Brown and Storey Architects (B+SA) is a Canadian architecture practice based in Toronto, Ontario. Set up in 1981 by James Brown and Kim Storey –daughter of architect Joseph Storey– the office is made up of multi-disciplinary professionals –urban designers, architects, landscape designers, technologists and visualization experts– producing designs and research studies in public space, urbanism, infrastructure, and recreation landscape. B+SA is well known for their design of Yonge-Dundas Square, Toronto’s busiest public space.
The work of Brown and Storey Architects has been recognized and awarded in local and international competitions including Toronto Historical Board Commendation for Garrison Creek Demonstration Project and Toronto Urban Design Award for College Street Masterplan . As well, awards for Yonge-Dundas Square were received from Canadian Architect and Progressive Architecture. The office’s work has been published and presented in Canada and the U.S., and has been exhibited in many venues including New York, Milan, Venice Biennale VI International Exhibition of Architecture, University of Toronto, UIA Congress in Barcelona, and Fuori Uso in Pescara.