CSLA Announces 2020 Awards of Excellence winners

Manitoboggan | Image Credit: Stationpoint Photographic

The Canadian Society of Landscape Architects (CSLA) recently announced the recipients of the Awards of Excellence. This year, 13 projects received a national award. These award-winning projects are preeminent examples of Canadian landscape architecture. They illustrate the range of what landscape architects do and how landscape architects are helping to reshape our communities by defining the places where we live, work and play.

A total of 68 submissions were received. The following winners were selected by a national jury of landscape architects.

Category: Large-Scale Landscapes
Walterdale Bridge (Edmonton, AB)
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Category: Medium-Scale Landscapes
Mechanized River Valley Access (Edmonton, AB)
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Aga Khan Garden (Edmonton, AB)
Nelson Byrd Woltz Landscape Architects

West Eau Claire Park (Calgary, AB)
O2 Planning + Design

Category: Small-Scale Landscapes
Bank of Canada Head Office Renewal (Ottawa, ON)
DTAH

Manitoboggan (Winnipeg, MB)
Public City Architecture

Square Dorchester – Réaménagement de la portion Nord (Montréal, QC)
Claude Cormier et Associés

Category: Planning and Analysis
Rain City Strategy: A green rainwater infrastructure and rainwater management initiative (Vancouver, BC)
City of Vancouver

Top of the World Highway Interpretive Plan (Dawson, YT)
NVision Insight Group with Wendy Shearer Cultural Heritage Specialist

The Meadoway (Scarborough, ON)
Perkins and Will

Category: Research
Exterior Living Wall (Dartmouth, NS)
Outside! Planning & Design Studio

Archaeology and Calgary Parks Uncovering Human History (Calgary, AB)
City of Calgary

Category: Communications
Community Wellbeing: A Framework for the Design Professions
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