AIA South Atlantic Region Recognizes 19 Projects for Design Excellence

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AIA South Atlantic Region Recognizes 19 Projects for Design Excellence

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Adrienne Montare, AIA

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adrienne@aiasc.org

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To view this year’s winning projects, click here:

https://aiasar.secure-platform.com/a/gallery?roundId=15

 

DESIGN AWARDS PRESS RELEASE

 

The South Atlantic Region of the American Institute of Architects Recognizes 19 Projects for Design Excellence

 

Savannah, GA – October 5, 2016 — The American Institute of Architects, South Atlantic Region (AIASAR) is pleased to announce the winners of the 2016 South Atlantic Region Design Awards. Over 150 people celebrated the work of firms from Georgia, North Carolina and South Carolina on Saturday evening, October 1, 2016 at the SCAD Museum of Art in downtown Savannah, GA.

 

A total of 19 awards were presented to regional architecture firms in five categories: Adaptive Reuse/Preservation, Housing, Interior Architecture, Unrealized and New Construction/Substantial Renovation. Also presented were two Student Design Awards in recognition of excellent work by students enrolled in an architecture, interior design or urban design program in the South Atlantic region. In addition, the AIA SAR Council bestowed the 2016 Roger Milliken Legacy Award upon Paula Wallace, Hon. AIA, Founder and President of the Savannah College of Art and Design. Wallace was honored for “her passion and leadership, through which Savannah now stands as a great model of how design advocacy, community engagement and civic responsibility can lead to economic and cultural transformation of our Nation’s cities – and a better life for their residents.”

 

The design awards were presented by Steve Dumez, FAIA, Principal and Director of Design, Eskew+Dumez+Ripple in New Orleans, LA, who served as the 2016 SAR Design Awards Jury Chair.

 

Adaptive Reuse/Preservation Honor Award:

Congregation Or Hadash Synagogue

BLDGS

Firm Location: Atlanta, GA

Project Location: Atlanta, GA

Photographer Credit: ©2015 Jonathan Hillyer

 

Adaptive Reuse/Preservation Honor Award:

South Carolina State University Lowman Hall Rehabilitation

Watson Tate Savory, Inc.

Firm Location: Columbia, SC

Project Location: Orangeburg, SC

Photographer Credit: ©gmatsonphoto

 

Adaptive Reuse/Preservation Honor Award:

U.S. Custom House

Liollio Architecture, Inc.

Firm Location: Charleston, SC

Project Location: Charleston, SC

Photographer Credit: ©2010 Jay White Photography

 

Adaptive Reuse/Preservation Merit Award:

Duke University West Campus Steam Plant

Flad Architects

Firm Location: Raleigh, NC

Project Location: Durham, NC

Photographer Credit: © Mark Herboth Photography LLC

 

Housing Honor Award:

Edentwin

The Raleigh Architecture Co.

Firm Location: Raleigh, NC

Project Location: Raleigh, NC

Photographer Credit: © Atlantic Archives/Richard Leo Johnson

 

Housing Honor Award:

Weathering House

Tonic Design

Firm Location: Raleigh, NC

Project Location: Hillsborough, NC

Photographer Credit: © tonic design

 

Interior Architecture Merit Award:

Charlotte Chamber of Commerce

Gensler

Firm Location: Charlotte, NC

Project Location: Charlotte, NC

Photographer Credit: © Mark Herboth Photography LLC

 

Interior Architecture Merit Award:

MailChimp

ASD | SKY

Firm Location: Atlanta, GA

Project Location: Atlanta, GA

Photographer Credit: ©2016 Darris Lee Harris

 

Unrealized Project Merit Award:

House @ Burt Lake

VINES Architecture

Firm Location: Raleigh, NC

Project Location: Burt Lake, MI

Image Credit: VINES architecture

 

Unrealized Project Merit Award:

Solferino North

Andre Johnson Architect, PLLC

Firm Location: Raleigh, NC

Project Location: Raleigh, NC

Image Credit: Andre Johnson Architect PLLC

 

New Construction/Substantial Renovation Honor Award:

Camp Graham | Girl Scouts of NC Coastal Pines

Weinstein Friedlein Architects

Firm Location: Durham, NC

Project Location: Henderson, NC

Photographer Credit: © Mark Herboth Photography LLC

 

New Construction/Substantial Renovation Honor Award:

University of Cincinnati Nippert Stadium West Pavilion

Heery International Inc with Architecture Research Office (ARO)

Firm Location: Atlanta, GA

Project Location: Cincinnati, OH

Photographer Credit: ©2016 Jeremy Bittermann

 

New Construction/Substantial Renovation Honor Award:

United States Courthouse Austin, Texas

Mack Scogin Merrill Elam Architects

Firm Location: Atlanta, GA

Project Location: Austin, TX

Photographer Credit: © Casey Dunn

 

New Construction/Substantial Renovation Merit Award:

AIA North Carolina Center for Architecture and Design

Frank Harmon Architect

Firm Location: Raleigh, NC

Project Location: Raleigh, NC

Photographer Credit: ©2012 Tim Hursley

 

New Construction/Substantial Renovation Merit Award:

Clemson University Watt Family Innovation Center

Perkins+Will

Firm Location: Atlanta, GA

Project Location: Clemson, SC

Photographer Credit: ©2016 Jonathan Hillyer

 

New Construction/Substantial Renovation Merit Award:

Funny Girl Farm

Szostak Design Inc

Firm Location: Chapel Hill, NC

Project Location: Durham, NC

Photographer Credit: © Jim Sink Photography

 

New Construction/Substantial Renovation Merit Award:

Raleigh/Durham Airport Terminal 1 Renovation

Clark Nexsen

Firm Location: Raleigh, NC

Project Location: Raleigh/Durham, NC

Photographer Credit: © Mark Herboth Photography LLC

 

New Construction/Substantial Renovation Merit Award:

St. Helena Library at Penn Center

Liollio Architecture, Inc

Firm Location: Charleston, SC

Project Location: St. Helena Island, SC

Photographer Credit: © Richard Johnson Photography

 

New Construction/Substantial Renovation Merit Award:

Western Carolina University Health & Human Sciences Building

Clark Nexsen

Firm Location: Raleigh, NC

Project Location: Cullowhee, NC

Photographer Credit: © Mark Herboth Photography LLC

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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