Barton Myers Associates is an architecture and planning firm founded in 1975. Barton Myers has earned an international reputation for excellence in architectural design with projects ranging from houses to large urban developments. From its inception, Barton Myers Associates’ commitment to design excellence has been recognized in awards for planning, architecture and interior design including the American Institute of Architect’s Gold Medal in 2002. In Canada, Mr. Myers was awarded the Governor General’s Award for Architecture for Woodsworth College, the Seagram Museum and the Citadel Theatre, and the United States Institute of Theater Technology has honored the Tempe Center for the Arts. New Jersey Performing Arts Center, Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts and Portland Center for the Performing Arts. Barton Myers Associates has developed as a widely-diversified practice. Regardless of size or scale of project, we emphasize the search for fundamental principles as well as the necessary balance between the basic elements which make up architecture, including structure, systems, materials, spatial organization, and light. We strive for the reasonable balance of these elements, to achieve an appropriate, accommodating, and inventive architecture.