2014 AIA Honor Awards

The Herald Examiner Building in Los Angeles (1914).

AIA Gold Medal: Julia Morgan

Julia Morgan's quietly revolutionary architecture—a blend of Beaux-Arts and Bay Area influences—is finally earning its due.

Mark Ripple, partner and director of operations (left) and Steve Dumez, partner and director of design (right).

Architecture Firm Award: Eskew+Dumez+Ripple

With a diverse body of work defined by a keen sensitivity to place, EDR has helped New Orleans rebuild from Katrina.

The Foggy Bottom station

Twenty-Five Year Award: DC Metro

As grand as it was adaptable, Harry Weese’s station design helped transform Washington into a modern metropolis.

Institute Honor Awards: Architecture

Institute Honor Awards: Architecture

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

Institute Honor Awards: Interior 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 and Urban Design

Institute Honor Awards: Regional and Urban Design

The AIA honored six projects in regional and urban design, including ones by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill; Lake|Flato Architects; and WXY Architecture + Urban Design.

Whitney M. Young Jr. Award

Whitney M. Young Jr. Award

Ivenue Love-Stanley, FAIA, principal, Stanley, Love-Stanley

Topaz Medallion

Topaz Medallion

Harrison Fraker, Assoc. AIA, professor of architecture and urban design, UC Berkeley

2014 AIA Honor Awards: Young Architects Award

2014 AIA Honor Awards: Young Architects Award

The 18 winners of this year's Young Architects Awards.

Edward C. Kemper Award

Edward C. Kemper Award

Fredric Bell, FAIA, executive director of AIA New York

Thomas Jefferson Awards

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

Associates Award

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 Honors for Collaborative Achievement

Institute Honors for Collaborative Achievement

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

Julia Morgan Posthumously Awarded the AIA 2014 Gold Medal

Julia Morgan Posthumously Awarded the AIA 2014 Gold Medal

More than a half century after her death, Morgan becomes the first woman architect to win the honor. Karrie Jacobs reports on the historic announcement.

Eskew+Dumez+Ripple Wins the AIA 2014 Architecture Firm Award

Eskew+Dumez+Ripple Wins the AIA 2014 Architecture Firm Award

Days after the death of founding partner Allen Eskew, the firm wins the Institute's highest honor for its design work across Louisiana and waterfront planning in New Orleans.

Fredric Bell Awarded the AIA 2014 Kemper Award

Fredric Bell Awarded the AIA 2014 Kemper Award

Known for his work with New York's Center for Architecture, Bell is honored for his public service.

Harrison Fraker Receives the AIA/ASCA 2014 Topaz Medallion Award

Harrison Fraker Receives the AIA/ASCA 2014 Topaz Medallion Award

The AIA and ASCA award Harrison Fraker, Assoc. AIA, the Topaz Medallion for his contributions in over 40 years of architectural education.

Ivenue Love-Stanley Wins the AIA 2014 Whitney M. Young Jr. Award

Ivenue Love-Stanley Wins the AIA 2014 Whitney M. Young Jr. Award

Ivenue Love-Stanley, an Atlanta architect and civic entrepreneur, is being recognized for her work as an advocate for architecture's potential to transform society.

Projects

8150 Sunset Boulevard 8150 Sunset Boulevard

Gehry Partners

2015 Solar Decathlon: Sure House 2015 Solar Decathlon: Sure House

Stevens Institute of Technology

NIHERST Science City NIHERST Science City

ArquitectonicaGEO

Zartosht Zartosht

Kamvari Architects

Folds Folds

Bureau de Change

CHS Field CHS Field

Snow Kreilich Architects, Inc., AECOM, Ryan Companies

Cultural Corridor Chapultepec Cultural Corridor Chapultepec

FREE Fernando Romero Enterprise, Frente Arquitectura, RVDG Arquitectura + Urbanismo

Heroes' Green Heroes' Green

Counts Studio

The Weight of Sacrifice The Weight of Sacrifice

Joseph Weishaar

Plaza to the Forgotten War Plaza to the Forgotten War

Johnsen Schmaling Architects

Smith Residence Smith Residence

Archipelago Hawaii, Mokulua High Performance Builder

Paseo Verde Paseo Verde

WRT, Jonathan Rose Companies, APM

888 San Mateo 888 San Mateo

TCA Architects

East Side Church of Christ East Side Church of Christ

Kennon|Calhoun Workshop

Bellevue Library Bellevue Library

Hastings Architecture Associates

Hicks Orthodontics Hicks Orthodontics

BarberMcMurry architects

Hattiloo Theater Hattiloo Theater

Archimania

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