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AZ AWARDS Winners 2015 by Azure

International Architectural Awards by Azure magazine – Architecture Competition in Canada

AZ AWARDS Winners 2015

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From an impressive 720 submissions arriving from 43 countries, 19 winners have been selected in the fifth annual AZ Awards – an international competition honouring excellence in design and architecture.

AZ Awards 2015

Published by I Lomholt in Awards

updated on June 24, 2015

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AZ Awards 2016 Jury
Each year, a jury of internationally renowned experts in the areas of product design, architecture, landscape architecture and interiors convenes in Toronto to evaluate the entries of the AZ Awards, AZURE’s international architecture and design competition.

Launched by Toronto-based Azure magazine in 2011, the annual AZ Awards has become one of the most influential and significant design and architecture awards programs worldwide.

AZ Awards 2016 Jury news

Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada, North America

Canadian Architectural Designs

Canadian Building Designs – architectural selection below:

Canada Architecture Design – chronological list

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Fredericton Performing Arts Centre, New Brunswick
Design: Diamond Schmitt Architects
Fredericton Performing Arts Centre New Brunswick
image courtesy of architects
Fredericton Performing Arts Centre, New Brunswick
The City of Fredericton has selected internationally recognized Diamond Schmitt Architects with local partner EXP Engineering, to design their new Performing Arts Centre.

AK Room, Brampton, Ontario, Canada
Architects: Atelier RZLBD
AK Clinic Treatment Room Brampton Ontario
architectural photography : Borzu Talaie
AK Clinic Treatment Room in Brampton, Ontario
Our own human body reveals that beauty or health is symmetrical, balanced, and ordered. The smallest intervention project is a spatial experimentation of these values, converting a typical clinic room of an insignificant footprint into one that transcends its physical boundary and inspires a deeper sense of well-being.

New Central Library, Alberta
Architects: Snøhetta and DIALOG
New Central Library in Calgary
photography © Michael Grimm
New Central Library in Calgary
Calgary’s New Central Library aims to welcome over twice as many as previously annual visitors to its 240,000 SF of expanded facilities, the library will fill a vital role for the rapidly expanding city. As Calgary’s largest public investment since the 1988 Olympics, the library signals the beginning of a new chapter in the life of the city.

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