Today the American Institute of Architects (AIA) announced the winners of the 2017 program of the Institute Honor Awards for Architecture, along with the winners in the Interior Architecture and Regional & Urban Design categories. This year, like the four years before it, the Institute has awarded 11 projects in the architecture category.
The 2017 award jury comprised chair Mark Reddington, FAIA, a partner of Seattle-based LMN ArchitectsHNTB; David Cordaro, the American Institute of Architecture Students representative; Leslie Elkins, FAIA, the owner of Leslie Elkins Architecture in Houston; Timothy Johnson, AIA, a partner of NBBJ; William Q. Sabatini, FAIA, a founding principal of U.S. firm Dekker/Perich/Sabatini; Adrian Smith, FAIA, a partner of Chicago-based Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture; Beatrice Spolidoro, Assoc. AIA, an intern at Pittsburgh, Pa.–based Rothschild Doyno Collaborative; and Marilyn Terranova, the interim superintendent for the Pocantico Hills Central School District in Sleepy Hollow, N.Y.
Click on the project names below for more information in ARCHITECT's Project Gallery.
Aspen Art Musuem by Shigeru Ban Architects
Carmel Place by nARCHITECTS
Carnegie Hall Studio Towers Renovation Project by Iu + Bibliowicz Architects
The Cotton Gin at the CO-OP District by Antenora Architects
Grace Farms by SANAA
Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts by Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects | Partners
St. Ann's Warehouse by Marvel Architects
The Six Affordable Veteran Housing by Brooks + Scarpa
Stanford University Central Energy Facility by ZGF Architects
Thread Artist Residency and Cultural Center by Toshiko Mori Architect
Yale Center for British Art Building Conservation Project by Knight Architecture
Visit ARCHITECT's Project Gallery for more information about the winners of the Institute Honor Awards for Architecture program.
Correction: An earlier version of this article misspelled the name of the Carnegie Hall Studio Towers Renovation Project architecture firm. The firm is called Iu + Bibliowicz Architects, not Lu + Bibliowicz Architects.