Raymond Moriyama and Ted Teshima founded one of Toronto’s most celebrated architectural firms, responsible for some of Canada’s most important modernist architecture, including the Bata Shoe Museum, Ontario Science Centre, Scarborough Civic Centre, Toronto Reference Library and the Canadian War Museum.
They formed their partnership in 1970, for which Donoahue adapted his existing logo for Moriyama (originally just the ‘M’ in an enclosing rectangle). Fortunately the inclusion of the T retains the simplicity and symmetry of the original form. It has a Japanese-inspired lightness and technical feel.
Moriyama & Teshima Planners Ltd specialises in landscape architecture, urban design and environmental planning. Both this firm and Moriyama Teshima Architects have retained Donoahue’s logo, albeit in a supporting capacity.