LGA Architectural Partners (formerly known as Levitt Goodman Architects) is an award-winning architecture firm that has been providing a wide range of architectural services since our formation in 1989.
Our designs celebrate the many ways to live and work.
The challenges unique to each project are an opportunity to innovate, to be inspired and to demonstrate how good design improves people's lives. We have extensive experience in talking to diverse client groups about their needs and a history of making architecture a rewarding and fulfilling experience.
Collaboration is fundamental to our process.
We feel it is essential to generate ideas and work through problems together - in our studio, with our engineers, contractors and, most importantly, with our clients. So it is a priority for us to establish and maintain good communication with everyone involved. Accountability, maintaining budgets and attention to detail are ensured by the continuous hands-on involvement of the principals for the duration of any project.
We never lose sight of the context.
We know that buildings are part of a bigger picture - socially, environmentally and culturally - and aim to make each design progressive, sensitive and relevant. We like to use energy and cost-efficient materials in inventive ways for results that are both design oriented and sustainable. Regardless of the size or type of project, our approach is always technically, aesthetically and economically well informed.
Proposal for a 6 storey mixed use building containing 33 residential units, 1 retail unit at the ground level and office units on the 6th level with a gross density of 2.5 times the lot area and 9 ... go to project
Toronto Community Housing is going beyond bricks and mortar to build clean, safe homes for our residents while creating vibrant communities where people can thrive.
By working together with the ... go to project
The development proposal puts forward a liveable, mixed-use community. with generous high-quality open spaces and public thoroughfares that will bring to Humbertown a welcoming quality of life for ... go to project
Toronto's 100th Library Branch, located at the Scarborough Civic Centre, and designed by LGA Architectural Partners and Philip H. Carter Architects in Joint Venture. Opening May 20, 2015. go to project