Voting for the 8th annual Pug Awards is coming to a close this Thursday May 31. For those of you who haven't already cast your votes, you still have time! If there's one thing we here at UrbanToronto know when it comes to architectural design in this city, it's that we're a city of opinions. The Pug Awards give us the chance to let the developers, architects, as well as each other, know where we've gone wrong and what we've done right.

Evergreen Brick Works in Toronto by Diamond Scmitt ArchitectsCentre for Green Cities at the Evergreen Brick Works, image from the Pug Awards

The past year saw a number of highly-anticipated projects completed, from the Ritz-Carlton, to the Centre for Green Cities at the Evergreen Brick Works to One Bedford. The Pugs allow you to judge whether you love, like or hate individual projects, based on a variety of factors such as design, context and innovation.

Ritz-Carlton Hotel and Condo in Toronto by Graywood and Page + Steele ArchitectProject rendering for the Ritz-Carlton, image courtesy of Graywood, Cadillac Fairview

We'll leave the judgements up to you for now, so be sure to make your voice heard by heading over to the Pug Awards website. While you're at it, let us know what you voted forin the comments below, and what building you think should be entered into the Hall of Fame & Shame. Finalists will be announced June 13.