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Company:
Zeidler Partnership Architects
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Location:
  • 200-315 Queen St W
  • Toronto, ON
  • M5V2X2

Contact Information

Telephone:
416-596-8300
Alternate Telephone:
Fax:
416-596-1408
Email:
info@zeidler.com
Markets:
Algeria, Bahamas, Barbados, Bermuda, Brazil, Cayman Islands, China, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Germany, Haiti, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Jamaica, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, Netherlands Antilles, Puerto Rico, Russian Federation, Singapore, Spain, Taiwan, Thailand, Trinidad and Tobago, Turks and Caicos Islands, United Kingdom, United States
Number of Employees:
101-500
Year Established:
1880-12-01
Industries Classification:
541410  Interior Design Services
541310  Architectural Services
Total Sales ($CDN):
$10,000,000 to $24,999,999
Updated on:
2017-02-09,  Industry Canada
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Zeidler Partnership Architects

Company Profile

Zeidler Partnership Architects is a Canadian architectural firm focused on design excellence, innovation and working with clients in a range of complex project types. One of the longest continually running practices in North America, we are based in Toronto, Ontario, and we are an international firm with offices in Calgary (Zeidler BKDI), Victoria, London, Berlin, Beijing, Chengdu, and Abu Dhabi. Senior partner Vaidila Banelis, and partners Rob Eley, Jurgen Henze, Andrea Richardson, and Ping Zhang, lead a dedicated team whose architectural vision is informed by sound practical expertise. Our ability to create engaging and inspiring buildings has been recognized by more than 160 awards, including eight Governor General?s Medals, Canada?s highest architectural honour, and five legacy Landmark Awards from the Ontario Association of Architects. We celebrate these achievements with our clients and we share with them the ongoing stories as these buildings stand the test of time. Quality is the foundation of our practice ? quality of design, process, and service. We believe that excellent architecture emerges from a project?s physical and social relationships with its surroundings, and from a client?s unique culture. Our goal is to fulfill each client?s functional and economic requirements while evoking a positive response from the people who will use the space. The result is buildings that are a pleasure to own and to be in ? buildings that are at once enduring, relevant, and inventive, buildings that contribute to their communities and are catalysts for new ways of thinking.

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  • Architect - Entertainment Zeidler Partnership Architects has developed a significant reputation in this area of design with a large number of indoor and open-air venues. These include the award-winning Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts (West Palm Beach) and many projects in the Toronto area: the Toronto Centre for the Arts, the Living Arts Centre in Mississauga, Ontario Science Centre’s OMNIMAX Theatre, Premiere Dance Theatre, and Lorraine Kimsa Theatre for Young People (Young People’s Theatre). Amphitheatre experience includes the Ontario Place Forum (Toronto), as well as Vancouver’s Ontario Pavilion at Expo ‘86 and Canada Place. The firm also designed Cinedom, a 13-screen cinema complex in Cologne which has become Germany’s most successful cinema.

  • Architect - Urban and Master Planning Zeidler Partnership has been involved in numerous planning projects in North America and overseas including MediaPark (Cologne), Yerba Buena Gardens (San Francisco), Liberty Place – Phase II (Philadelphia), BNI City (Jakarta), Spree Centre (Berlin), Port East (London) and the Shahara Tourist City (Egypt). Toronto area projects include the Marathon Railway Lands, St. Lawrence Neighbourhood, Ontario Place, Harbour City, Mississauga City Centre and Pickering Town Centre.

  • Architect - Office Buildings - High Rise The firm has designed a wide range of office structures. Projects include: Torre Mayor (Mexico City); CapiTel Group Office Tower (Beijing); Tower 24 (Frankfurt); Rogers Office Campus, (Toronto); Eaton Tower (Toronto); BNI City (Jakarta); Cadillac Tower (Toronto); One Dundas Street West (Toronto); 777 Dunsmuir Street at Pacific Centre (Vancouver); Marathon Railway Lands Development (Toronto); The Gallery at Harborplace (Baltimore), Place Montréal Trust (Montréal), and Knightsbridge Green (London).

