Raymond Moriyama

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Raymond Moriyama (born October 11, 1929) is a Canadian architect.wikipedia
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National Museum of Saudi Arabia

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In 1999, he was the key architect for designing of the National Museum of Saudi Arabia in Riyadh.
For the design the lead architect Raymond Moriyama was inspired by the form and colors of the sand dunes of the "Red Sands" just outside Riyadh.

List of members of the Order of Ontario

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He was also inducted into the Order of Ontario in 1992.

Brock University

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From 2001 to 2007, he served as the Chancellor of Brock University in St Catharines, Ontario.
Designed by Canadian architect Raymond Moriyama, who also served as Chancellor of Brock, the Mackenzie Chown Complex primarily contains seminar rooms and science laboratories.

Ontario Science Centre

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In 2007, he was honoured with a postage stamp by Canada Post featuring his design for the Ontario Science Centre.
In 1964, Toronto architect Raymond Moriyama was hired to design the site.

Scarborough Civic Centre

It was designed by architect Raymond Moriyama during the development of Scarborough City Centre and initially opened as the city hall of the former borough of Scarborough by then mayor Albert Campbell and Queen Elizabeth II in 1973.

Museum London

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The current building is designed by Raymond Moriyama, architect of Science North in Greater Sudbury, the Bata Shoe Museum in Toronto and the National Museum of Saudi Arabia in Riyadh.

Seneca College

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Seneca @ York Campus, located on York University's Keele Campus, features the Stephen E. Quinlan Building, designed by architect Raymond Moriyama and named after Seneca's third president Steve Quinlan.

Ottawa City Hall

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The modern wing, which serves as the main section of City Hall, was designed by Raymond Moriyama and built in 1990 as the headquarters of the former Regional Municipality of Ottawa-Carleton.

London, Ontario

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Museum London, the city's central Art Gallery, was established in 1940 (initially operated from the London Public Library, until 1980, when renowned Canadian architect Raymond Moriyama was commissioned to design its current home at the forks of the Thames River).

Bata Shoe Museum

world's largest shoe museum
Designed by Raymond Moriyama and completed in 1995, the structure is located at the southwest corner of Bloor and St. George streets in downtown Toronto.

Toronto Reference Library

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ft.)five-storey building, designed by architect Raymond Moriyama, opened in 1977 and is the biggest public reference library in Canada.

Albert Campbell Collegiate Institute

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The school is named after former Scarborough politician and mayor Albert McTaggart Campbell The school was built in 1976 by Japanese Canadian architect Raymond Moriyama, who built Ontario buildings such as the Ontario Science Centre, Toronto Reference Library and the North York Central Library.

L'Amoreaux Collegiate Institute

The collegiate itself, designed by noted Canadian architect Raymond Moriyama, was constructed in 1971 and opened on September 4, 1973 on Bridletowne Circle, just northeast of Warden and Finch as Scarborough's sixteenth collegiate and twenty-first high school itself.

Toronto Botanical Garden

Civic Garden Centre
Raymond Moriyama designed the Civic Garden Centre's main building that opened in 1965.

Embassy of Canada, Tokyo

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Canada built a new chancery on Aoyama Avenue, Place Canada, which was designed by Raymond Moriyama and opened in 1991.

Gordie Howe International Bridge

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The bridge design is the work of Moriyama & Teshima, a member of the "Bridging North America" consortium.

List of Laureates of the Governor General's Award in Visual and Media Arts

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In 2009, he was one of nine laureates to receive a Governor General's Award in Visual and Media Arts.

North York Central Library

It was designed by Moriyama and Teshima Architects and is characterised by its seven-storey atrium.

Toronto French School

TFS: Canada's International School (was Toronto French School)
The school turned to Raymond Moriyama and Teshima architects, acclaimed for the National Museum of Saudi Arabia and the Canadian War Museum, to design the recent expansion of the senior school.

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Raymond Moriyama (born October 11, 1929) is a Canadian architect.

Internment of Japanese Canadians

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Of Japanese descent, Moriyama with his family was forced out of Vancouver and confined to an internment camp during the Second World War.

Vancouver

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Born in Vancouver, British Columbia, Raymond Moriyama suffered burns as a four-year-old and was sometimes teased about his scars.

British Columbia

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Born in Vancouver, British Columbia, Raymond Moriyama suffered burns as a four-year-old and was sometimes teased about his scars.

Slocan Valley

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Shortly after, he and his family were moved into an internment camp in the Slocan Valley, in the interior of British Columbia.

Hamilton, Ontario

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After the war, his family reunited with his father and they resettled in Hamilton, Ontario, where he attended Westdale Secondary School and worked in a pottery factory.