Some well-known firms like Skidmore, Owings & Merrill and Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) came home with top honors, and Peter Marino Architect received awards in multiple categories. The 10 categories were Residential, Multi Family; Institutional; Commercial/Industrial, Large; Commercial/Industrial, Small; Urban Planning/Design; Adaptive Reuse/Historic Preservation; Interiors, Unbuilt, General; and International.
“New York architects are universally praised for their design excellence and these projects are no different," said AIA New York State (AIANYS) executive director Georgi Ann Bailey, in a press release from AIANYS. "Our residents and visitors are the real winners; they are the people who live, work, play and stay in these works of art.”
Presentation of the awards will take place on Nov. 10 in Albany, N.Y.
We don't have room to show all 28 winners here, but the following projects received Awards of Excellence.
Category: Adaptive Reuse/Historic Preservation
Category: Commerical/Industrial, Large
Category: Commercial/Industrial, Small
Hublot Fifth Avenue, in New York City, by Peter Marino Architects
Kent State Center for Architecture and Environmental Design, in Kent, Ohio, by Weiss/Manfredi
Category: Residential, Multi Family
Category: Residential, Small
Category: Urban Planning/Design