About Our Building
The Los Angeles-based architect Barton Myers designed the 110 Davenport Building in 1991. The building is an icon of Myers’ distinctive Post Modern lexicon. Myers moved to Toronto to form the partnership Diamond & Myers, after studying at Cambridge and the University of Pennsylvania. He has had a significant impact on this city, designing major cultural buildings including the AGO, the Royal Conservatory of Music, as well as residential and public buildings such as the CBC Center. He received the first Toronto Arts Award for Architecture, the Gold Medal from the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada, and a Gold Medal from the American Institute of Architects.
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