Civiliti, Land Italia, Table Architecture, and Biodiversité Conseil have won a special jury prize from the National Urban Design Awards in the ‘sustainable development’ category for the master plan of a biodiversity corridor in Saint-Laurent, Qué.
The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) has awarded Moshe Safdie, founder of Safdie Architects, and Wuren Wang, vice-chairman of CITIC Heye Investment Co. its 2020 lifetime achievement awards.
Marc Blouin and Catherine Orzes of Blouin Orzes architectes, Montréal, have won the 2020 Emerging Voices award by the Architectural League of New York. They designed the Katittavik Multidisciplinary Hall in Nunavik, Qué.
The Passive House Institute in Darmstadt, Germany, has announced the Passive House Award 2020 to reward pioneering projects in the field of energy efficient construction. A special focus of the competition will be on integrated renewable energy supply.
Entries are open for the 2020 North American Copper in Architecture (NACIA) awards. Architects, designers, and sheet metal contractors can submit their building projects for consideration through January 31, 2020.
Vancouver’s BLA Design Group has won the inaugural microhome international architecture competition by Bee Breeders. The sustainable microhome design is intended to provide an alternative, entry-level option for the city’s increasingly unaffordable housing market.
For the third year in a row, Diamond Schmitt Architects will be recognized with a Civic Trust Award in 2020. Europe’s longest-running awards program for the built environment selected the Senate of Canada Building in Ottawa for demonstrating excellence in architecture, sustainability, inclusiveness, and universal design. Sharing the honour is KWC Architects of Ottawa.
The Builders Code, a pilot program launched to help create organizational change in the British Columbia construction industry, has honoured six companies for their leadership at the inaugural Builders Code Champion Awards in Victoria.