Ronald J. Thom Award for Early Design Achievement
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Studio Junction operates in an "evolving urban design" context of smaller and more modest projects that focus on spatial planning and help create a more diversified and dynamic neighbourhood and cities where people like to live.
What is this prize?
The Ronald J. Thom Award for Early Design Achievement is given to a practitioner of architecture or an architectural firm. The successful candidate must be in the early stages of a career or practice and must demonstrate both outstanding creative talent and exceptional potential in architectural design.
How to qualify
Apply to the Council as either an "individual applicant" or an "architectural firm".
For eligibility criteria, the application form and further information on this prize, see the Ronald J. Thom Award for Early Design Achievement Guidelines.
1 March 2018
Who created this prize?
The award was established in 1990, in collaboration with the Canada Council for the Arts, by friends and colleagues of the eminent Canadian architect Ronald J. Thom. The award honours Mr. Thom's life and work and celebrates the buildings he designed and the encouragement and inspiration he gave his colleagues.
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