AIA New York announced 2010 Design Award Winners

The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art / Morphosis Architects / Photo © Iwan Baan

The eminent juries convened for the AIA New York Chapter’s Design Awards announced the thirty-four winning projects at a symposium on March 1 evening at the Center for Architecture, 536 LaGuardia Place.

The thirty-four selected projects and the architecture firms behind them – many of whom were on hand for the event – represented exceptional work by members in four categories: interiors, architecture, unbuilt work, and new for 2010, urban design. Each winning project, granted either an “honor” or “merit” award, was chosen for its exemplary originality. The criteria used by the juries included design quality, program resolution, innovation, thoughtfulness and technique. Jurors included San Diego professor Teddy Cruz and Los Angeles luminary Craig Hodgetts, FAIA, and Canadian architects Brigette Shim, Hon. FAIA, and Gilles Saucier. There were 425 entries in four categories, including close to two hundred submissions in the architecture category alone.

Complete list of winners after the break.

Architecture Honor Award Winners:

Steven Holl Architects / Knut Hamsun Center / Hamarøy, Norway
Steven Holl Architects / Vanke Center – Horizontal Skyscraper / Shenzen, China
Peter Gluck and Partners / East Harlem School / New York, NY
Marble Fairbanks / Toni Stabile Student Center / New York, NY
Thomas Phifer and Partners / Fishers Island House / Fishers Island, NY
Morphosis Architects / 41 Cooper Square / New York, NY
Toshiko Mori Architect PLLC / The Eleanor and Wilson Greatbatch Pavilion / Buffalo, NY

Architecture Merit Award Winners:

STUDIOS Architecture / 200 Fifth Avenue / New York, NY
Handel Architects LLP / New Amsterdam Plein & Pavilion / New York, NY
SAA/Stan Allen Architect / Salim Publishing House / Paju Book City, Korea
Philip Wu Architect / 39 East 13th Street / New York, NY
Garrison Atchitects / Koby / Albion, MI
Rafael Viñoly Architects PC / Carrasco International Airport New Terminal / Montevideo, Uruguay

Interiors Honor Award Winners:

Peter Marino Architect / Chanel Robertson Blvd. / Los Angeles, CA
Butler Rogers Baskett / Trinity School – Johnson Chapel / New York, NY

Interiors Merit Award Winners:

Lyn Rice Architects / The New School Welcome Center / New York, NY
Garrison Architects / Slocum Hall / Syracuse, NY
STUDIOS Architecture / Dow Jones Offices / New York, NY
Shelton, Mindel & Associates / Manhattan Rooftop Duplex / New York, NY

Unbuilt Work Merit Award Winners:

Della Valle Bernheimer / R-House / Syracuse, NY
Ginseng Chicken Architecture P.C. / Open Paradox / Seoul, South Korea
EASTON+COMBS / Lux Nova / Queens, NY
OBRA Architects / Korean Cultural Center New York / New York, NY
Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects / Transbay Transit Center / San Francisco, CA
H Associates / Chungnam Government Complex / Hongsung, South Korea
Konyk Architecture PC / Urban Aeration / Dallas, TX
Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates PC / Tianjin Hang Lung / Plazaianjin, China
Architecture Research Office / On the Water: Palisade Bay / New York – New Jersey Upper Bay
OBRA Architects / The Great Hall at Grace Farms / New Canaan, CT
Audrey Matlock Architect / Medeu Sports Center / Medeu, Kazakhstan

Urban Design Honor Award Winner:

James Corner Field Operations and Diller Scofidio + Renfro / The High Line / New York, NY

Urban Design Merit Award Winners:

Architectural Research Office / Five Principles for Greenwich South / New York, NY
Rogers Marvel Architects, PLLC and di Domenico + Partners, LLP / MTA Flood Mitigation Streetscape Design / New York, NY
dlandstudio llc / BQE Trench: Reconnection Strategies for Brooklyn / Brooklyn, NY

Cite: Jordana, Sebastian. "AIA New York announced 2010 Design Award Winners" 12 Apr 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed 18 Apr 2014. <http://www.archdaily.com/?p=56010>

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    Why not post the AIA Tennessee design winners? These are uninspiring and trite.

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      Actually, it would be interesting to see the regional winners and might actually encourage some improvement out there. Here in the Boston area there are some real clunkers getting built. Mediocre historicism seems to be the name of the game.

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    Actually, it would be interesting to see the regional winners and might actually encourage some improvement out there. Here in the Boston area there are some real clunkers getting built. Mediocre historicism seems to be the name of the game.

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