Migrating Landscapes: In the Spirit of Young Architects in Ontario
Brookfield Place was packed with over 300 people last night as the winners for Ontario's exhibition of Migrating Landscapes were announced. Cityzen are advocates of young and emerging architects, and this is one of many competitions Sam Crignano has personally supported.
Congratulations to Ontario winners Andrew Batay-Csorba and Jodi Batay Csorba, Andrea Lacalamita and Gillian Tyrrell, Erica Pecoskie and George Simionopoulos, and Kfir Gluzberg and Liana Bresler, and People's Choice winners Emre Yurga and Christina Kalt.
The winners were selected by an Ontario jury made up of An Te Liu, Michael Moxam, Chris Pommer, Lisa Rochon and Brigitte Shim.
Sam with the winners and Migrating Landscapes Organizer
Migrating Landscapes is a nation-wide competition and series of seven regional exhibitions across Canada that explores how Canadian architects and designers ages 45 and under have been influenced by migration.
The winners of the competition will officially represent "Team Canada" at the 2012 Venice Biennale in Architecture.