Young Architect Award

This award is to recognize a young architect for excellence in design, leadership and/or service to the profession. It is intended that this award will inspire other young architects to become licensed and to strive for excellence in their work.

Emerging Architect Award - 2020 Recipient

Recipient: 
Drew Adams
City: 
Toronto,
Province / Territory: 
ON

An Associate at LGA Architectural Partners, Drew Adams stands apart for his drive to affect meaningful change through design. A background in architecture, landscape architecture and urban planning fuels his capacity to engage differently. He is motivated by asking: how can we harness design to impact people’s lives and the environment in profound and lasting ways?

Young Architect Award - 2019 Recipient

Recipient: 
Jessie Andjelic
City: 
Calgary,
Province / Territory: 
AB

Jessie Andjelic, MRAIC, is an architect, urbanist, and educator based in Calgary, AB. She runs a practice, regularly lectures on architecture and urbanism, teaches, and mentors intern architects.

Andjelic has exhibited work in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Italy, Bulgaria, and Estonia. Her range of projects includes housing, civic centres, university buildings, and master plans. Among her distinctions is winning first place in four architectural competitions.

Prix du jeune architecte - Lauréat 2019

Recipient: 
Kenneth Borton
City: 
Winnipeg,
Province / Territory: 
MB

La réussite de Ken Borton, MRAIC, prouve que les architectes canadiens n’ont pas besoin de travailler à l’étranger pour réaliser des projets stimulants et qu’il est possible de mener une carrière enrichissante en s’engageant envers la ville de Winnipeg.

Borton, 39 ans, a obtenu son diplôme de la Faculté d’architecture de l’Université du Manitoba en 2007, après avoir obtenu plusieurs distinctions pendant ses études.

Young Architect Award - 2019 Recipient

Recipient: 
Kenneth Borton
City: 
Winnipeg,
Province / Territory: 
MB

The success of Ken Borton, MRAIC, shows that Canadian architects need not work abroad to produce exciting work and that a commitment to Winnipeg, MB can lead to a rewarding architectural career.

Borton, 39, graduated in 2007 from the University of Manitoba Faculty of Architecture, where he received numerous recognitions for his academic achievements.

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