This office was established in Toronto in 1952 by George Alexander Robb. George successfully combined his teaching career with private practice for forty-five years as well as being a contributing editor to Canadian Interiors magazine.  He was an associate professor at the University of Toronto's Faculty of Architecture from 1948 until retirement in 1984.   Awards included the Valhalla Inn, Etobicoke (OAA, 1962), the Dumfries Mutual Insurance Company (City of Cambridge, 1984) and the Country Day School, King City (OAA and Canadian Wood Council, 1988).

 

George received the inaugural Community Service Award from the Ontario Association of Architects in 1988 for his tireless and continuous advocacy over his forty-five year career. He was, posthumously, nominated to the Honour Role of the OAA in 1992 for his contribution to the profession.

 

Since 1991 the firm has been operating under the direction of Peter Stewart and Donald Scott in partnership. In addition to professional architectural accreditation, both principals are members of the Canadian Association of Professional Heritage Consultants. 

 

Among our recent clients are the Town of Oakville, the City of St.Catharines, the York Region District School Board, the Essex County District School Board, Credit Valley Conservation and a variety of private institutional and commercial clients.  Visit our "News" tab for a look into our firm today, including current awards and happenings at GRA.