June 18, 2014
by Canadian Architect
Winners of the 2014 Prairie Design Awards were recently announced at the RAIC Festival of Architecture in Wininpeg, and were deciede by a jury comprised of Russell Acton of Acton Ostry Architects Inc., Elaine Cecconi of Cecconi Simone Inc., Heather Dubbeldam of DUBBELDAM Architecture + Design, Chris Phillips of PFS Studio, and Paul Samyn of the Winnipeg Free Press.
In the Recent Works category, an Award of Excellence distinguished two projects: The Avenue of Portage in Winnipeg by 5468796 Architecture Inc. and the University of Manitoba ART Lab also in Winnipeg by LM Architectural Group and Patkau Architects Inc. Four Awards of Merit were given to Douglas Park School in Regina by Number Ten Architectural Group, Graduate House – University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon by Stantec Architecture Ltd., Jasper Place Branch Library in Edmonton by Hughes Condon Marler Architects and DUB Architects Ltd. in joint venture, and Northgate Transit Centre in Edmonton by Group2 Architecture Interior Design Ltd.
In the Interior Design category, Manitoba Start in Winnipeg by 5468796 Architecture Inc. received an Award of Merit.
In the Landscape Architecture category, The Landscape of Memory: Poppy Plaza in Calgary by the Marc Boutin Architectural Collaborative Inc. received an Award of Excellence, while an Award of Merit was given to Folly Forest in Winnipeg by Straub Thurmayr CSLA Landschaftsarchitekten and Urban Designers.
In the Small Projects category, an Award of Excellence recognized the Assiniboine Park Washrooms in Winnipeg by Peter Sampson Architecture Studio Inc., while Fiskoist in Gimli by Lianne Veness, Architect scooped an Award of Merit.
For more information, please visit http://prairiedesignawards.com/2014/2014.html.
graduate house, university of saskatchewan in saskatoon by stantec architecture ltd. won an award of merit in the recent work category.