WHO WE ARE:
studioCANOO is a Toronto based architecture and design firm led by Principal Greg Latimer; specializing in Education, Multi-unit Housing, Libraries, Social, and Community buildings.
studioCANOO focuses on the utilization of leading-edge building technologies and design tools, including mass timber, and BIM software; sustainability principals; community centric design; and a collaborative design process.
studioCANOO brings an in-depth knowledge of government approval processes, architectural design, and the construction industry to the table. Our approach allows us to maximize the architectural value of any project while providing a project delivery assurance and leadership of 30 plus years of industry experience.
Managing Principal Greg Latimer holds both an Architecture and Engineering degree from McGill University, graduating in 1987 and has worked as a licensed architect since 1993.
Over the past three decades, Greg has led a diverse range of complex design projects, from historic renovations and expansions to Managing community-focused buildings that combine housing and social programming. Greg's clients and team members benefit from his wide-ranging design experience, strong project management skills and driving ambition to get things done, and done right.
Greg is skilled at seeking out new methods of practice that allow for a project to respond effectively to shifts in contemporary social, economic and environmental conditions. His approach encourages a collaborative culture based around creativity and efficiency, leading projects that demonstrate thoughtful design and lasting value, within the practical constraints of time and budget.
In his formative years, he worked alongside construction crews in the Yukon, giving him early insight into how architecture can be built to respond to harsh environments. Outside of the office, Greg bikes, practices yoga, plays hockey, camps and canoes.
GREG LATIMER - Managing Principal
BArch, BEng, OAA, AAA, CEFPI
studioCANOO is located on Sterling Road in the heart of the Lower Junction Triangle in Toronto's West End
003-128A Sterling Rd. Toronto
Ontario, Canada. M6R 2B7