Most Popular AIA Honor Awards

 

Most Popular AIA Honor Award

  • Institute Honor Awards: Architecture

    The AIA honored 11 entries in the architecture category in 2014, including projects by Gensler, Cannon Design, and Olson Kundig

     
  • AIA Announces the 2014 Honor Awards: Regional/Urban Design

    The AIA released the 2014 Honor Award winners, including six projects in the Regional/Urban Design category.

     
  • Institute Honors for Collaborative Achievement

    ACE Mentor Program, National Building Museum, Post-Sandy Initiative, and Rick Smith

     
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    AIA Thomas Jefferson Award for Public Architecture

    Michael Pyatok, FAIA, principal and founder, Pyatok Architects, and Ginnie Cooper, chief librarian and executive director, District of Columbia Public Library

     
  • Whitney M. Young Jr. Award: Rural Studio

    The Auburn University offshoot designs sustainable community buildings and homes for its home of Hale County, Alabama, one of the nation’s poorest.

     
  • Associates Award

    Ashley W. Clark, Assoc. AIA, marketing manager for LandDesign; Julie Ann Engh, Assoc. AIA, Highland Associates; Ana Isabel Guerra, Assoc. AIA, project manager at Jacobs Engineering Group; and Hiroshi Jacobs, Assoc. AIA, designer at Studios Architecture

     
  • Institute Honor Awards: Interior Architecture

    The nine honorees for the 2014 Interior Architecture awards include Architecture Research Office, Belzberg Architects, and the Miller Hull Partnership.

     
  • Institute Honor Awards: Regional & Urban Design

    The AIA honored four entries in the architecture category in 2015, with projects by BIG, SOM, CBT Architects, and EE&K, a Perkins Eastman company.

     
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    AIA Whitney M. Young Jr. Award

    Harvey B. Gantt, FAIA, principal, Gantt Huberman Architects

     
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    AIA Associates Award

    Jessica Sheridan, G. Martin Moeller Jr., and Patrick Thomas Weber are honored.

     
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    VJAA

    This Minneapolis-based firm is the 2012 AIA Archtitecture Firm of the Year.

     
  • AIA Los Angeles Honors the Year’s Best with 2014 Design Awards

    Morphosis Architects took home the highest the highest honor of the evening for the Emerson College project in Los Angeles.

     
  • Thomas Jefferson Awards

    Carole J. Olshavsky, FAIA, former deputy director of the Ohio Public Works Division; James Logan Abell, FAIA, founder of Abell & Associates Architects; and Robert G. Shibley, FAIA, dean and campus architect of the School of Architecture and Planning at the University of Buffalo

     
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    AIA Topaz Medallion

    Robert Greenstreet, Intl. Assoc. AIA, dean, School of Architecture and Urban Planning, University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee (UWM)

     
  • Twenty-Five Year Award: Broadgate Exchange House

    Located in London’s Broadgate Development, the ten-story office building designed and engineered by Chicago-based Skidmore, Owings & Merrill spans over the tracks of London’s Liverpool Street Station. The jury recognized the hybrid building and bridge site for its holistic approach encompassing...

     
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    AIA Collaborative Achievement Award

    DiscoverDesign.org, Palm Springs Modern Committee, and DC Preservation League are celebrated.

     
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    Architecture Firm Award: BNIM

    The Kansas City firm does not just advocate for building green, but has come to drive the sustainable-design movement.

     
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    AIA Edward C. Kemper Award

    John D. Anderson, FAIA, Anderson Mason Dale Architects

     
  • Topaz Medallion: Peter Eisenman

    Currently an architecture professor at Yale, Eisenman has taught at universities around the world, establishing himself as a world-renowned educator of the built environment.

     
  • AIA Other Awards

    Some of the AIA's other awards: Young Architects Award, Associates Award, Whitney M. Young Jr. Award, Collaborative Achievement Award, and Thomas Jefferson Awards for Public Architecture.

     
 
 
 

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