  • Architect - Recreation Any review of the firm’s recreational experience must begin with Ontario Place, an award-winning waterfront park consisting of 90 acres of man-made islands and lagoons in Toronto, enjoyed by more than three million people every year as well as Niagara Fallsview Casino and Resort. Zeidler Partnership has also designed the Ontario Pavilion at Expo ’86 (Vancouver), Suhl Civic Centre (Germany), Port East (London), Mont Ste. Marie Resort (Quebec), YMCAs in Peterborough and Belleville, and Centennial Centre (Scarborough).

  • Architect - Performance Centres Zeidler Partnership Architects has developed a significant reputation in this area of design with a large number of indoor and open-air venues. These include the award-winning Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts (West Palm Beach) and many projects in the Toronto area: the Toronto Centre for the Arts, the Living Arts Centre in Mississauga, Ontario Science Centre’s OMNIMAX Theatre, Premiere Dance Theatre, and Lorraine Kimsa Theatre for Young People (Young People’s Theatre). Amphitheatre experience includes the Ontario Place Forum (Toronto), as well as Vancouver’s Ontario Pavilion at Expo ‘86 and Canada Place. The firm also designed Cinedom, a 13-screen cinema complex in Cologne which has become Germany’s most successful cinema.

  • Architect - Office Buildings - Low Rise The firm has designed a wide range of office structures. Smaller headquarters include Toronto’s 425 Bloor Street East and College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario, as well as Queensway Corporate Campus and the Canadian Red Cross Society National Office (Ottawa).

  • Architect - Education - Post-Secondary Zeidler Partnership has designed more than 40 post-secondary facilities. Recent work includes Ryerson University's Student Learning Centre, Mohawk College's Cummings Library and Collaboratory, York University’'s General Academic and Performing Arts Building, Wilfrid Laurier University’s Research and Academic Buildings; ZPA also designed the earlier School of Business and Economics and the Arts C Wing (Additions and Renovations) for Wilfrid Laurier University. A signature project, the Center of Marine Biotechnology in Baltimore, Maryland, houses the University of Maryland’s Center of Marine Biotechnology. Other projects include the University of Toronto’s Joseph L. Rotman School of Management, the Innis College Residence and University College’s Sir Daniel Wilson Residence addition; the Sheridan College H Wing Complex in Oakville; the Institute of Applied Health Sciences for Mohawk College and McMaster University; University of Guelph’s Physical Sciences Building; University of Maryland Medical System’s Homer Gudelsky Building; University of Alberta’s Walter C. Mackenzie Health Sciences Centre in Edmonton; Wayne State University Health Care Institute in Detroit and Agnes Macphail Public School in Scarborough.

  • Architect - Health Care and Life Science Design and Planning Zeidler Partnership Architects is a recognized leader in this specialized area of design and has served more than 40 health care and life science clients. Projects include large and small complexes where the scope of work ranges from major new hospitals to renovations and additions. This intensive experience has allowed us to develop a number of innovative systems and techniques that can significantly reduce the cost of delivering medical care. As health care is remarkably complex, the buildings we have designed meet highly specialized needs. Our most noted projects include the McMaster University Health Sciences Centre (Hamilton) and Walter C. Mackenzie Health Sciences Centre (Edmonton). Toronto area facilities include The Hospital for Sick Children Atrium Patient Tower, Ontario Cancer Institute/Princess Margaret Hospital, and Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre’s Clinical Services Wing. Other projects include the University of Maryland Medical System’s Homer Gudelsky Building in Baltimore, Coswig Heart Centre (Herzzentrum) in Germany and Detroit Receiving Hospital and Wayne State University Health Care Institute. Our work also includes such renewal projects as the Humber River Regional Hospital (Additions & Renovations), Ottawa Civic Hospital, Mississauga Hospital and St. Paul’s Hospital (Grey Nuns’) in Saskatoon. In addition, we have designed a number of smaller community hospitals for Ajax, Whitby and Sussex; a series of additions and alterations to the Scarborough General Hospital, Izaak Walton Hospital (Halifax), Ross Memorial Hospital (Lindsay), Guelph General Hospital, and Brantford General Hospital; many laundries and service buildings such as those for the University Hospital in Edmonton; and medical offices and laboratories in the Montréal Children’s Hospital.

  • Architect - Feasibility Study

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