| Donald Schmitt|
| 1951South Porcupine, Ontario|
A.J Diamond; Diamond Schmitt Architects Incorporated
University of Toronto, University of Toronto Schools
Donald Schmitt Wikipedia
Donald Schmitt, MARCH, OAA, MRAIC, AIA, NCARB (born 1951) is a Canadian architect.
Born in 1951 in South Porcupine, a mining town in northern Ontario, Canada, he went to high school at the University of Toronto Schools (UTS) and studied afterwards at the University of Toronto Faculty of Architecture.
Donald Schmitt has practiced architecture with A.J Diamond since 1978 and is a Principal in the firm currently known as Diamond Schmitt Architects Incorporated.
He is the Founding Chair of the City of Toronto Public Art Commission. He is currently a member of the Advisory Committee on Planning, Design and Realty for Canada’s National Capitol Commission in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada and is also a member of the Waterfront Toronto Revitalization Corporation (TWRC) Design Review Panel. This group is responsible for reviewing waterfront designs for Toronto, Ontario Canada.
1983: Metro Toronto YMCA, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
2002: Bahen Centre for Information Technology, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
2002: University of Ontario Institute of Technology Master Plan
2003: Max M. Fisher Music Center, Detroit, Michigan, USA
2004: Pierre Berton Resource Library, Vaughan, Ontario, Canada
2005: University of Guelph-Humber Academic Building, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
2008: Cambridge City Hall, Cambridge, Ontario
2010: Evergreen Brick Works Centre for Sustainability, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
2013: Hospital for Sick Children Research Building, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Barrie Waterfront Development Project, Barrie, Ontario, Canada
St. Catharines Centre for the Performing Arts, St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada
Brock University School of Performing Arts, St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada
Emily Carr University of Art+Design, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
1996: Works: The Architecture of A.J. Diamond, Donald Schmitt and Company, 1968-1995
2008: Insight and On Site, The Architecture of Diamond and Schmitt.