Moriyama & Teshima Architects has not one, but two reasons to be celebrating this year’s World Architecture Festival Awards program. Both Limberlost Place at George Brown College, our project with Acton Ostry Architects, and Mukwa Waakaa’igan Indigenous Centre of Cultural Excellence at Algoma University, our project with Smoke Architecture, have won WAFX Prizes, as well as being selected as finalists in the WAF Future Projects – Education Award category.
The WAFX Award celebrates international proposals which embrace cutting-edge design approaches to address major world issues ranging from tackling the climate emergency to building community resilience. MTA is the only architectural firm in 2022 to have multiple projects earn a WAFX Award. Read more about these globally recognized designs here.