2003 AIBC Architectural Awards
The Architectural Institute of British Columbia (AIBC) has announced the winners of its 2003 Architectural Awards. The winner of the Barbara Dalrymple Memorial Award for Community Service was awarded to Professor Ray Cole, PhD, AIBC (Hon.) for his exceptional commitment to teaching and research in architecture and sustainable design. The Environmental Design Program (ENDS) at the University of British Columbia was awarded the AIBC Innovation Award. The development team for the project was comprised of Martin Lewis, Christopher MacDonald, Doug Paterson, Moura Quayle and Michael Isaacson. The Lieutenant-Governor of British Columbia Certificates of Merit were awarded to four projects: Meekison Arts Student Space in the Buchanan Building on the campus of the University of British Columbia by Marceau Evans Architects as the firm of record (the project was begun under Acton Johnson Ostry Architects); Acton Johnson Ostry Architects’ Sk’aadgaa Naay Elementary School; Patkau Architects Inc.’s Air Canada International Arrivals Lounge and Henriquez Partners Architects Urban Designers’ Lore Krill Housing Co-op (see CA, April 2003). The Lieutenant-Governor of BC Medals were awarded to Henriquez Partners Architects, Urban Designers for the Dockside Live/Work Building (see CA, April 2003); Robert Burgers Architect Inc. for the Freybe Gourmet Foods in Langley, BC, Patkau Architects Inc. for the Agosta House on San Juan Island, Washington, and Arthur Erickson Architectural Corporation and Nick Milkovich Architects Inc.’s Museum of Glass in Tacoma, Washington.