Gordon Lorimer

Architect, Partner

Since his graduation from Carleton University’s School of Architecture, Mr. Lorimer has participated in a variety of community-focused developments including non-profit housing, churches and outreach centres.

“Our design philosophy is inclusive, responsive and aware of budget and time constraints in a constant pursuit of quality and creative resolution.”

An active participant in the development of office design philosophy, Mr. Lorimer has applied these principles to a variety of projects. Achievements as Partner in Charge include the Bethany Hope Centre (adaptive reuse), Woodvale Pentecostal Church Addition, Beaver Barracks Redevelopment and The Glebe Community Centre Redevelopment.

The Salvation Army Booth Centre

Since 2002, Gord has been involved with the Habitat for Humanity National Capital Region, and as a board member of the Ottawa Mission, Gord clearly understands the strengths and challenges that all boards experience and ways the challenges can actually be used to enhance the outcome.

Mr. Lorimer continues to be involved in a variety of mixed-use and residential projects including urban masterplans, multi-storey condominium developments and various renovation and adaptive reuse projects. His professional accomplishments include participation as Project Architect in numerous award-winning residential projects.

The Cottage at Backwards Bay, 2015
1980-present
Hobin Architecture Incorporated
1979
Edward J. Cuhaci, Architect
1978
Ala Kantti Liff & Associates, Architects
1976
Multitecture Design Associates
Board of Directors, The Ottawa Mission
Past Board of Directors, Greater Ottawa Habitat for Humanity