6 Canadian Projects Win WAFX Award – 2 of which are MTA’s!

Six Canadian projects have earned a 2022 World Architecture Festival WAFX Award – Two of which are designed by Moriyama & Teshima Architects!

MTA are the designers of Mukwa Waakaa’igan Indigenous Centre of Cultural Excellence at Algoma University, alongside Smoke Architecture, and Limberlost Place at George Brown College’s waterfront campus, alongside Acton Ostry Architects. In addition to being selected for the WAFX prize, both of these projects are finalists in the Future Projects – Education category of the World Architecture Festival Award program. These are two buildings that are set to make a significant impact to their respective campuses, in the way of innovative design, environmental efficiency, student experience, and more.

Canadian Architect has published an article that talks about each of the projects to have received this distinction. The WAFX Award celebrates international proposals which embrace cutting-edge design approaches to address major world issues ranging from the climate emergency to building community resilience.

Congratulations to all of the Canadian WAFX Award winners.

Read the full feature here.

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