Fonds F 2187
60,376 architectural drawings
56 technical drawings (1 annotated)
6308.35 MB of architectural drawings (ai, gif, jpg, psd, thm, tiff) (1622 architectural drawings)
129.08 metres of textual records
639 volumes of textual records
1707.62 MB of textual records (doc, jpg, pdf, pps, ppt, qxp, tiff, xls)
3377.65 MB of photographs (doc, jpg, pdf, ppt, psd, tiff) (2464 photographs)
542.05 MB of moving images (avi, bup, ifo, vob) (10 minutes, 58 seconds)
262 KB of sound recordings (cda, wav) (1 minute, 14 seconds)
107.6 MB of cartographic records (tiff) (6 maps)
61.5 MB of drawings (jpg, tiff) (19 drawings)
597 presentation panels
379 aperture cards
100 audio cassette tapes
57 reels of microfilm
5 architectural models
3 video cassettes
4 compact discs
14,354 35 mm photograph slides
71 colour transparences
Fonds consists of records that document the activities of the Toronto based partnership of Moriyama & Teshima as architects and planners from 1957 to 2008, both individually as a firm and in joint venture.
The records include project and business files. The projects include those proposed and/or undertaken by the partnership such as: public buildings (civic and recreation centres), cultural and educational centres (libraries, museums and university buildings), land-use planning studies, residential buildings (single-family dwellings and multi-unit complexes), and commercial properties (car dealerships and malls); and places of worship and spiritual reflection.
The project files may include architectural drawings in hard-copy and digital format, such as sketches, technical drawings, conceptual designs, renderings, plans, sections, elevations, and details. Some drawings include overlays, colour, and extensive annotations. They may also include paintings, photographs, 35 mm photograph slides, posters, site models, and presentation panels. Project files may also contain site surveys or maps, correspondence, financial records, minutes to meetings, and product samples.
The business files include contracts and specifications, proposal submissions, site research, various publications, planning reports, correspondence, cost estimates, meeting minutes, tender bids and contracts, reports, schedules, change orders and notices, reports, news clippings, media and public relations materials, and the personal office records of Raymond Moriyama including his scrapbooks, daytimers, written speeches, honorary diplomas, awards, and other material.
Fonds also includes audio cassettes and CD-ROMs that relate to the history of the partnership, including detail meetings with clients and other interested parties.
The fonds is arranged by corporate function. A project coding system created by Moriyama and Teshima Architects has been maintained as well as original file codes and numbers where applicable. Project codes include a numbering system whereby the first two digits represent the year the project was started followed by digits assigned sequentially.
Moriyama & Teshima Architects is a Toronto-based Canadian architecture firm set up in 1970 as a partnership between Raymond Moriyama and Ted Teshima.
Raymond Moriyama is a contemporary Canadian architect (born at Vancouver 11 October 1929), who established an architectural practice in Toronto in May 1958.
Raymond Moriyama, Architects and Planners, was a Toronto architectural and urban planning practice set up in May 1958 by Raymond Moriyama.
Ted Teshima (b. Sea Island, B.C. 4 Sept. 1938) is the Toronto architect who in 1970 formed the architectural partnership of Moriyama & Teshima Architects with Raymond Moriyama.
Click on the link(s) below for more information.Moriyama, Raymond, 1929- Teshima, Ted, 1938- Moriyama & Teshima Architects Raymond Moriyama, Architects and Planners
For records associated with the partnership Moriyama & Teshima, Architects consult the Canadian Architectural Archives at the University of Calgary, Alberta, that has in its custody the early records of the Moriyama & Teshima, Architects (1959-1979) including approximately 6,000 drawings, 19.2 metres of textual records and 23 microfilm reels.
For records related to the partnership of Moriyama and Teshima, Architects consult: F 4449, Raymond Moriyama fonds; F 4446-122, Peter Smith's files for the Prague Quadrennial Exhibition; and F 4446-128, Lett / Smith Architects' reference files, related to the Muskoka Steam Town Study (F 2187-1-37) and Niagara Parks 100-Year Conceptual Plan (F 2187-1-130).
Additional records pertaining to work commissioned by Moriyama and Teshima Architects is found in the Lenscape Incorporated fonds, specifically sub-series F 4593-1-197.
Further accruals are expected.
Accession numbers: 41633, 46809.
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|Reference Code||Series Title|
|F 2187-1||Moriyama and Teshima project records|
|F 2187-2||Moriyama and Teshima contract files|
|F 2187-3||Moriyama and Teshima specifications files|
|F 2187-4||Moriyama and Teshima proposal submissions, research and miscellaneous project records|
|F 2187-5||Moriyama and Teshima planning reports|
|F 2187-6||Moriyama and Teshima media and public relations files|
|F 2187-7||Personal office files of Raymond Moriyama|
|F 2187-8||Moriyama and Teshima audio tapes|
|F 2187-9||Moriyama and Teshima Architect building construction progress photographs|