AIA Names Winners of 2008 Honor Awards
The American Institute of Architects (AIA) announced the winners of its 2008 Honor Awards today. It recognizes excellence in architecture, interior architecture, and regional and urban design. This year’s juries selected 28 projects from more than 800 entries. Sustainability figured large in the 13 projects recognized in the architecture category, while four of the 10 interior architecture projects were private residences. A complete list of the winners, with the AIA’s descriptions of each project, can be found below.
Judging the architecture category this year were jury chair Peter G. Kuttner, FAIA, of Cambridge Seven Associates; Philip M. Crosby, Assoc. AIA, with the City of St. Petersburg; John Grable, FAIA, of John Grable Architects; Walker Johnson, FAIA, of Johnson Lasky Architects; Marsha Maytum, FAIA, of Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects; George Nikolajevich, FAIA, of Cannon Design; Mark Reddington, FAIA, of LMN Architects; and Tallman Trask, Hon. AIA, from Duke University.
Judges in the interior architecture category were: jury chair Neil P. Frankel, FAIA, of Frankel Coleman Architects; Thomas A. Meyer, FAIA, of Meyer Scherer & Rockcastle; Julia F. Monk, AIA, of Brennan Beer Gorman Architects; Sandra Parét, AIA, of HOK Architects; and Chuck Zabriskie, of the Zabriskie Company.
Serving on the regional and urban design jury were: jury chair Harry G. Robinson III, FAIA, from Howard University; Krista Ann Becker, AIA, of Moore Ruble Yudell Architects & Planners; Bert Gregory, FAIA, of Mithun; Lyn Rice, AIA, of Lyn Rice Architects; and Gil Kelley, from the City of Portland.