Under the leadership of principals Jason Moriyama, Daniel Teramura and Diarmuid Nash, Moriyama & Teshima Architects has cultivated a dynamic team of young, innovative designers. Our 70 staff members reflect the demographic diversity that characterizes Canadian culture, a diversity that enriches design and the processes of place-making, which – at its heart – is an act of passion: passion for land, nature, site and context; passion for people and experience; and passion for the power and possibilities of design.
Moriyama & Teshima’s landmark buildings include the Governor General’s Medal-winning Canadian War Museum in Ottawa, the Delegation of the Ismaili Imamat in Ottawa, the Toronto Reference Library, Scarborough Civic Centre, Science North in Sudbury, the Waterloo Region Museum in Kitchener, the Canadian Embassy in Tokyo, the Bata Shoe Museum in Toronto, and Ontario Science Centre in Toronto.
Integrating land, building, people and process for over 55 years:
Our built world, and the land and environment it relates to, is the context in which we live, work and play. We believe that our built world reflects and affects the very essence of who we are, how we value our environment, and what we aspire to for ourselves and for our collective future. – MTA design philosophy
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Moriyama & Teshima has delivered high-quality, sustainable and award-winning architecture, landscape architecture and urban and environmental planning and design services for over 55 years. Whether designing buildings that delight the human spirit, developing urban strategies that generate active healthy cities, or supporting clients’ objectives with sound problem-solving, business sense, and fundraising support, Moriyama & Teshima works in a deeply integrated and collaborative way to achieve...