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Manitoba firms went home with nine of 17 Prairie Design Awards in an event at the Winnipeg Art Gallery this week.

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Manitoba firms went home with nine of 17 Prairie Design Awards in an event at the Winnipeg Art Gallery this week.

Cibinel Architecture Ltd. who collaborated with Maltzan Architecture Inc. of Los Angeles, won the award of excellence for recent work for Qaumajuq – Inuit Art Centre, the new Inuit gallery adjacent to the Winnipeg Art Gallery.

Jon Trenholm, newly elected president of the Manitoba Association of Architects, said. “It was great to see that level of representation from Manitoba architects especially with us hosting the event this year.”

Cibinel Architecture Ltd. who collaborated with Maltzan Architecture Inc. of Los Angeles, won the award of excellence for recent work for Qaumajuq – Inuit Art Centre, the new Inuit gallery adjacent to the Winnipeg Art Gallery. (Supplied)

The Prairie Design Awards are a tri-provincial collaboration between architectural associations in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba that have been awarded every two years since 2000.

“There was a wide range of projects recognized with a definite focus on the public realm, places for people,” said Trenholm of LM Architectural Group.

In total, there were 166 submissions received and 17 architecture, interior design and landscape architecture projects in Alberta and Manitoba recognized at this year’s awards.

In addition to Cibinel‘s award of excellence for Qaumajuq, the other Manitoba winners of awards of merit were:

– Forest Pavilion in Winnipeg by Public City Architecture Inc. (Small Projects)

Forest Pavilion in Winnipeg by Public City Architecture Inc. (Small Projects)

– Rainbow Butterfly in Winnipeg by Brook McIlroy Inc. (Small Projects)

– Manitoboggan in Winnipeg by Public City Architecture Inc. (Landscape Architecture)

– Snider Orthotic Design in Winnipeg by 1×1 architecture Inc. (Interior Design)

– 62 M in Winnipeg by 5468796 Architecture Inc. (Recent Work)

– RRC Polytech Manitou a bi Bii Daziigae in Winnipeg by Number TEN Architectural Group + Diamond Schmitt Architects in joint venture (Recent Work)

Rainbow Butterfly in Winnipeg by Brook McIlroy Inc. (Small Projects)

– Windsor Park Library in Winnipeg by David Penner Architect + h5 architecture (Recent Work)

– Parkade of the Future in Calgary, AB by 5468796 Architecture & Kasian Architecture, Interior Design and Planning. (Recent Work)

Parkade of the Future in Calgary, AB by 5468796 Architecture & Kasian Architecture, Interior Design and Planning. (Recent Work)

Windsor Park Library in Winnipeg by David Penner Architect + h5 architecture (Recent Work)

Manitoboggan in Winnipeg by Public City Architecture Inc. (Landscape Architecture)

RRC Polytech Manitou a bi Bii Daziigae in Winnipeg by Number TEN Architectural Group + Diamond Schmitt Architects in joint venture (Recent Work)

Snider Orthotic Design in Winnipeg by 1x1 architecture Inc. (Interior Design)

62 M in Winnipeg by 5468796 Architecture Inc. (Recent Work)

Martin Cash

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