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Growing to Meet Community Need

Centretown Community Health Centre meeting room

Centretown Community Health Centre in downtown Ottawa has expanded to occupy additional space in an office building adjacent to their existing facilities. This new space houses the Diabetes Education Program and Administration offices, freeing up space in their existing ground floor location for other Client programs to meet growing demand for services.

Bridgepoint Health

Artist: Ferruccio Sardella

Bridgepoint Health opened its new 10 storey, 472 bed hospital in April, 2013. A landmark at the edge of the Don Valley in Toronto, the new facility houses collaborative care programs that support people needing rehabilitation as well as those living with complex health conditions. The building itself, confident and open to the city, is an invitation to more active and fulfilling life.

Ronald McDonald House Toronto wins ARIDO Design Award

Duerst Ronald McDonald House

Carlyle Design Associates received an arido Award of Merit at arido’s Annual Awards Gala on September 19, 2012, where they shared the honour with team colleagues from both Ronald McDonald House Toronto and Montgomery Sisam Architects.

Small is Beautiful

Anne Carlyle was interviewed about her design history, inspiration and practice for the February, 2012, edition of Ottawa Magazine.

Ronald McDonald House Toronto

Working closely with Montgomery Sisam Architects over four years, Carlyle Design Associates facilitated a visioning process at project start-up to establish design inspiration and guidelines and continued to provide integrated planning and design for the interiors, furnishings and art.

Near and Far

Photo (left): Guy Lavigueur. Photo (right): Louise Tanguay from Near and Far

Near and Far celebrates the collection of paired photographs hanging in the 81 family suites in the new Ronald McDonald House Toronto. Each pair consists of one aerial and one detail photograph, some from places nearby and some from far and wide in the world. They are remarkable for their visual play on scale, form, pattern and colour, or striking for their whimsy. All the photographs arouse curiosity and wonder.

Royal Canadian Academy of Arts

Detail of glass mural, Waterloo Regional Museum

Anne, a member of the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts since 2006, attended the Academy’s Annual General Assembly in Kitchener-Waterloo in May, 2011.