B+H Architects

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B+H Architects
Private company
Industry Architecture, Interior Design, Urban planning
Founded 1953
Founder Sidney Bregman, George Frederick Hamann
Headquarters Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Number of employees
Website www.bharchitects.com

B+H Architects or BH Architects (formerly known as Bregman + Hamann Architects), founded in 1953, is one of the largest architecture, interior design and urban planning firms in the world with over 450 architects, designers, planners and support teams working from offices in Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary, Seattle, Shanghai, Beijing, Hong Kong, Singapore, Ho Chi Minh City, Delhi, Doha and Dubai.

B+H’s body of work spans all sectors including commercial, entertainment, healthcare, hospitality, industrial, institutional, residential, retail, sports, and transportation. The firm has also collaborated with many international architects including: Santiago Calatrava, Daniel Libeskind, and Ludwig Mies van der Rohe.

In 2014, B+H ranked among the top 50 largest architecture firms around the world by British magazine Building Design.[1]


The firm was founded by two young Canadian architects from the University of Toronto Sidney Bregman (Born in Warsaw, Poland - died February 9, 2014) - Toronto[2]) and George Frederick Hamann (June 14, 1928 in Toronto - February 9, 2013 in Newmarket, Ontario).[3] Hamann left the firm in 1987.

Current and Past Projects[edit]

North America[edit]


  • Inter IKEA, Wuxi and Wuhan
  • Gleneagles Medini Hospital, Malaysia
  • Changi General Hospital, Singapore
  • Sandhill Plaza, Shanghai
  • YCIS International School, interior design, Shanghai
  • Ordos Airport, Inner Mongolia
  • Sephora Flagship Store, Shanghai
  • Paul & Shark Flagship Store, Hong Kong
  • New Shanghai International Tower, Shanghai
  • Shanghai Hong Kong New World Tower, Shanghai
  • You You International Plaza, Shanghai
  • Microsoft Zizhu Campus, Shanghai
  • Özdilek Centre, Istanbul
  • Survam Knowledge Park, Gurgaon, Haryana, India
  • Xiamen International Conference Centre, Xiamen
  • Xiamen Gaoqi International Airport, Xiamen
  • Haikou Meilan Airport Terminal, Haikou
  • Sun Life Financial Centre, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City, Philippines
  • Changsha Huanghua International Airport Terminal, Changsha
  • Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport, Hangzhou

Collaboration Projects[edit]


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