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November 23, 2016

10 projects win 2016 awards from AIA NWPR

Ten projects won 2016 Design Awards from the Northwest and Pacific Region chapter of the American Institute of Architects.

A total of 80 projects were entered by architects from Alaska, Washington, Oregon, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana and Guam/Micronesia. The award categories were honor, merit and citation.

Elizabeth Chu Richter, last year’s AIA National president, moderated the awards event, which was held in Fairbanks in conjunction with the Alaska State Conference. AIA Alaska produces the annual conference, on which the AIA Northwest and Pacific Region partnered this year.

Richter is CEO of Richter Architects in Corpus Christi, Texas, and chaired the awards jury. It also included Peter Exley, a professor with the School of the Art Institute in Chicago, and Donna Kacmar, an associate professor at the University of Houston.

David E. Miller, a founding partner of The Miller Hull Partnership of Seattle, won the AIA NWPR Medal of Honor for Lifetime Achievement. Miller is a fellow of the American Institute of Architects and has over 40 years of experience.

In a press release, the chapter said Miller has elevated design quality throughout the United States, while building a practice that is a model for architectural firms, and inspiring and mentoring students.

The Firm of the Year award went to Bora Architects in Portland.

MW|Works Architecture + Design in Seattle won the Emerging Firm award.

Photo from Kyungsub Shin Studio/Olson Kundig

Honor Award

Shinsegae International in Seoul

Architect: Olson Kundig

Photo from Swift Agency

Honor Award

Swift Agency Headquarters in Portland

Architect: Beebe Skidmore Architects

Photo by Kevin Scott

Honor Award

Washington Fruit & Produce Office Headquarters in Yakima

Architect: Graham Baba Architects

Photo by Lara Swimmer Photography

Merit Award

Anhalt Renovation and Addition in Seattle

Architect: PUBLIC47 Architects

Photo by Andrew Pogue Photography

Merit Award

Little House in Seabeck

Architect: MW|Works Architecture + Design

Photo by Lara Swimmer Photography

Merit Award

Mercer Island Fire Station on Mercer Island

Architect: The Miller Hull Partnership

Photo by Bittermann Photography

Merit Award

Newberg Residence in Newberg, Oregon

Architect: Cutler Anderson Architects

Photo by Josh Partee

Merit Award

Fire Station 76 in Gresham, Oregon

Architect: Hennebery Eddy Architects

Photo by Lara Swimmer Photography

Citation Award

Renton Public Library in Renton

Architect: The Miller Hull Partnership

Photo by Joshua J. Elliott

Citation Award

Laura’s Place in Portland

Architect: Architecture Building Culture

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