[September 8, 2020]
In August, works by the Toronto architectural photography collective doublespace (Amanda Large and Younes Bounhar) received worldwide recognition. The collective’s images of the Horizon residential complex in the Utah mountains earned it two photography awards – jury and public – at the ArchitizerA+Awardscompetititon. Designed by the Halifax firm MacKay-Lyons Sweetapple Architects, the Horizon complex is at an altitude of 9,000 feet, in the heart of a ski resort. The photographs highlight the ethereal aspect of the project and the individualized approach to each residence. Since 2013, the A+Awards have celebrated world architecture through awards in almost 90 categories. The Concepts – Plus-Architecture +Photography & Video Award is almost the only one not intended for architects.