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Fort York National Historic Site Visitor Centre / Patkau Architects + Kearns Mancini Architects

Fort York, considered the birthplace of Toronto, is a National Historic Site. It represents the single most important visual and contextual cultural heritage link to British military and social history remaining in the City of Toronto.

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Architects: Kearns Mancini Architects, Patkau Architects

Location: Toronto, ON, Canada

Associated Architects: Kearns Mancini Architects

Project Team ? Patkau Architects: James Eidse, Mike Green, Dimitri Koubatis, Shane O?Neill, John Patkau, Patricia Patkau, Thomas Schroeder, Luke Stern, Michael Thorpe

Area: 2380.0 m2

Project Year: 2012

Landscape: Janet Rosenburg Associates

Structural: Read Jones Christofferson Consulting Engineers
Mechanical & Electrical: Cobalt Engineering

Civil: MMM Group

Heritage: Unterman McPhail Associates

Renderings: Luxigon / Patkau Architects

Client: City of Toronto

Construction Budget: $12.2m CAD

Sustainability: City of Toronto Green Development Standard: Non-Residential Buildings, 3 Storeys or Less

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Text description provided by the architects. Fort York, considered the birthplace of Toronto, is a National Historic Site. It represents the single most important vi...
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