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RAIC National Urban Design Award winners highlight climate change, equity, justice

RAIC National Urban Design Award winners highlight climate change, equity, justice
GROUNDCUBED — Exchange: Realizing RiverWalk West, in Calgary, Alta., won an award in the Urban Design Plans category. The project is by groundcubed (Ground3 Inc.), HEREBY Architectural Inc., SIKOMH KOKOMII, Bunt & Associates Engineering Ltd., Martinson Golly Ltd., RJC Engineering.

OTTAWA — The recipients of the 2024 National Urban Design Awards by the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC), awarded every two years, recognize the link between architects, planners and landscape architects in achieving successful urban design.

This year’s recipients have been announced by the Canadian Institute of Planners and the Canadian Society of Landscape Architects.  

The National Urban Design Awards strive to raise awareness of the role urban design plays in maintaining and improving the quality of life in Canadian cities. They also acknowledge the efforts of individuals, organizations, firms and projects in this field, a release indicates. 

Twelve recipients have been selected from the six National Urban Design Award categories: 

“The submissions were consistently very high quality, and focused on many of the topics we as designers are all focusing on in our ever-changing world – justice, equity, diversity and inclusion, on climate change, on resiliency and as always – on high quality design for the many end users we strive to serve,” the jury stated. “Projects were described in the submissions with high quality graphics, photos of built projects and evidence that these projects have made significant changes to the quality of life of Canadians across the country.” 

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