Founded in 1978, Montgomery Sisam Architects is a mid-sized Canadian architectural practice wholly owned by its seven principals and based in Toronto, Ontario.
The practice provides clients with a full range of services including master planning, architecture, interior design and urban design. The wide range of project types and scales include healthcare, infrastructure, educational, recreational and residential projects. The practice is widely recognized for design excellence, exceptional service, responsible budget control and sound project management.
Montgomery Sisam Architects reflects the multicultural nature of Toronto with over 40 staff from 12 countries. This diverse and talented group is the practice’s greatest resource. The majority of staff are LEED® Accredited Professionals reflecting the practice’s commitment to “green” design as part of the fundamental principles of good planning and good architecture.
Successful projects result from a clear dialogue between architect and client, where the requirements of users serve as the inspiration for unique and responsive architectural solutions. Montgomery Sisam Architects takes great pride in their ability to build strong relationships – a skill which starts within the office. The practice was twice selected as one of Canada’s Top 100 Employers as published in Macleans magazine.
Montgomery Sisam Architects has developed a reputation for design leadership that is supported by over 65 provincial, national and international awards including the 2011 Architectural Firm Award from the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada.
The CAMH Redevelopment Project – Transforming Lives Here – will convert our 27-acre site on Queen Street West into a welcoming, integrated community, weaving together new cutting-edge CAMH ... go to project
The Fort York Pedestrian and Cycle Bridge is intended to provide a key link between Stanley Park to the north and the western area of Fort York grounds to the south, improving the connections ... go to project
With its generous mix of quiet work spaces and social spaces, Greenwood’s new campus gives students room to talk, laugh, work and learn independently and together.
Flexibility is at the forefront ... go to project
Originally built to house the printing presses of Rolph Clark Stone, 201 Carlaw Avenue has been a Leslieville landmark since its completion in 1913 when this Queen Street East community was at the ... go to project
Slated to close in 2017, Seaton House is set to be redeveloped into a 600,000 ft² multi-purpose facility including a 100-bed men's shelter, a 378-bed long-term home, and 130 units of assisted ... go to project
The phase two expansion of the Hazel McCallion Campus of Sheridan College has begun. The 220,000 square-foot state-of-the-art building will be built at the corner of Duke of York Boulevard and ... go to project
Attracting and empowering the finest faculty, staff and students depends on our ability to provide an environment that fosters creativity and inspires 21st-century learning and innovation at the ... go to project