AIA New York announces 2017 Design Awards winners
Every year, the AIA New York Design Awards recognize the exceptional work of its members, locally practicing architects, and New York-based projects.
From large-scale urban interventions to temporary installations, this year's winning projects — which were granted either an Honor or Merit — were judged on design quality, response to its context and community, program resolution, innovation, thoughtfulness, and technique.
Here are a few of this year's winners:Architecture Category - Honor: Steven Holl Architects for University of Iowa Visual Arts BuildingPhoto © Iwan BaanArchitecture Category - Merit: Deborah Berke Partners for Cummins Indy Distribution HeadquartersPhoto courtesy 2017 AIANY Design... View full entry
Do architecture awards matter?
Almost singing the refrain, "What do awards have to do with it?" writer Ben Willis investigates the disconnect between the plethora of architectural awards, both those that recognize aesthetics and those that focus on data-driven technical specs, and the public's (and for that matter, other... View full entry
2016 Matsumoto Prize Online Voting Now Open
Recognizing excellence in North Carolina Modernist residential designOnline voting for the 2016 George Matsumoto Prize: Recognizing Excellence in North Carolina Modernist Residential Design, begins today at:https://ncmhcompetitions.squarespace.comThe 2016 Matsumoto Prize, supported by the... View full entry
2015 Matsumoto Prize honors six exemplary modernist houses
Non-profit North Carolina Modernist Houses has announced the six winners – three Jury awards and three People’s Choice awards – of the 2015 George Matsumoto Prize for Modernist residential design. The winners were announced on July 16 during a special event at McConnell Studios in... View full entry
Modernist Houses Across North Carolina Win Top Honors In The 2014 Matsumoto Prize
Modernist houses from Asheville to Wilmington received top honors last week in the third annual George Matsumoto Prize for Modernist residential design across the state, sponsored by the award-winning non-profit organization North Carolina Modernist Houses (NCMH).The houses submitted had to be... View full entry