Lydon Lynch Architects Ltd. has built a significant reputation for design excellence that has produced many of Atlantic Canada’s most recognized and respected buildings over the last forty years. Lydon Lynch principals Keith Tufts, Andy Lynch and Eugene Pieczonka continue to build on the firm’s reputation for delivering exceptional results.
MANDATE: The firm is founded upon a core desire to create great spaces that contribute to their surroundings and communities. We believe that this can only be achieved through a process whereby we understand our client needs, appreciate and acknowledge location, make environmentally responsible choices, and respect budgets and timelines.
APPROACH: Through a collaborative approach with our client and consultant teams, we believe that each project can result in meaningful and inspiring buildings. Over the years, Lydon Lynch has established itself as a leader in Atlantic Canada. Our practice has maintained a balance between Public and Private sector clients that has allowed us to become adept at a wide range of building types, project delivery methods, schedules and budgets.
SUSTAINABLE DESIGN: Lydon Lynch is recognized as a leader in sustainable and environmentally responsible design at the local, regional and national levels. Have of our Design Professionals are LEED® Accredited. Most of our active projects are seeking LEED® certification and we have designed more LEED® projects than any other Architectural practice in Atlantic Canada. The $30M Lunenburg County Lifestyle Centre and the new $60M RCMP Headquarters will be LEED Gold and Silver respectively. The new Halifax Seaport Farmers’ Market epitomizes all of our ideals pertaining to sustainable design and vibrant communities. One of the first LEED® Platinum buildings in Canada, the market is one of the most sustainable buildings in North America and a captivating addition to the city of Halifax and its harbourfront.
EXPERIENCE: Through our experience with numerous high profile designs such as the Seaport Farmers’ Market, Pier 21, AGNS and Lunenburg County Lifestyle Centre, Lydon Lynch has developed a level of expertise that is unique in Atlantic Canada. That experience has enabled us to succeed in acting as the architects for the region’s most advanced public buildings and public environments for some of Canada’s most respected clients. Each building has been designed for the specific needs of the owner and occupants, but are always based on the same fundamental principles of flexibility, adaptability, economy, supportive work environments, collaboration, design excellence and environmentally responsibility.