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2014 AIA Institute Honor Awards in Architecture

The jury selected eleven projects of various typologies: airport, visitor centre, boathouse, train station, mausoleum etc. Follow the link to the reports about each project.

New Boathouse for Community Rowing, Inc. (CRI) in Boston
Anmahian Winton Architects

Project report

Brooklyn Botanic Garden Visitor Center in New York
WEISS/MANFREDI

Project report

Jackson Hole Airport in Wyoming
Gensler

Project report

Rehabilitation of King Street Station in Seattle
ZGF Architects LLP

Project report

Lakewood Cemetery Garden Mausoleum in Minneapolis
HGA Architects and Engineers

Project report

Centre for International Governance and Innovation (CIGI) Campus in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
KPMB Architects

Project report

The Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust in Los Angeles
Belzberg Architects

Project report

The Pierre on San Juan Island, Washington
Olson Kundig Architects

Project report

SCAD Museum of Art in Savannah, Georgia
Sottile & Sottile and Lord Aeck Sargent in association with Dawson Architects

Project report

Quaker Meeting House and Arts Center, Sidwell Friends School in Washington, D.C.
KieranTimberlake

Project report

St. Louis Public Library, Central Library Transformation and Restoration in St. Louis
Cannon Design

Project report

 

Jury

  • Scott Wolf, FAIA (Chair), The Miller Hull Partnership
  • Natalye Appel, Natalye Appel + Associates Architects
  • Mary Brush, Brush Architects
  • Joy Coleman, Treanor Architects
  • Robert M. Hon, AIAS Student Representative
  • Brenda A. Levin, Levin & Associates Architects
  • Michael J. Mills, Mills + Schnoering Architects
  • G. Martin Moeller, National Building Museum
  • Ed Soltero, Arizona State University
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