Toronto Urban Design Awards
14sep5:30 pm10:30 pmToronto Urban Design AwardsPrivate Buildings in Context: Mid-RiseAward Event TypeAward Ceremony/Gala,Recipients AnnouncedGeographical ReachON
Award Event Type
Recipients Announced & Award Ceremony / Annonce des lauréats et Cérémonie de remise des prix
Every other year, the City of Toronto holds Urban Design Awards to acknowledge the significant contribution that architects, landscape architects, urban designers, artists, design students, and city builders make to
Every other year, the City of Toronto holds Urban Design Awards to acknowledge the significant contribution that architects, landscape architects, urban designers, artists, design students, and city builders make to the look and livability of our city. The awards competition offers the opportunity to receive city-wide recognition from a jury of urban visionaries.
Award Category Description
An individual building or a composition of buildings that achieve(s) urban design excellence and is precedent setting for a project of its type through its relationship to the public realm, pedestrian amenity, detailing and massing, and the natural environment.
Submissions should document and highlight how the project contributes to successful city-building through its contextual relationship, design quality and measures of sustainable design.
All types of buildings are eligible whether “landmark” or “background,” new construction or a restoration/transformation. Projects in both urban and suburban contexts will be considered.
The Private Buildings in Context category consists of three sub-categories that reflect a range of scales:
A mid-rise building is generally taller than four storeys, but no taller than the width of the adjacent street right-of-way (i.e. typically between 5 and 11 storeys). Submissions may include, but are not limited to: mixed-use “Avenue” buildings, small apartment/condo buildings, commercial and industrial buildings.
(Tuesday) 5:30 pm - 10:30 pm
BIENNIAL / BIENNAL
Project / Projet
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