Architectural Record Announces Winners of 2011 Good Design is Good Business Awards
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Architectural Record is pleased to announce the winners of its 13th Good Design Is Good Business Awards (formerly the Business Week/Architectural Record Awards). The program recognizes projects with innovative architectural strategies that help businesses achieve specific goals. The jury, which consisted of members of the editorial staff, attempted to gauge the success of each project’s “business case”—a series of quantitative and qualitative measurements of building performance. Factors considered included employee productivity, construction costs, reduced overhead, and branding, among other criteria.
The nine winning projects will be published in the May 2011 issue of RECORD. They will also be featured on the website and in the iPad edition. And the winners are:
Project: Trumpf Campus, Stuttgart
Architect: Barkow Leibinger, Berlin
Client: Trumpf GmbH + Co. KG
Project: Mills College Lorry I. Lokey Gradate School of Business , Oakland, CA
Architect: Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, San Francisco
Client: Mills College
Project: The Power House Restoration/Renovation, St. Louis
Architect: Cannon Design
Client: Cannon Design St. Louis Regional Office
Project: Eileen Fisher, Inc., Corporate HQ: Irvington, NY; Design studio/showroom, NYC
Architect: Earl Everett Ferguson Architect, Irvington, NY
Client: Eileen Fisher, Inc.
Project: Roca Gallery, Barcelona
Architect: Office of Architecture in Barcelona (OAB)
Client: Roca Sanitaria S.A.
Project: 300 North LaSalle, Chicago
Architect: Pickard Chilton, New Haven, CT
Client: Hines, Chicago (developer)
Project: Denver Art Museum Shop, Denver
Architect: Roth + Sheppard, Denver
Client: Denver Art Museum
Project: The Ledge, Chicago
Architect: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, Chicago
Client: US Equities Realty
Project: Mercy Corps Headquarters, Portland, OR
Architect: THA Architecture, Portland, OR
Client: Mercy Corps.