The Danish Pastry House

Posted on Jan 6, 2018 in New Projects

Rapid success has happened after The Danish Pastry House opened its first store and bakery in Oakville, designed by ATA. Exacting standards and great authentic Danish baking has created an exploding following for owner Anita Lauritsen. The latest location is in Union Station where line-ups are long. An article has been written about the new […]

Flower City Seniors Centre

Posted on Jun 29, 2017 in New Projects

The Flower City Seniors Centre in Brampton is a meeting place for area seniors and runs specialized fitness, educational, dance, games and arts and crafts programs. The existing cafeteria is at capacity and will be expanded to meet the needs of the community. The new space has been designed to shade the interior in the […]

Oasis on Mainway

Posted on Jun 29, 2017 in New Projects

Created for Vrancor, Oasis is a 40,000 sq.ft. office complex  at the intersection of Mainway and Lampman in Burlington. The program consisted of maximizing the amount of commercial office space that could be developed on the site while maintaining a landscaped area of at least 25%. The client was looking for an innovative and flexible […]

Humber College Backfill

Posted on Dec 7, 2016 in New Projects

The scope of work for Humber Backfill “D” was to transform the windowless JF, Funeral Space into a bright and cheery daycare centre. It required the construction of a new link to connect FX with the existing daycare. ATA was able to tackle all of the challenging aspects of this project while completing the design […]

High Park Nature Centre

Posted on Dec 7, 2016 in New Projects

The study of the High Park Nature Centre is now complete. It is a three-part study that includes a cultural heritage evaluation; a due diligence report and a conceptual design and budget for the restoration and renovation of the building. It was critical that the design proposal meet the the needs of the expanding program. […]

Gusty Design

Posted on Sep 7, 2016 in In the Media

A recent article in the Globe and Mail about ATA’s Delta project. Read the article here.

Glass and the 2030 challenge

Posted on Sep 7, 2016 in In the Media

Mark Driedger of ATA Architects writes about experimental glazing strategies in Construction Canada magazine. Read the article here.

OAA Perspectives Article – Heritage Thesholds

Posted on Sep 7, 2016 in In the Media

A recent article in the OAA Perspectives magazine on heritage thresholds and Ghost Houses, by Alex Temporale. Read the article here.

ATA Architects at the IUCN World Conservation Congress

Posted on Sep 7, 2016 in In the Media

This past Labour Day weekend associate, Mark Driedger, attended the 2016 IUCN World Conservation Congress in Hawaii to present ATA’s presentation titled “Linking Past, Present and Future.” The World Conservation Congress is the largest democratic conservation event in the world. The intention of the Congress is to encourage its members to tackle some of the […]

Case Study – The Impact of Exterior Insulated Shutter Systems

Posted on Oct 15, 2014 in In the Media

      An article was published in the October issue of Sustainable Building & Design co written by Mark Driedger, Associate of ATA Architects. The research sited in the article was undertaken by students of the Department of Architectural Science in conjunction with Mark. The study looks at the impact of exterior insulated shutter […]