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September 17, 2003
2003 Architecture and Urban Design Awards winners announced
At a ceremony in the Rotunda of City Hall last night, Councillor Kyle Rae (Ward
27, Toronto Centre-Rosedale), Toronto East York Community Council Chair, and
Paula Dill, Commissioner of Urban Development Services, announced the winners
of the City of Toronto Architecture and Urban Design Awards. From over 70
entries, the jury of Patrick Bollenberghe, Alex Krieger, Bruce Kuwabara and
Lisa Rochon chose 15 projects for Awards or Honourable Mentions.

Held every other year, the awards acknowledge and promote the contribution that
architects, landscape architects, artists and urban designers make toward
enhancing quality of life. Their achievements also help to shape urban
character and identity through their visions, plans and buildings.

Award of Excellence
* Visions and Master Plans
§ Laneway Architecture and Urbanism
* Buildings
§ 83a Marlborough Ave.
§ District Lofts
§ St. Clair Mausoleum at Prospect Cemetery
§ Eatonville Public Library
§ Bahen Centre for Information Technology - University of Toronto

Honourable Mention
* Visions And Master Plans
§ Regent Park Revitalization Plan
§ Ashbridges Bay Treatment Plant Site Design
* Elements
§ Regent Park South Splash Pool
§ City of Toronto Transit Shelter Program
* Buildings
§ Eric Arthur Gallery
§ Camden Lofts
§ Ideal Condominiums
§ Queen Richmond Centre
§ Upper Beach Village

Photos and full design credits appear on the City's Web site:

Media contact:
Robert J. Freedman, Director of Urban Design,
Urban Development Services, 416-392-1126.



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