May 3, 2005
by Canadian Architect
The 2005 winners of the Architectural Institute of British Columbia’s (AIBC) Awards were announced at the professional association’s annual President’s Dinner and Architectural Awards Gala on Saturday, April 30 at Science World in Vancouver.
An annual event, the AIBC Architectural Awards honour architectural achievement in projects designed and completed by AIBC members; recognize the role of AIBC members, associates, and clients in creating excellence in the built environment; and encourage public interest in BC architects and architecture.
Three award categories receive submissions annually: the Barbara Dalrymple Memorial Award for Community Service, given to an AIBC member for exception, short-term community service or for lifetime achievement; the Lieutenant-Governor of British Columbia Award, a juried award that recognizes excellence in recently completed projects by AIBC members; and the AIBC Innovation Award, recognizing achievements that are not strictly architectural but that have a direct bearing on the future of architecture.
This year’s winners include:
2005 Barbara Dalrymple Memorial Award for Community Service
*Charlotte Murray (Retired Architect) of Vancouver
2005 Lieutenant-Governor of British Columbia Medal Awards (LGs)
*Peter Cardew Architects of Vancouver for Stein Medical Clinic
*mcfarlaneGreen Architecture + Design of North Vancouver for the Prince George Airport Expansion
2005 Lieutenant-Governor of British Columbia Certificates of Merit
*Acton Ostry Architects of Vancouver for the Siple House
*Florian Maurer Architect of Naramata for the Single Family Residence
*Hughes Condon Marler: Architects of Vancouver for the West Vancouver Aquatic Centre
2005 AIBC Innovation Award
*Busby Perkins + Will Architects of Vancouver for the Sustainable Condo Project
*Pechet and Robb Studio Ltd. of Vancouver for the Lakewood Residence