CSLA 2014 Awards of Excellence Announced
Best in Canadian Landscape Architecture Recognized by the CSLA Awards of Excellence
Projects a reminder that great design helps to build great communities
Ottawa - March 4th, 2014 - Today, the Canadian Society of Landscape Architects (CSLA) announced the national and regional winners of its annual Awards of Excellence. This year, 15 projects received a national award - preeminent examples in Canadian landscape architecture, honouring distinctive design, ground-breaking research, and sustainable landscape management. Click here to read the press release
About the Awards: The CSLA Awards of Excellence celebrate work that is inspiring, exhilarating, and remarkably diverse. View our previous award recipients to experience the ever-expanding range of landscape architecture in Canada today. The Awards of Excellence honour distinctive design, ground-breaking research, sustainable landscape management and much more. Our CSLA landscape architects revitalize derelict inner-city shorelines and fashion pedestrian-friendly streetscapes. They build avant-garde residential gardens and turn brownfields into sustainable parks. They shape our urban landscapes, spearheading city-wide planning and design. Each year, jurors select exceptional projects across many areas of expertise.
CSLA Awards Atlas
CLICK HERE to access the CSLA Awards Atlas and view the winning projects from 2008 to 2013 in images and on "Google Street View". 2014 winning projects to be made available shortly!
Previous Award Recipients
Sherbourne Common (Toronto)
Phillips Farevagg Smallenberg
2012 National Honour Award - Design / Honneur national 2012 - Design