Congratulations to the Winners of the 2019 Missing Middle Infill Design Competition
The first place team is currently in negotiations with the City to purchase the parcels of land at the northeast corner of 112 Avenue and 106 Street in the Spruce Avenue neighbourhood and build their winning design, conditional on rezoning approval.
2019 Infill Design Competition Awards
Competition winners for the 2019 Infill Design Competition were announced at the Edmonton Infill Design Competition Reception on Wednesday May 29, 2019.
Part & Parcel, Studio North, and Gravity Architecture
Jury Commentary: This scheme provides a contextually responsive design which may be translated into a tangible community asset due to its high degree of construction viability and replicable design elements.
Leckie Studio Architecture + Design Inc.
Jury Commentary: This submission provides a twist on classic urbanism through its marriage of high quality and durable materials and simple, elegant shape.
RedBrick Group of Companies and SPECTACLE
Jury Commentary: This scheme represents an innovative approach to site layout by distributing densities and amenity spaces through a unique “checkerboard” development pattern and basic massing, which supports affordability and sustainability.
Primavera Development Group Inc., RPK Architects Ltd., McElhanney Consulting Services Ltd., and Synergy Projects Ltd.
Jury Commentary: This submission presents a rational plan with thoughtful consideration of outdoor amenity spaces which provide interactivity between the public and private realm.
Postmark Development Co., Holo Blok Architecture Inc., Ground3 Inc., Design Works Engineering & Inspections Ltd., and Rahmaan Hameed Studios Inc.
This submission was a fan favourite for its originality, pragmatic yet whimsical design approach, incorporation of community gathering spaces and amenities, and balance between nature and modern architecture.
View all the entries from the 2019 Infill Design Competition.
2016 Infill Design Winners
Check out the winners and entries from the 2016 Infill Design Competition.