto
- CSEC Long-Term Accommodation, Ottawa
- Durham Region Courthouse, Oshawa
- Quinte Courthouse, Belleville, Ontario
- Canadian Space Agency, St. Hubert, Quebec
- Canadian Embassy, Warsaw, Poland
- Public Institution for Social Security Headquarters (PIFFS), Kuwait
- Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Abu Dhabi
- Nova Scotia Power Corporate Headquarters, Halifax
- Shanghai Securities Exchange Building, Shanghai
- BCC Data Centre, Ontario
- WaterPark Place, Toronto
- Bay Adelaide Centre, Toronto
- Royal Bank Plaza, Toronto
- Centennial Place, Calgary
- Scotia Plaza, Toronto
- CN Tower, Toronto
- Nile Plaza - Four Seasons Hotel, Cairo
- Caesars Windsor, Windsor
- Casino Rama, Rama, Ontario
- San Stefano, Alexandria, Egypt
- Nile Ritz-Carlton, Cairo
- Parkway Forest Re-Urbanization and Emerald City, Toronto
Calgary Municipal Building
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