Mayor’s Urban Design Awards (MUDA)

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Award Event Type

Recipients Announced / Annonce des lauréats

Event Details

The Mayor’s Urban Design Awards (MUDA) recognizes the contribution of Calgary urban designers, architects, landscape architects, and artists to the livability of our city. They leave a legacy of high calibre urban design, buildings and public spaces, and help set the standard for future municipal planning and development.

Award Category Description

Thomas Hayton Mawson was an English landscape architect and town planner. In 1913, Mawson was commissioned by The City of Calgary to design a plan for the city\\’s future development. An ambitious but unrealized concept, Images from Calgary: A Preliminary Scheme for Controlling the Growth of the City, now resides at the Canadian Architectural Archives in the University of Calgary library.

This category is for an individual building or a composition of buildings that achieve urban design excellence and creativity through awareness of the Calgary context. Submissions should document and highlight how the building(s) contribute to successful city-building through a contextual relationship. Examples include a residential infill building, a mixed-use or main street building, or a building addition or renovation.


All Day (Thursday)





Entities Awarded

Project / Projet

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