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2005 Edmonton Urban Design Award Winners Announced

October 28, 2005
by Canadian Architect

The City of Edmonton and the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC) wished to promote a greater awareness of the role architectural excellence plays in maintaining and enhancing the quality of life in Canadian cities. The City of Edmonton established its 2005 Urban Design Awards Program to recognize individuals, organizations, firms and projects contributing to the quality of life in Edmonton.

The nationally recognized jury included Bing Thom of Vancouver’s Bing Thom Architects Inc., Beverly Sandalack of Sandalack and Associates and professor at the University of Calgary’s Faculty of Environmental Design, Greg Smallenberg of Vancouver’s Phillips Farevaag Smallenberg, Jeremy Sturgess of Calgary’s Sturgess Architecture, and Councillor Michael Phair.

The Urban Design Awards has six categories: Conceptual/Theoretical Urban Design Projects, Approved or Adopted Urban Design Plans, Urban Architecture, Civic Design Projects, Urban Fragments and Community Improvement Projects.

The winners are as follows:

Conceptual/Theoretical Urban Design Projects
Award of Excellence
Carlyle + Associates for “A City River Valley for Edmonton”

Urban Fragments
Honourable Mention
Carlyle + Associates for “Corona LRT Station Entrances”

Community Improvement Projects
Honourable Mention
Urban Design, City of Edmonton Planning & Development Department for “104th Street Streetscape”

Urban Architecture
Award of Excellence
Dub Architects Ltd. for “Seventh Street Lofts”

Honourable Mention
Dub Architects Ltd. for “Edmonton City Hall”

Honourable Mention
Dub Architects Ltd. for “Shaw Building & Brewery”

Honourable Mention
Stantec Architecture Ltd. for “Telus Plaza Redevelopment”

Honourable Mention
Cohos Evamy for “Transalta Arts Barns”

Civic Design Projects
Award of Excellence
HIP Architects for “Sir Winston Churchill Square Redevelopment”

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