2008 PA Awards

 

55th Annual P/A Awards

  • 55th Annual P/A Awards

    Introducing eight projects that are breaking new ground around the globe. A jury of architects and experts weighs in on what defines "progressive architecture" today.

     
  • Anmahian Winton Architects

    The Community Rowing Boathouse offers access to the waters of the Charles River in more ways than one: It serves as the first riverside home for a largely volunteer-run nonprofit (which has been operating seasonally out of a nearby hockey rink for the pas

     
  • Brian Healy Architects

    The result of an open architectural competition celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Korean Church of Boston, the Children's Chapel and Community Center not only provides space for the next generation of parishioners but also acts as an entry point for

     
  • Himma Architecture Studio/Office dA

    It is fitting that the new headquarters for Obzee, a company that owns several fashion labels, is so influenced by the clothes designed within. Located on an urban infill site in Seoul, Korea, the building is an eight-story tower wrapped in its own piece

     
  • SHoP Architects

    For years, one of the only ways that Manhattanites could interact with the East River waterfront has been to look down on it from the deck of the Brooklyn Bridge. SHoP Architects' New York's East River Waterfront Esplanade and Piers project is seeking to change that.

     
  • Skidmore, Owings & Merrill

    Skidmore, Owings & Merrill is famous for building tall, but with the firm's new residential development in Dubai, it is building thin as well.

     
  • Stan Allen Architect

    Urban expansion and development is occurring at lightning speed in Taiwan, and the Taichung Gateway Park master plan is a perfect example. The 620-acre site is being reclaimed from a former airport, a decommissioned air force base, and privately held agric

     
  • Tighe Architecture

    Inspired by the clean lines and diverse forms of 1960s Italian product design, Nodul(ar) House puts the mod in modular housing.

     
  • Weiss/Manfredi

    The mixed-use Barnard College Nexus connects a variety of uses—including offices, a cafeteria, events and meeting rooms, and computer facilities—and links the campus with the surrounding urban environment of New York.

     
 
 

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