enRoute announces Hotel Design Awards

The Four Seasons Hotel Toronto.

The Four Seasons Hotel Toronto.

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MONTREAL — enRoute magazine has published its second annual Hotel Design Awards in the September issue of the Air Canada publication.

The contest was open to Canadian-designed properties all over the world. Judges included restaurant and hotel designer Adam D. Tiffany, Canadian novelist and artist Douglas Coupland, French industrial designer Matali Crasset and Maxwell Ryan of Apartment Therapy.

Although the scope was international, the winning hotels were all located in Canada.

The Four Seasons Hotel Toronto, designed by Glenn Pushelberg and George Yabu of Yabu Pushelberg, won for Best Overall Interior Design.

The award for Best Overall Architecture went to Cabot Links Lodge, Inverness, NS, designed by Susan Fitzgerald of Fowler Bauld & Mitchell.

The James Hotel, Saskatoon, had the Best Lobby in the under 150 rooms category thanks to the work of Michael Shugarman of Shugarman Architecture + Design.

Rosewood Hotel Georgia, Vancouver, designed by Alessandro Munge and Sai Leung of Munge Leung, took the honours in the category of Best Lobby for hotels over 150 rooms.