Governor General's Medals in Architecture
The recipients of the Governor General’s Medals in Architecture have distinguished themselves as visionary Canadian architects. They have designed spaces where communities are forged, memories are enshrined and identity is created in built form.
What is this prize?
The Governor General's Medals in Architecture recognize and celebrate outstanding design in recently built projects by Canadian architects.
Up to 12 medals
How to qualify
Apply to the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC).
For eligibility criteria and further information on this prize, see the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada website.
See the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC) website.
Who created this prize?
This competition was established by the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada in collaboration with the Canada Council for the Arts in order to raise general public awareness of the cultural importance of architecture in our society and continue a tradition initiated by the Massey Medals in 1950.
For more information
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