The Copper Development Association (CDA) has announced its selections for the 2015 North American Copper in Architecture Awards (NACIA), now in their eighth year. The awards celebrate stellar projects that incorporate copper in their designs. The 12 award-winning works span three categories and include educational, residential and healthcare buildings in addition to historic landmarks.
Winners were selected by a panel of industry professionals based on their overall design, incorporation and treatment of copper, and distinction in either innovation or historic restoration.
Dumbarton Oaks Fellowship House; Washington, D.C. / Cunningham | Quill Architects, PLLC
Harvard University Tozzer Library; Cambridge, Massachusetts / Kennedy & Violich Architecture, Ltd.
Irving Convention Center at Las Colinas; Irving, Texas / Studio Hillier
Massachusetts General Hospital Paul S. Russell, MD; Boston, Massachusetts / Leers Weinzapfel Associates
Orchard Willow Residence; Chicago, Illinois / Wheeler Kearns Architects
Private Residence; Lookout Mountain, Tennessee / McLaughlin & Associates
University Center – New School; New York, New York / Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP
Renovation / Restoration
NYC Public School 39K – The Landmark School; Brooklyn, New York / Ivan Brice Architecture
Maine Statehouse Dome Restoration; Augusta, Maine / LEO A DALY
Museum of Comparative Zoology; Cambridge, Massachusetts / Perry and Radford Architects
Kansas Statehouse Inner Dome Copper Restoration; Topeka, Kansas / Treanor Architects