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September 13, 2000
Architecture and Urban Design Awards Winners Announced
  
The winners of the inaugural City of Toronto Architecture and Urban Design
Awards were announced last night by City Councillor Lorenzo Berardinetti and
Urban Development Services Commissioner Paula Dill at a reception at City Hall.

From over 90 entries, the jury of Janna Levitt, Dan Hanganu, William Greer and
Bruce Corban chose to recognize the 15 projects listed below.

Now an annual event, the awards were created to recognize the role that good
urban design and architecture play in enhancing the quality of life in any city.

Awards:

ELEMENT or BUILDING
  • McKinsey & Company
  • Providence Centre
  • Robertson House Crisis Care Centre
  • Rotary Park Pool/"Swell"
LARGE PLACE or STREET
  • National Trade Centre
  • The Don Valley Brickworks
THEORETICAL PROJECTS
  • Toronto Waterfront Plan
  • Tree City
SMALL PLACE
  • Courthouse Square
Honourable Mention

ELEMENT or BUILDING
  • Eglinton Spectrum Public School
  • Umbra World Headquarters
BUILDING ADAPTATION
  • Kensington Market Lofts
  • John Street Roundhouse Restoration
SMALL PLACE
  • Alex Wilson Community Garden
  • Sheldon Lookout


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