DIALOG honoured for design excellence by Canadian Architect magazine

DIALOG honoured for design excellence by Canadian Architect magazine

DIALOG took top honours for design excellence in two categories at this year’s Canadian Architect Awards of Excellence. Both the new Calgary Central Library and Vancouver House received recognition.

Here’s an excerpt on the awards:

Awards of Excellence are given each year to architects and architectural graduates for buildings in the design stage. One of only two national award programs devoted exclusively to architecture, the Awards of Excellence have recognized significant building projects in Canada on an annual basis since 1968.

This year’s winners have been selected by a jury consisting of Maxime-Alexis Frappier, principal and lead designer at ACDF Architecture in Montreal; Pat Hanson, founding partner of gh3 in Toronto; and Johanna Hurme, cofounder of 5468796 Architecture in Winnipeg.

Awards are given for architectural design excellence. Jurors considered response to the program, site, geographical and social context, and evaluated physical organization, structure, materials and environmental features.

Read more in Canadian Architect.

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