November 20, 2003


2003 AIA Awards


2003 SURVEYS

Anshen + Allen

Bassetti Architects

Callison Architecture

Cierra Associates

CollinsWoerman

Coughlin Porter Lundeen

Dykeman Architects & Interiors

Joseph Greif Architects

Integrus Architecture

The Keimig Associates

DKA

Cary Kopczynski & Co.

KPFF Consulting Engineers

MulvannyG2 Architecture

LMN Architects

Magnusson Klemencic

NBBJ

Putnam Collins Scott Associates

Shannon & Wilson

Sparling

Cover art
Photo by Eduardo Caldero
Juanita Village is an ongoing redevelopment of a 1950s strip retail center in north Kirkland. The multi-phase urban village includes a variety of retail and commercial spaces mixed with housing.
Single-use buildings include a neighborhood grocery store, a drug store and a bank. Spaces for small retail, office and service businesses are integrated into the ground floors of the residential buildings.
Phase 2, being developed by Avalon Bay Communities, will include 18,500 square feet of retail and 211 apartments.
Read more about it in the story "12 keys to creating authentic people places".
Owner: SECO/Juanita Village LLC
Architect/planner: GGLO
Contractors: Mego Construction and Graham Contracting

Featured Stories

"12 keys to creating authentic people places"
Real urban villages should reflect their communities
By BILL GAYLORD
GGLO

"Today's buildings load up on technology"
Changing lifestyles create demand for 'smarter' buildings
By JIM DUNCAN
Sparling

"Don't be violated protect plans with copyrights"
Architectural plans, maps, site plans and more can be copyrighted
By MARK ROSENCRANTZ
Stanislaw Ashbaugh

"Special dampers may shake up engineering field"
Magnetic-fluid 'shocks' offer protection, but at a cost
By TERRY STEPHENS
Special to the Journal

"UW Allen Center fosters a culture of research"
Building designed to stimulate interaction
By GEORGE SHAW
LMN Architects

"Here's why projects need to be commissioned"
School case proves an objective viewpoint is needed
By CONNIE ADAMS
Coffman Engineers

"Unwrapping modern building envelopes"
By BLAINE J. WEBER
Weber + Thompson

"Lessons on sustainability, Scandinavian style"
Seattle group to tour sites in Copenhagen and Malmo
By PATRICIA CHASE
International Sustainable Solutions

"Building a highrise on the fault line"
San Diego project showcases seismic zone design
By ROBERT BOURDAGES
Poggemeyer Design Group

"How to keep development from killing trees"
Some things architects need to know
By SCOTT D. BAKER
Tree Solutions Inc.

"Rx for changing healthcare industry: Good design"
Technology, demographics alter hospital architecture
By HERB GIFFIN
Giffin Bolte Jurgens Architects

"In hospitals, spending more can save money"
A look at the emerging field of evidence-based design
By ADAM KERNER
Anshen+Allen

"Water tower repairs borrow on building technology"
Renton tanks were seismically braced with friction dampers
By DAVE SWANSON
Reid Middleton

"Monorail to move urban design as well as people"
Transportation project can be catalyst for development
By ANNE HAERLE
Mithun

"Technology takes center stage in performance halls"
Venues now designed with high-tech A/V, lighting and HVAC systems
BBy NORM BROWN
CDi Engineers

"Letting rainwater reign in the design process"
Instead of routing water off site, work it into the project
By JOSEPH GREIF and DYAN PFITZENMEIER
Special to the Journal

"Church praises the benefits of adaptive re-use"
Kirkland church converts office into worship space
By THOMAS FRYE JR.
Baylis Architects

"UW builds on design leadership training"
Program offers management tools to mid-career professionals
By JULIAN PROSSOR
University of Washington

"Science studies how architecture affects the brain"
Architects, neuroscientists get together for research
By JOHN P. EBERHARD
Academy of Neuroscience for Architecture

"China creates a park with environmental appeal"
Local firm helps turn farmland into lakefront city
By DARYL SELA
EDAW

"How the Great Fire changed Seattle's architecture"
Designs went from ornate to unpretentious after the blaze
By JEFFREY KARL OCHSNER and DENNIS ALAN ANDERSON
Special to the Journal

"Architects play catch-up in the business world"
Authors say old business model isn't working
By SUSAN L. HARRIS and KYLE V. DAVY
Advanced Management Institute for Architecture and Engineering

"Designing with nature in the balance"
Good design and ecological performance need to occur together
By TOM VON SCHRADER and LAURA PREFTES
SvR Design Co.

"Muckleshoot project blends culture with design"
Philip Starr Building reflect tribe's relation to nature
By BREANN PARRIOTT
Helix Architecture


2003 AIA Honor Awards
for Washington Architecture




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