December 20, 2005
by Canadian Architect
Several winners in the two categories of commercial and residential architecture were revealed in late November.
The following seven awards were given in the Architecture Commercial category.
Ted Cavanagh, Richard Kroeker, Alden Neufeld and 23 designer-builders of Dalhousie University’s School of Architecture won Gold for Le Conseil des Arts de Cheticamp.
Shore Tilbe Irwin & Partners in association with Stafford Haensli Architects won Silver for the Angus Glen Community Centre and Library.
Two Bronze awards were bestowed upon Teeple Architects Inc for the Early Learning Centre, and Kuwabara Payne McKenna Blumberg Architects for the Art Gallery of Hamilton renewal.
Three Honourable Mentions were given to: Kuwabara Payne McKenna Blumberg Architects for the James Stewart Centre for Mathematics at McMaster University; Levitt Goodman Architects Ltd. for the University of Waterloo School of Architecture at Riverside; and Hariri Pontarini Architects for the Camera theatre.
The following six awards were given in the Architecture Residential category.
Taylor Smyth Architects won Gold for Sunset Cabin.
Two Bronze awards were won by Levitt Goodman Architects Ltd. for the Adams Fleming Residence, and by the Lang Wilson Practice in Architecture Culture with Hotson Bakker Boniface Haden Associated Architects for ROAR_One.
Three Honourable Mentions were given to: Teeple Architects Inc. for Heathdale House; Superkl Inc. Architect for the Crescent Road House; and Daoust Lestage Inc. for Premier Lac du Nord Residence.
Additionally, Gow Hastings Architects won Gold in the Interior Design Commercial category for the Culinary Arts Teaching Facility (CA, September 2005).