Actualité 27.08.2021

Announcing the jurors for the 2021 Canadian Architect Awards

Canadian Architect Magazine

Carol Phillips, Anne Carrier, Alfred Waugh and James Brittain are our 2021 jurors.

Announcement from Canadian Architect :

Architects from Quebec, Toronto, and Vancouver are the core jurors for our annual awards program.

We are pleased to announce the jurors for the 2021 Canadian Architect Awards of Excellence.

Anne Carrier, MOAQ, FIRAC, RCA is principal and founder of Anne Carrier Architecture, based in Lévis, Québec. Her work is distinguished by an integrated vision of design in the development of Quebec’s architectural identity, combining tradition and modernity. This vision is apparent in her public, private, and competition work, realized with an award-winning team that includes four young associates.


Carol Phillips, OAA, MAIBC, AAA, NSAA, FRAIC, LEED AP is a partner at Toronto-based Moriyama & Teshima Architects, and the design leader for many of the firm’s most innovative and valued projects. Carol is a graduate of the University of Waterloo and regularly lectures, teaches, and serves as critic at various Schools of Architecture, including leading graduate studios at Ryerson University and at the Daniels School of Architecture, Landscape, and Design. Carol sits on the design review panel for projects in the City of Markham and with the Toronto Community Housing Corporation, and is on the advisory committee of Building Equity in Architecture’s Toronto chapter.


Alfred Waugh, Architect AIBC, OAA, MRAIC, LEED AP is principal and founder of Vancouver-based  Formline. He is the designer of the Indian Residential School History and Dialogue Centre at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver. He has also been selected to design Saskatoon’s Central Library with Chevalier Morales and Architecture49 and the University of Toronto’s Indigenous House with LGA Architectural Partners.


For the Photo Awards of Excellence, the three core jurors will be joined by James Brittain.

James Brittain is an award-winning photographer working from studios in Montreal, Canada and London, UK. He studied the history of art and English at the University of Leeds in the UK, before going on to study photography at the London College of Printing.


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