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Congratulations to our co-research worker from the MCHG of McGill School of architecture for their prize in urban design.



A team from the School of Architecture’s Minimum Cost Housing Group (MCHG) has won a prestigious National Design Award for its unique project repurposing discarded materials in the northern village of Kuujjuaq to design and build an outdoor sports pavilion and enhance a central public space. 

The Kuujjuaq Hackathon 2017 project was named winner of the Small or Medium Community Urban Design Award. “The project explored a DIY up-cycling approach that reduces landfill waste and energy consumption, validates the design/build culture of the region, and produced an engaging public structure,” wrote the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada.





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