With the London 2012 Olympic Games now a vivid and wonderful memory, attention has now turned to the legacy the Games will leave behind. The history of the Olympic Games (both Summer and Winter) has been surprisingly weak with respect to legacy. It is only in recent years that the International Olympic Committee (“IOC”) has [...]
With the Opening Ceremonies mere days away and the centre of the sporting world being focused on London, it is an appropriate time to reflect on Cannon Design’s influence on the XXX Olympiad. London’s road to the Games was a long one. By the July 15, 2003 deadline, nine cities submitted initial letters of commitment [...]
It was with great excitement and satisfaction that I and numerous other staff members throughout Cannon Design learned the Richmond Olympic Oval has been awarded the International Olympic Committee (IOC)/IAKS 2011 Gold Medal Award along with the IPC/IAKS Distinction – the highest level a project can achieve. The Richmond Olympic Oval served as the signature [...]
First and foremost, let me say “Thank You. We’re flattered.” It’s an honor to win any award that recognizes design excellence, innovation and performance. The ArchDaily.com Building of the Year Awards are especially gratifying due to the fact that the results are driven by reader votes. More than 30,000 votes were cast in the final [...]
Brett McQuillan - 14 Jun 2013
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architectrix - 05 Jun 2013
To keep learning and to keep teaching and to keep listening and to keep tal...
Yemm & Hart Ltd - 03 Jun 2013
"Personally" - to bring "heart" into everything I do. ~ Deborah Hart Yemm
Iryna - 28 May 2013
Hi all team of Cannon Design! I have visited your office on Doors Open eve...
Susan Welker, AIA - 18 May 2013
Exactly! I did research during my Masters in Architecture about how more w...