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    AIA Honor Awards 2003

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    3rd & Benton/7th & Grandview Primary Centers, Los Angeles, by Rios Associates, Inc., Los Angeles for the Los Angeles Unified School District. This self-sufficient school for young children includes a prototypical set of buildings and site-planning strategies.

    Partners for 3rd & Benton/7th & Grandview Primary Centers
    Structural Engineer: Taylor & Gaines, Encino, CA
    Landscape Architect, Rios Associates, Inc., Los Angeles
    General Contractor: Pinner Construction Company, Inc., Anaheim, CA
    Civil Engineering: William Rose & Associates, Santa Clarita, CA
    Cost Estimator: Davis Langdon Adamson, Santa Monica, CA
    Electrical Consultant: VIRTEC Engineering, Agoura Hills, CA
    Mechanical/Plumbing Engineer: John Denton & Associates, La Canada, CA

    Simmons Hall, MIT, Cambridge, MA by Steven Holl Architects, New York, for Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge. The 350-bed residence is a vertical slice of a city, 10 stories tall and 330 feet (100 meters) long.

    Partners for Simmons Hall
    Associate Architect: Perry Dean Rogers & Partners: Architects, Cambridge
    Structural Engineer: Guy Nordenson and Associates, New York
    Mechanical Engineer: Arup, New York

    Heritage Health & Housing, New York, by Caples Jefferson Architects, New York. An invigorating workspace that captures natural light and offers mysterious views.

    Partners for Heritage Health & Housing
    Engineers: John Nakrosis Jr., New York; Mo Engineering, Mountain Lakes, NJ
    General Contractor: E.J. Peters Construction, New York

    New Academic Complex, Baruch College, City University of New York, by Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates PC, New York for the Dormitory Authority, State of New York. This academic building is the center of a new urban campus and represents a vertical interpretation of the traditional college quadrangle.

    Partners for New Academic Complex, Baruch College
    Associate Architect: Castro-Blanco Piscioneri, New York
    Structural Engineer: Weidlinger Associates, New York
    Site, Civil, Traffic Consultant: Vollmer Associates LLP, New York
    MEP Engineer: Cosentini Associates, Inc., New York
    Landscape Architect: Towers Golde, Rye, NY
    General Contractor: TDX Construction Corporation, New York
    Acoustic, AV, Telecom Consultant: Shen Milsom & Wilke, Inc., New York

    Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse, Central Islip, NY, by Richard Meier & Partners, New York, for the U.S. General Services Administration. The courthouse rests on a raised plaza which marks the bounds of the federal building and invites occupation by means of low walls and stairs.

    Partners for Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse
    Technical Architect: Spector Group, North Hills, NY
    Civil and Structural Engineer: Nelson & Pope, Melville, NY
    Structural Engineer: Ysrael A. Seinuk, PC, New York
    Landscape Architect: Michael & Associates, Glen Cove, NY
    Environmental Consultant: Louis Berger & Associates, East Orange, NJ
    General Contractor: Turner Construction Company, Central Islip, NY
    Lighting Consultant: Fisher Marantz Renfro Stone, New York

    Hypo Alpe-Adria-Center, Klagenfurt, Austria, by Morphosis, Santa Monica, CA, for Hypo Alpe-Adria-Carinthia, Klagenfurt. The headquarters of an international bank plays on the differences and contrasts and engages both the urban and rural forces at play within the site.

    Partners for Hypo Alpe-Adria-Center
    Structural Engineer: Dipl. Ing. Klau Gelbmann, Villach, Austria
    Mechanical Engineer: Ing. Smrcka Ingenieurburo CmbH, Klagenfurt
    Electrical Consultant: August Gregoritsch, Klagenfurt
    General Contractor: Steiner Bau, Klagenfurt

    Will Rogers World Airport Snow Barn, Oklahoma City, OK, Elliott + Associates Architects, Oklahoma City, for the Department of Airports, Oklahoma City. An 18,000 square-foot (1700-square meter) structure, with the main body of the building used as storage for airport snow removal equipment.

    Partners for Will Rogers World Airport Snow Barn
    Structural Engineer: Grossman & Keith, Oklahoma City
    Landscape Architects: Elliott + Associates
    General Contractor: Westfahl Construction Co., Oklahoma City
    Mechanical Engineer: Allen Consulting Engineers, Norman, OK

    Colorado Court, Santa Monica, CA, by Pugh Scarpa Kodama, Santa Monica, for the Community Corporation of Santa Monica. This project includes 44 single-resident units, a community room, mail room, and outdoor common courtyard space.

    Partners for Colorado Court
    Structural Engineer: Youssef Associates, Los Angeles
    MEP Engineer: Storms + Lowe, Los Angeles
    Landscape Architect: Dry Design, Los Angeles
    Consultant: Helios International, Inc., Topanga, CA
    General Contractor: Ruiz Brothers, Inc., Commerce, CA

    Diamond Ranch High School, Pomona, CA, by Morphosis, Santa Monica, CA for the Pomona Unified School District. This school incorporates open pockets for chance encounters and unprogrammed learning environments.

