Edmonton Urban Design Awards
About the Urban Design Awards
The City of Edmonton and the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC) believe it is important to promote public and private awareness of the role of urban design.
Every two years, since 2005, the City and the RAIC have co-hosted the Edmonton Urban Design Awards to recognize individuals, organizations, firms and projects that have contributed to urban design and the quality of life in Edmonton.
Entries open for the 2015 Edmonton Urban Design Awards
Entries are now open for the eight categories for the 2015 Edmonton Urban Design Awards. This year's categories are:
- Implemented Urban Design Plans
- Urban Architecture
- Civic Design Projects
- Urban Fragments
- Community Improvement Projects
- Student Projects
- Heritage Projects (new this year)
- Infill Development (new this year)
For further information, please read the 2015 Edmonton Urban Design Awards call for entries document (7.8MB).
Previous Years Awards
Awards were most recently handed out in 2013. They have been handed out biennially since 2005. Designers, developers, sponsors, and owners of the awarded projects received an Award of Excellence or an Award of Merit. In 2013 a People's Choice Award was opened up for voting from the public.
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