CSLA, CIP and RAIC Announce Winners of 2020 National Urban Design Awards
OTTAWA February 19, 2020–Twelve projects across Canada—each with a tremendous impact on the surrounding built environment—have been selected for the 2020 National Urban Design Awards.
The winning projects range from public art installations and parks to a revitalized underpass.
The awards are part of a two-tier program held in cooperation with Canadian municipalities. The National Urban Design Awards program judged winners of the 2020 municipal awards and entries submitted at large.
The awards in each category will be presented during the RAIC’s Conference on Architecture hosted in Edmonton from June 3-7, 2020.
A full portfolio of the awarded projects—including images and descriptions—can be found here.
The NUDAs are a partnership of the Canadian Society of Landscape Architects, the Canadian Institute of Planners and Architecture Canada. The program recognizes individuals, organizations, firms and projects that have improved quality of life and sustainability in Canadian cities.
Awards are given for achievement in areas such as excellence in urban development or redevelopment projects, architecture, civic improvement projects and community initiatives.
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