Batoche: 2017 AZ Awards finalist

Batoche National Historic Site

Batoche National Historic Site

We are thrilled to announce that our work for Batoche National Historic Site has been selected as a finalist in the Experiential Graphic Design category of AZURE magazine’s 2017 AZ Awards. The project is among the 70 finalists chosen from over 800 entries arriving from 41 countries. This is an accomplishment we are happy to share with you. Not only that, we are proud to join Omar Ghandi who is also a finalist in the Architecture—Residential, Single Family category for his Rabbit Snare Gorge residence.

The AZ Awards is an initiative of AZURE, an award-winning magazine with a focus on contemporary architecture and design. Since its launch in 1985, AZURE magazine has earned a global reputation for excellence.

In 2011, AZURE launched an international competition open to architects, designers, manufacturers and students of design-related disciplines. Recognizing excellence and innovation, the AZ Awards showcases the best architecture, landscape architecture and interior design projects as well as products, concepts and student work from around the world.

We look forward to meeting the other finalists at the AZ Awards Gala in Toronto on Friday, June 23, at Toronto's Evergreen Brick Works. This year, Architect Massimiliano Fuksas as the 2017 AZ Awards will be the guest of honour, and will speak about his work, inspiration and process.