Today, The American Institute of Architects announced the winners of its 2022 Architecture Awards, honoring 11 projects that exemplify "the best in contemporary architecture" according to the Institute's press release. When selecting this year's winners, the nine-member jury evaluated overall design achievement, considering a sense of place, purpose, history, and environmental sustainability to underscore the ways that "buildings and spaces can improve lives," according to the same release.
The jury for the 2022 Architecture Awards comprised chair Susan Blomquist, AIA, Payette in Boston; L. William Zahner, Zahner in Kansas City, Mo.; Ana Astiazaran, AIAS, University of Arizona, Tucson; Dominique Hawkins, FAIA, Preservation Design Partnership in Philadelphia; Eddie Jones, FAIA, Jones Studio in Tempe, Ariz.; Gia Mainiero, AIA, Dattner Architects in New York; Pierre Roberson, AIA, AECOM in Detroit; Gail Kubik, Assoc. AIA, Finegold Alexander Architects in Salem, Mass.; and Heather Young, AIA, Heather Young Architects in Palo Alto, Calif.
The 2022 Winners
Andlinger Center for Energy & the Environment in Princeton, N.J., designed by Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects | Partners
Billerica Memorial High School in Billerica, Mass., designed by Perkins&Will
Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design in Atlanta, designed by Miller Hull Partnership in collaboration with Lord Aeck Sargent
Marine Education Center at the University of Southern Mississippi, Ocean Springs, Miss., designed by Lake|Flato Architects in collaboration with Unabridged Architecture
The Owsley Brown II History Center in Louisville, Ky., designed by De Leon & Primmer Architecture Workshop
See more winners of the 2022 AIA Honor Awards here.