Doron’s strengths as a technically gifted architect include the managerial skills required to assemble and coordinate design teams; the ability to carry out detailed design work; and, the coordination of external consultants and fabrication specialists required to bring the timeless appeal of Hariri Pontarini Architects' designs to fruition. His practice focuses on institutional and cultural buildings. Doron managed the successful completion of the complex Bahá’í Temple of South America that has received national and international recognition, including the RAIC International Prize, Governor General’s Medal in Architecture, and an AIA International Region Design Award. He has led signature and large-scale projects such as the Richard Ivey Building at Western University, the international competition-winning Tom Patterson Theatre for the Stratford Festival, the new Nicol Building for the Sprott School of Business at Carleton University, and the Space Transformation Project at Princess Margaret Cancer Centre.
As Associate Partner, Doron works closely with Siamak Hariri to develop and implement the strategic direction of the firm. Doron is an integral part of developing and maintaining relationships with key clients, bringing an in-depth knowledge of both the project and business sides of the firm. Responsible for the overall oversight of the design and management of major projects, Doron facilitates each detail of communication between the client, team members, and consultants by continually integrating his design skills and experience into the management of each project.