A long-established tradition, the TSA’s annual year-end BASH is an opportunity for the city’s design and architecture community to come together and celebrate in a building that exemplifies design excellence in the city. Festivities begin with architect-led tours of this year’s venue, followed by a lively reception attended by hundreds of members of Toronto’s design community making THE Toronto architecture industry event of the year.

The BASH is also an important fundraising event for the TSA. Supporting this event helps the TSA – a non-for-profit, volunteer-led organization – to continue to produce programs that promote and celebrate architecture in our city, much of it free of charge.

Our Venues

From adaptive reuse projects to state of the art facilities, each year the TSA BASH is held at a different venue within the city making each year of the BASH a one-of-a-kind event! What unites all of our venues is their high caliber of design.

Click on the images below to see more of images of our venues!

2019: Artscape Wychwood Barns

2018: YMCA Toronto Central
Diamond Schmitt Architects

2017: Goldring Centre
Patkau Architects and MJMA

2016: Daniels Spectrum
Diamond Schmitt Architects

2015: Queen Richmond Centre West
Sweeny Sterling Finlayson &Co Architects Inc. | 2015

2014: Fort York Visitor Centre
Kearns Mancini Architects and Patkau Architects | 2015


2013: St. James Cathedral Centre

2012: Mattamy Athletic Centre