National Urban Design Awards — 2020 Recipient

The National Urban Design Awards is a biennial Canadian awards program established by the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada, the Canadian Institute of Planners and the Canadian Society of Landscape Architects in 2006. The program showcases excellence in urban design, raises public awareness of the role of urban design in sustainability and quality of life in Canadian cities, and recognizes the contributions of individuals, organizations, firms, and projects. The awards are part of a two-tier program held in cooperation with Canadian municipalities.


Award Recipient
Recipient(s) Award Category
Topographic Urban Expansion Student Projects View
Mechanized River Valley Access Civic Design Projects View
18 Shades of Gay Urban Fragments View
The Warming Huts Community Initiatives View
Intervention plan for the comfort and safety of pedestrians and cyclists in Old Québec City (Vieux-Québec) Urban Design Plans View
Casey House Urban Architecture View
Corridor de biodiversité, Arrondissement de Saint-Laurent, Montréal Sustainable Development View
Certificate of Merit
Recipient(s) Award Category
The Drainage Filter for the Everglades Student Projects View
Berczy Park Civic Design Projects View
North East Exchange District Public Realm Civic Design Projects View
The Fourth Street SW Underpass Enhancement Urban Fragments View
The Springdale Library and Komagata Maru Park Urban Architecture View