| Born 1939, British Columbia
Tom Motomochi is an architect with a long career with the Toronto-based Moriyama & Teshima firm. He graduated from the University of British Columbia with a BSc in Mathematics and Physics in 1962, and went on to study architecture at the University of Toronto, graduating from there in 1967. He has worked on many buildings for universities and municipalities in Ontario, including the Queen’s University Library and the 1992 addition to the Metropolitan Toronto Reference Library. Motomochi has been a part of over 60 award-winning projects through his work with Moriyama & Teshima. Motomochi later returned to the West Coast, becoming involved in the design for SkyTrain stations for Vancouver’s Millennium Line.
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