The 2015 winners of the Wood Design Awards have been announced at the Bay Area Wood Solutions Fair in Oakland, California. Presented by WoodWorks, an initiative of the Wood Products Council, the awards seek to "recognize extraordinary buildings that exemplify not only wood's beauty, but the versatility and structural performance attributes that make it such an interesting material to architects and engineers."
Jury’s Choice: Live Oak Bank Headquarters in Wilmington, NC / LS3P Associates Ltd + Woods Engineering
Institutional Wood Design: Jackson Hole Airport in Jackson, WY / Gensler + Martin/Martin
Wood in Educational Buildings: Indian Mountain Student Arts & innovation Center in Lakeville, CT / Flansburgh Architects + Roome & Guarracino
Beauty of Wood: Stapleton Library in Staten Island, NY / Andrew Berman Architect + Gilsanz
Multi-Story Wood Design: N-Habit Belltown in Seattle, WA / Bushnaq Studio Architecture + Design + DCI Engineers
Wood in Government Buildings: Mojave Rivers Ranger Station in Acton, CA / Marcy Wong Donn Logan Architects + Gregory P. Luth & Associates
Green Building with Wood: Reveley Classroom Building at the University of Idaho in Mascow, ID / Patano Studio Architecture, LLC + DCI Engineers
Commercial Wood Design – Industrial: Sauter Timber Production Facility in Rockwood, TN / Sauter Timber LLC + Grossman Bau GmbH
Commercial Wood Design - Office: Venture Capital Office Headquarters in Menlo Park, CA / Paul Murdoch Architects + Simpson Gumpertz & Heger
Regional Excellence Winners:
Angeles National Forest Supervisor’s Office Building in Arcadia, CA / HMC Architects + Thornton Tomasetti
Saint Edward Catholic Church in Keizer, OR / Di Loreto Architecture, LLC + WDY, Inc.
Project:ARCHITECTURE in Provo Canyon, UT / Integrated Technology in Architecture Center, University of Utah + Acute Engineering
The Georgetown University Calcagnini Contemplative Center in Bluemont, VA / Dynerman Architects pc + McMullan & Associates
University of North Carolina at Greensboro Dining Hall Renovation in Greensboro, NC / Gantt Huberman Architects + Bulla Smith Design Engineering