MJMA is a Toronto-based design practice of 50+ designers and architects. MJMA has evolved from a 28+ year strong legacy of making community buildings, to building communities – in towns and cities, on campuses, within organizations, and across playing fields. Our increasingly diverse portfolio speaks to an innovative culture at MJMA that drives all our designs. This spirit of innovation, cultivated with clients who are enthusiastic about creating meaningful architecture that positively contributes to the built environment, has resulted in more than 75+ national design awards, including the Governor General’s Medal in Architecture and recently the 2016 RAIC Architecture Firm Award.
City of Toronto's new Bessarion Community Centre planned for Sheppard Ave E and Woodsy Park Lane to serve North York's Bayview Village area and the new population at Concord Adex's Concord Park ... go to project
Downsview Park, a gift of the Government of Canada, is a self sustaining national urban park and new community. It flanks the Downsview air strip and is anchored by Sheppard Avenue, Keele Street, ... go to project
DundeeKilmer Developments has signed a fixed-price contract to design, build and finance the development that will be used as the Athletes’ Village during the Toronto 2015 Pan/Parapan American ... go to project
The Goldring Centre for High Performance Sports, part of the Varsity Centre athletic facilities campus, will bring together top researchers, graduate students, sport scientists, athletic ... go to project
Located on the northwest corner of Eglinton and Don Mills Road, the 60-acre master planned and transit-oriented development would feature commercial space, office buildings, and residential uses ... go to project