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2009 Canadian Society of Landscape Architects Awards


March 3, 2009
by Canadian Architect

The annual awards program hosted by the University of Manitoba Department of Landscape Architecture recognizes excellence in landscape architecture in categories of Design, Planning & Analysis, Research, Communications, Landscape Management, New Directions, and Residential Design.

This year out of 56 entries, 13 projects received national awards and 12 projects received regional awards.

 

Four projects received National Honour Awards: La Promenade Samuel-De Champlain in Quebec City by la consortium Daoust Lestage inc. – Williams Asselin Ackaoui – Option Amenagement; Outremont Campus at the Université de Montréal by Groupe Cardinal Hardy and Provencher Roy + Associés architectes; Lake Ontario Park Master Plan in Toronto by Field Operations; and Point Pleasant Park Comprehensive Plan in Halifax by Ekistics Planning and Design, NIP paysage and HRM.

 

Six projects received National Merit Awards: Lakeview Community Education and Landscape Politics project in Mississauga by the Centre for Landscape Research at the University of Toronto; Ground: the Landscape Architect Quarterly by the Ontario Association of Landscape Architects; Green Infrastructure in Calgary’s Mobility Corridors by the Design Centre for Sustainability at the University of British Columbia; Southeast False Creek Waterfront – Phase 1 in Vancouver by PWL Partnership Landscape Architects Ltd.; Garden City Play Environment in Richmond by space2place design inc.; and Spadina Wavedeck in Toronto by West 8 + DTAH (du Toit Allsopp Hillier).

Three projects won National Citation Awards: Port to Port Corridor Study in Sydney, NS by CBCL Limited; Urban Corridor Planning/City of Houston project by the Planning Partnership Limited; and Square des Frères-Charon in Montreal by the Ville de Montréal – Direction des grands parcs et de la nature en ville.

 

The three Regional Honour Awards winners are: Renaturalization of the St-Charles River – Phase 3 in Quebec City by IBI Group/DAA; Cornell Master Plan for the Ithaca Campus in New York by George Dark of Urban Strategies Inc.; and Spirit Trail in Vancouver by space2place design inc.

 

The four Regional Merit Awards winners are: Mountain View Cemetery – Masonic Area Redevelopment in Vancouver by LEES + Associates & Phillips Farevaag Smallenberg; Franklin Children’s Garden in Toronto by Janet Rosenberg + Associates (JRA)/Schollen & Company; Ellis Avenue Stormwater Management Wetlands in Toronto by Ecoplans Limited; and Boustrophedon Garden in Quebec City by PLANT Architect Inc.

 

The five Regional Citation Awards winners are: Seaton Natural Heritage System Management Plan and Master Trails Plan in Toronto by Schollen & Company Inc.; Vancouver General Hospital (VGH) Energy Centre in Vancouver by Phillips Farevaag Smallenberg Planning, Urban Design and Landscape Architecture; Safeco Insurance Roof Gardens in Seattle also by Phillips Farevaag Smallenberg Planning, Urban Design and Landscape Architecture; Red Deer Country Open Space Master Plan in Red Deer County by Bev Sandalack, the EVDS Urban Lab, and Dillon Consulting Limited; and Winnipeg Humane Society in Winnipeg by Hilderman Thomas Frank Cram Landscape Architecture and Planning.

 

 

For more information, please visit http://csla.ca/site/index.php?q=en/node/339



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