    Partners for Diamond Ranch High School
    Associate Architect: Thomas Blurock Architects, Costa Mesa, CA
    Structural/Mechanical/Electrical Engineer: Arup, Los Angeles
    Landscape Architect: Allen Don Fong, Costa Mesa, CA
    General Contractor: Bernards Brothers Contractors, San Fernando, CA
    Civil Engineer: Andreasen Engineering, Pomona, CA

    American Folk Art Museum, New York, Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects, New York. An eight-level building with four upper floors devoted to gallery space for permanent and temporary exhibitions.

    Partners for American Folk Art Museum
    Associate Architect: Helfand Myerberg Guggenheimer Architects, New York
    Engineers: Severud Associates, New York; Ambrosino Depinto & Schmeider, New York
    Consultants: Gregory Romine, San Diego, CA; Talix Inc., Beacon, NY
    General Contractor: Pavarini Construction, Greenwich, CT

    Architecture Honor Awards Jury

    Chair: Jack Hartray, FAIA
    Nagle Hartray Danker Kagan McKay Architects Planners Ltd.
    Chicago

    Paul Byard, FAIA
    Platt Byard Dovell Architects
    New York

    Merrill Elam, AIA
    Mack Scogin Merrill Elam Architects
    Atlanta, GA

    Mary Griffin, AIA
    Turnbull Griffin Haesloop Architects
    Berkeley, CA

    Vincent James, AIA
    Vincent James Associates Inc.,
    Minneapolis, MN

    Michael D. Perry, Hon. AIA
    W.P. Hickman Systems, Inc.
    Virginia Beach, VA

    Barton Phelps, FAIA
    Los Angeles

    Ryan Sullivan
    Columbia, MD

    Thomas J. Trenolone, Assoc. AIA
    RTKL Associates Inc.
    Dallas, TX

    Honor Awards for Interiors

    Collins Gallery, West Hollywood, CA, by Patrick J. Tighe, AIA, Santa Monica for Michael H. Collins, Los Angeles. This remodel of an existing structure in combines the public function of an art gallery with the domestic components of a house.

    South Court of the New York Public Library, by Davis Brody Bond, LLP, New York. A modern structure that is respectful of the 1911 beaux arts building but that also serves as an important contemporary addition to the institution.

    Partners for South Court of the New York Public Library
    General Contractor: FJ Sciame Construction Inc., New York
    MEP Engineer: Atkinson, Koven, Feinberg, New York
    Lighting Consultant: Fisher Marantz Stone, New York
    Structural Engineer: Weidlinger Associates, Inc., New York,
    Acoustics/Telecommunications/AV: Shen Milsom & Wilke, Inc., New York
    Geotechnical Engineer: Langan Engineering and Environmental Services, New York
    Graphics/Signage: Spagnola & Associates, New York

    Martin Shocket Residence, Chevy Chase, MD, by McInturff Architects, Bethesda, MD for Patricia Martin & David Shocket. The integration of a one-story building in the backyard of a 1920s four-square catalog house.

    Partner for Martin Shocket Residence
    General Contractor: Paul Jeffs/Acadia Contractors, Bethesda, MD

    Global Crossing Corporate Headquarters, New York, by Lee H. Skolnick Architecture, New York. An alternative corporate space that brings together new-age materials, fiber optics, and plastics to lighten an otherwise dark shell.

    Partners for Global Crossing Corporate Headquarters
    Technical Data: ITS/IPC Information Systems, Inc. + Design, New York
    Video Wall: Horizon Corporation, Wethersfield, CT
    Engineer: MGJ Associates, Inc., New York
    Coordinator: Wright Designs, Little Silver, NJ
    General Contractor: Vanguard Construction, Inc., New York
    Lighting: Renfro Design Group, Inc., New York
    Structural Engineer: SAGE Group, New York
    Stairs: ATTA Studio, New York
    Furniture: Corporate Environments, New York
    Consultant: Dimensional Communications, New York
    Audio Visual: SPL, Mount Vernon, NY
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    3rd & Benton/7th & Grandview Primary Centers in Los Angeles, by Rios Associates, Inc., were among the 15 recipients of an AIA honor award for excellence in architecture.
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    3rd & Benton/7th & Grandview Primary Centers.
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    A section through Simmons Hall, MIT, by Steven Holl, shows the freeform stairways.
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    Construction of Simmons Hall, MIT.
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    The Collins Gallery in West Hollywood, CA, by Patrick J. Tighe, AIA, was one of 11 recipients of an AIA honor award for excellence in interior architecture.
    Photo: Art Gray

     

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