B+H Architects


Design Quarterly

B+H Architects grows residential design team

B+H Architects announces the recent additions of Macquinn Victoria and Soheil Khosravi Kermani, two senior residential design experts.
Shenzhen hospital

Design Quarterly

B+H Architects reveals design for Shenzhen hospital

B+H Architects has won an international competition to design the new Shenzhen Children’s Hospital and Science and Education Building, in joint venture with East China
HCMA associates

Design Quarterly

B+H Architects signs lease for new office space

B+H Architects has signed a lease with Menkes Develops and TD Greystone Asset Management for 23,008 square feet of office space at 320 Bay Street.

Canadian Property Management

Cadillac Fairview breaks ground on 160 Front Street

The development features 1.2m square feet of office space, 339 parking stalls, and 12,290 square feet of retail space.

Canadian Property Management

Toronto Region Board of Trade relocating to Queens Quay

The 25-storey office building which features approximately 690,000 square feet of Class "AAA" space, is the first phase of Menkes' mixed-use community – Sugar Wharf.

Design Quarterly

B+H Architects partners with global consulting firm

B+H Architects is partnering with one of Asia's largest urban and infrastructure consulting firms, Surbana Jurong Private Limited.
zero carbon

Canadian Facility Management & Design

Net zero facility to become teaching tool

The Joyce Centre for Partnership & Innovation is poised to become a teaching tool for current and future building professionals alike.
Peter Heys

Canadian Facility Management & Design

B+H Architects welcomes Peter Heys to its team

Peter Heys, a 28-year veteran in the field of high-performance workplace and commercial interior design, has joined B+H Architects’ North American team as Director of
green campus

Building Strategies & Sustainability

UBC facility sets green campus standard

A UBC LEED Platinum certified facility known as AMS Nest is a beacon to other campuses across Canada looking to reduce their environmental footprint.