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The Ontario Association of Architects announces its 2005 award winners


May 12, 2005
by Canadian Architect

The OAA Awards offer the Ontario architectural profession an annual opportunity to present its work to a public and professional audience. The awards advertise the excellence of both individual award winners and the profession as a whole, and foster a greater appreciation of architecture and architects among all levels of society.

Two juries received 158 submissions for review. Award-winning projects from across the province illustrate the diversity, expertise and leadership within the profession today. Some of the award winners include the following:

RESIDENTIAL A: SINGLE-FAMILY DWELLING

Award of Excellence
Project: 546 Richmond Street West, Toronto
Architect: David Fujiwara Architect
Client: Dianne Croteau and Richard Brault, Studio Innova Inc.

Honourable Mention
Project: Sunset Cabin, Lake Simcoe
Architect: Taylor Smyth Architects
Client: Jack and Beverly Creed

RESIDENTIAL B: MULTI-UNIT DWELLING

Award of Excellence
Project: Dunn Avenue Triplex, Toronto
Architect: Altius Architecture Inc.
Client: Michael Sabino

Award of Excellence
Project: The Morgan, Toronto
Architect: Quadrangle Architects Limited
Client: Great Gulf Homes Limited

INSTITUTIONAL A: LESS THAN $10 MILLION

Honourable Mention
Project: Sachigo Lake First Nation K-12 School, Sachigo Lake
Architect: Smith Carter Architects and Engineers
Client: Sachigo Lake First Nation

Honourable Mention
Project: University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies, Toronto
Architect: Moriyama & Teshima Architects
Client: The Governing Council of the University of Toronto

Honourable Mention
Project: University of Toronto Student Campus Student Centre, Scarborough
Architect: Stantec Architecture Ltd.
Client: Scarborough Campus Students Union / University of Toronto

INSTITUTIONAL B: GREATER THAN $10 MILLION

Award of Excellence
Project: Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre, Thunder Bay
Architect: Salter Farrow Pilon Architects Ltd.
Client: Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre

Award of Excellence
Project: Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics, Waterloo
Architect: Saucier + Perrotte architectes
Client: Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics

Honourable Mention
Project: Charles W. Stockey Centre for the Performing Arts, Parry Sound
Architect: Keith Loffler McAlpine Architects / ZAS Architects Inc. in joint venture
Client: Town of Parry Sound

COMMERCIAL A: LESS THAN $5 MILLION

Honourable Mention
Project: Camera, Toronto
Architect: Hariri Pontarini Architects
Client: Hussain Amarshi and Atom Egoyan

COMMERCIAL B: GREATER THAN $5 MILLION

Award of Excellence
Project: Donald and Elaine Triggs Production Centre, Niagara on the Lake
Architect: Lett/Smith Architects
Client: Shaw Festival

The awards will be presented at the OAA Celebration of Excellence hosted by OAA President Randy Roberts, Friday May 13 as part of the OAA Conference, Great Architecture-Great Cities to be held in Toronto from May 11-14, 2005. This event is part of Toronto’s month-long Festival of Architecture and Design. To purchase tickets visit www.oaa.on.ca. For a complete listing of awards, please visit www.oaa.on.ca/client/oaa/OAAHome.nsf/web/2005+Award+Winners?OpenDocument



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