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Advocating for Good Design in Hamilton

Our Principal David Premi talks about the crucial role of a Design Review Panel in a city's success.

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The Real Properties Offices featured on Architecture Lab

Thank you Architecture Lab for showcasing our interior design work for the Real Properties Offices in Jackson Square Mall!

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The Hamilton Spectator Reports on the Wilson St Condos

Thank you Kevin Werner and The Hamilton Spectator for reporting on this important project for the Ancaster community!

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dpai is featured in Canadian Interiors

Thank you Canadian Interiors for featuring our Interior Design work for a commercial office space in Toronto!

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Architonic features The Hambly House

Thank you Architonic.com for the beautiful feature on The Hambly House!

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dpai receives Award of Excellence For Renovation Residential Use

We are honoured to have received the Award of Excellence For Renovation Residential Use at the Hamilton Burlington Society of Architects Achievement in Architecture Awards!

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Social Bicycles: Another Hamilton Success Story

Despite Hamilton’s much smaller population, SOBI’s 8,000 riders have doubled Toronto Bike Share's 4000 in it’s first year and a half of operation.

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dpai receives Building Inspection Recognition of Excellence Award

We are honoured to have received the Building Inspection Recognition of Excellence Award. Thank you City Of Hamilton!

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A trip to Detroit!

Every year, dpai architecture takes a trip to a select destination. This year, the dpai team visited Detroit! It was an amazing weekend full of art, architecture, great food and lot's of fun! We feel so lucky to have such an awesome work family and we can't wait for next year's adventure!

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ARKISAK – a dpai for the arts initiative

Press Release - Hamilton, Ontario – dpai architecture inc, has joined forces with Hamilton Farmers’ Market, Hamilton Public Library, The Hamilton Store and Reprodux, to raise money for the Hamilton Arts Community.

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