RDHA Relocates

Our studio has moved to 213 Sterling Road. Proud to be part of Toronto's rapidly changing Lower Junction neighborhood, we occupy a newly refurbished early 20th century factory building alongside galleries, workshops, design offices and even a crossfit gym. We will soon be joined on Sterling Road by the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art (MOCCA), which will move into the Tower Automotive Building across the street in early 2017.

 

Surrey Operations Centre Featured in Canadian Architect

The most recently-completed of our growing portfolio of municipal operations centres is the subject of a feature article in the August issue of Canadian Architect. Author Hadani Ditmars writes that the project's 'elegant yet unassuming design goes beyond the purely functional, effectively offering a new civic landmark for the burgeoning community.'

Read the entire article here.

Surrey Operations Centre wins AIBC Innovation Award

On May 18, 2016, RDHA joined TKA+D at the Vancouver Convention Centre to accept the AIBC 2016 Innovation Award for the recently completed Surrey Operations Centre. The award is 'for achievements in building design that are not strictly architectural but that have a direct bearing on the future of architecture'. In particular, the judges were impressed by the focus on design quality in the industrial workshop spaces used by the City's Parks, Roads, and Engineering departments.

Read more about the 2016 AIBC awards here.