Form:Media Batoche National Historic Site Work Honored and Published

Batoche National Historic Site

On June 23, 2017, winners and finalists flew in from as far away as Poland and China to attend the celebration at Toronto’s iconic Evergreen Brick Works, where the results of Azure Magazine’s seventh annual AZ Awards competition were announced in the presence of top talents from the local and international architecture and design communities. Form:Media's work for Batoche National Historic Sitereceived a People’s Choice award in the Experiential Graphic Design category. This was the inaugural year for the Experiential Graphic Design category of the 7th annual AZ Awards. The submissions were narrowed down to three selections by the jury for the category. The Annual Awards Issue is on newsstands in Canada now. 

Form:Media's work is also being published in the July issue of Applied Arts magazine’s annual Design Awards edition. In addition to featuring over 100 pages of winning work by designers from Canada and abroad in packaging, graphics, editorial, typography, the issue has themed section to reflect on Canada’s sesquicentennial, including an exclusive feature article looking at two projects Form:Media developed. The article attempts to answer the question: "how does landscape inform architecture and brand?,"  looks at the strategy behind navigating stakeholder relationships and design to bridge the past and future at Batoche National Historic Site and also explores the proposed architectural developments to Labrador's Red Bay Basque Whaling Station.

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