2011 AIA Seattle Honor Awards for Washington Architecture

© Tim Bies/Olson Kundig Architects

The AIA Seattle chapter recognized nineteen projects for design excellence from across the state of Washington. An extensive collection of 140 submittals were reviewed, resulting in the selection of ten institutional, seven residential, and two commercial projects. The general theme showed an integration of sustainability into architectural work, stating that the “old discussion of green design in opposition to good design argument is history.”

Nancy Levinson, Editor of Places/Design Observer, moderated the packed event at Benaroya Hall. The competition was juried by Marlon Blackwell FAIA (University of Arkansas), Martin Felsen AIA (Chicago) and Jennifer Yoos (Minneapolis). Co-Chairs were Wendy Pautz AIA of LMN Architects and Guy Michaelsen ASLA of the Berger Partnership.

Continue reading for the complete list of the 2011 winners.

Honor Awards

Art Stable by Olson Kundig Architects

Vancouver Community Library by The Miller Hull Partnership

Wood Block Residence by chadbourne + doss architects

LOTT Clean Water Alliance Regional Services Center by The Miller Hull Partnership

Merit Awards

Eagle Ridge by Gary Gladwish Architecture

PACCAR Hall, Foster School of Business by LMN Architects

Rock Box by mw|works

Sol Duc Cabin by Olson Kundig Architects

SCCA Patient House by Weinstein A|U Architects + Urban Designers

Commendations

Admiral Live-Work by zimmerraystudios

Gray Middle School by Mahlum

Kenmore Library by Weinstein A|U Architects + Urban Designers

Maier Hall by Schacht Aslani Architects

Starbucks Coffee Ohori Park by Starbucks

Push_Pull Residenceby mw|works

South Correctional Entity (SCORE) by DLR Group

Citation

2026 E Madison Mixed-Use Building by Weinstein A|U Architects + Urban Designers LLC

Samsung International Hospital by NBBJ

The Battery Street Tunnel Project by Mona Johnston

 

Cite: Rosenfield, Karissa. "2011 AIA Seattle Honor Awards for Washington Architecture" 27 Oct 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed 22 Dec 2014. <http://www.archdaily.com/?p=179473>