Martin Eli Weil Prize

Best Essay in Architectural History

The Martin Eli Weil Prize is awarded annually by the Society for the Study of Architecture in Canada to a student who submitted an essay on the role played by the built environment in Canadian society. The $250 prize and certificate shall be awarded to the winner at the Annual Assembly of the Society, where he/she will be invited to present a conference on his/her essay. The winning essay shall also be published by the Society.

Previous winning essays


Kyle Morgenweg

Tides of Changes: A Social and Architectural History of the Swimming Pool at Château Laurier


Lara Pascali

Two stoves, two refrigerators, Due Cucine: The Italian Immigrant Home with Two Kitchens