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LGA Architectural Partners

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Since 1989, this mid-size firm has focused on socially innovative architecture, keeping their designs – which include cultural, educational, residential and commercial projects – “progressive, sensitive and relevant” by using energy- and cost-efficient materials. The principals’ own Euclid Avenue House, completed in 2005, is hailed as much for its design as for its admirable sustainability (recognized by both the Ontario Association of Architects Awards and the Toronto Urban Design Awards). Some of their most recent work includes social housing projects such as Alexandra Park and Eva’s Phoenix, as well as the Scarborough Public Library and the McEwen School of Architecture at Laurentian University.

 

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