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6 Finalists Announced for ULI’s 2015 Urban Open Space Award

12:00 - 7 June, 2015
6 Finalists Announced for ULI’s 2015 Urban Open Space Award, Millennium Park. Image Courtesy of Urban Land Institute
Millennium Park. Image Courtesy of Urban Land Institute

The Urban Land Institute (ULI) has selected six finalists for the 2015 Urban Open Space Award competition, which recognizes public spaces that benefit and revitalize their surrounding communities. This was the first year that ULI expanded the program to include global submissions.

“The submissions from this year are representative of how quality urban open space has become more than just an amenity for cities,” said jury chair Michael Covarrubias. “The international diversity of the projects is reflective of how developers continually work to meet global demand by the public for the inclusion of healthy places in cities.” See all of the finalists after the break.

AD Interviews: Arthur Andersson / Andersson-Wise

01:00 - 10 April, 2014

We caught up with Arthur Andersson of Andersson-Wise during last year’s AIA convention, where he received FAIA status. As the firm’s design director, Andersson shepherds their work through the various phases of the design process with a particular attention to the client’s role.

AIA Announces Three Award Recipents

00:00 - 22 December, 2013
AIA Announces Three Award Recipents, Louisiana State Museum. Image © Timothy Hurlsey
Louisiana State Museum. Image © Timothy Hurlsey

The American Institute of Architects recently announced that three of its distinguished members have been awarded some of the Institute's top honors. Each recipient has made significant contributions to the advancement of the architectural profession or education, helping to shape the field for future generations. The awards include the 2014 AIA/ACSA Topaz Medallion, the 2014 Whitney M. Young Jr. Award, and the 2014 Edward C. Kemper Award. Read more about the recipients after the break...

AIA's 2013 Small Projects Awards Recipients

00:00 - 13 April, 2013
AIA's 2013 Small Projects Awards Recipients, Studio for a Composer; photo © John J. Macaulay
Studio for a Composer; photo © John J. Macaulay

Selections of the AIA's 2013 small project awards have been announced, revealing a broad range of projects, varying in scale, program and function that bring attention to the value of architectural practice no matter the size or scope of the project.  The ten projects were selected on the basis of four categories: small project construction up to $150,000; small project construction up to $1,500,000; up to 5,000 SF project in which the architect played a significant role in construction and or fabrication; and an inbuilt workhorse up to 5,000 SF.  Among the recipients are MIN | DAYKariouk AssociatesJohnsen Schmaling ArchitectsLawrence ArchitectsCooper Joseph StudioRobert M. Gurney, FAIAWRNS Studio, and Edward Ogosta Architecture.