Siamak Hariri
Founding Partner of Hariri Pontarini Architects

Siamak Hariri is a founding Partner of Hariri Pontarini Architects, a 150 person practice based in Toronto. His portfolio of nationally and internationally recognized buildings has won over 60 awards, including the Governor Generalís Medal in Architecture, celebrated as one of Canadaís Artists who mattered most by the Globe and Mail, and with his Partner David Pontarini, the 2013 Royal Architectural Institute of Canadaís Architectural Firm Award.

One of Siamakís earliest HPA projects, the Canadian headquarters of McKinsey & Company, is the youngest building to receive City of Toronto heritage landmark designation. More recent public and private projects include the Bah·íi Temple of South America, the Tom Patterson Theatre for the Stratford Festival, the Science, Research and Innovation Facility at the University of Windsor, and the Nicol Building at the Sprott School of Business at Carleton University. Siamakís work embodies abiding commitment to architectureís essentials and he brings to every creative project a profound interest in light, form, site, material, and craft.