Canadian Architect reveals 2022 Awards of Excellence winners
Canadian Architect Magazine has announced the 2022 Canadian Architect Awards of Excellence winners.
Jurors Peter Hargraves, Betsy Williamson, Louis Lemay, and photo juror Félix Michaud met to adjudicate the 55th annual Canadian Architect Awards of Excellence, in October.
Eighteen recipients out of 153 professional entries, 30 student entries, and 31 photo entries received recognition in the Awards of Excellence, Awards of Merit, Student Awards of Excellence, and Photo Award of Excellence categories.
Five years ago, Canadian Architect introduced the Photo Awards of Excellence to “recognize the artistic presentation of completed works of architecture.”
This year, photographer James Brittain won recognition for images of an old building in Nova Scotia, one in a series of vernacular buildings he documented for architect Brian MacKay-Lyons, and a new Montreal building, by Kuehn Malvezzi, Pelletier De Fontenay, and Jodoin Lamarre Pratte architects.
“Jacqueline Young was similarly recognized for two photographs: an atmospheric image of an apartment tower wrapped Christo-like in white building paper, under a blanket of snow, and a golden hour image of a builder at work on a small riverside hut. Finally, Lisa Stinner-Kun’s image captures a group of elk, framed in the breezeway of a lakeside house by 1×1 Architecture,” says the jurors.
The winners are:
AWARDS OF EXCELLENCE
S2 Architecture (Architect of Record) and gh3* (Design Architect)
Moriyama & Teshima Architects and Smoke Architecture
Oxbow Architecture & Richard Kroeker
AWARDS OF MERIT
AEdifica & ADHOC architectes
D’Arcy Jones Architects
KPMB Architects + Daoust Lestage Lizotte Stecker Architecture
EDGZ Architecture & Design Studio
STUDENT AWARDS OF EXCELLENCE
Naomi Julien, McGill University
PHOTO AWARD OF EXCELLENCE
PHOTO AWARDS OF MERIT