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  1. May 5, 2021Anya Moryoussef wins RAIC Emerging Architect Award

    Congratulations to Anya Moryoussef (MArch '06), who has received the 2021 Emerging Architect Award from the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC).

    The Emerging Architect Award is to recognize an emerging architect for excellence in design, leadership and/or service to the profession. It is intended that this award will inspire other individuals to become licensed and to strive for excellence in their work. 

  2. May 2, 2021Brenda Reid nominated for a Women of the Year Award

    Congratulations to MArch candidate Brenda Reid, for receiving a nomination for the Oktoberfest Rogers Women of the Year Awards, in the Arts & Culture category. The Awards celebrate the amazing accomplishments of women in Waterloo Region. "The women nominated are doing incredible things which help build strong communities and it is evident that their accomplishments are making a difference across the region," said Tim Beckett, festival President. 

  3. Apr. 29, 2021Alumnus Elsa Lam receives a RAIC Award of Excellence

    Congratulations to alumnus Elsa Lam, recipient of a RAIC Award of Excellence.

    The book Canadian Modern Architecture: 1967 to the Present has won the President's Award for Multimedia Representations of Architecture. This award recognizes a narrative about buildings and cities that promotes the publics understanding of architecture and the role of architects. The entry must be a body of work. 

    Medal Recipient: Canadian Modern Architecture: 1967 to the Present

    Elsa Lam (Editor), Graham Livesey (Editor)
    Published: 2019
    Toronto, ON

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