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December 12, 2018

17 projects win AIA NW&PR design awards

Seventeen projects won 2018 Design Awards from AIA Northwest and Pacific Region.

A record-breaking 113 projects were submitted by architects from Alaska, Washington, Oregon, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana and Guam/Micronesia.

The awards were announced at a celebration Nov. 15 at the Bishop Museum in Honolulu.

Jurors included Marlon Blackwell, a Fayetteville, Arkansas architect and the E. Fay Jones Distinguished Professor at the Fay Jones School of Architecture + Design at the University of Arkansas; Roberto de Leon, a co-founder and principal of de Leon & Primmer Architecture Workshop in Louisville, Kentucky; and architect Allison Grace Williams, who established AGWms_studio in San Francisco in 2017 and has an international portfolio of civic, cultural and research facilities.

The AIA Northwest and Pacific Region firm award went to Hennebery Eddy Architects of Portland for design excellence and elevating the quality of the built environment.

In a statement, the program organizers said Hennebery Eddy is driven by Pacific Northwest values of simplicity, efficiency and beauty. They said the 26-year-old firm has impacted the region’s built environment, and retained the spirit and energy of an emerging firm while building an award-winning portfolio of historic preservation, adaptive reuse, campus and urban planning, interior design and new construction.

Its work is well-crafted and thoughtfully detailed, and creates inspirational, environmentally conscious and meaningful places.

The emerging firm award went to goCstudio of Seattle, founded in 2012 by Jon Gentry and Aimee O’Carroll, for challenging traditional perceptions and methods of architecture. Organizers said the firm responds to the unique opportunities and constraints of site-specific projects, and forms close relationships with clients, artists and craftsmen.

Close ties to a diverse design community help foster an interdisciplinary and collaborative process. GoCstudio’s work is strengthened through these relationships, and grounded by considering site, material, and craft. The result is authentic and tactile buildings that enrich the cultural landscape, the organizers said.

Here are the winning projects. Descriptions and jury comments are at https://tinyurl.com/yannbl7s/.



Honor Award

Photo by Lara Swimmer Photography


Furioso Winery in Dundee, Oregon

Architect: Waechter Architecture, Portland

Photo by Lara Swimmer Photography




Honor Award

Photo by Andrew Pouge


Magnolia Residence in Seattle

Architect: MW Works, Seattle

Photo by Andrew Pouge




Honor Award

Photo by Lara Swimmer Photography


Milwaukie Way in Portland

Architect: Waechter Architecture, Portland

Photo by Lara Swimmer Photography




Honor Award

Photo by Jeremy Bittermann


Cultural Crossing at Portland Japanese Garden

Architect: Kengo Kuma & Associates, Tokyo, and Hacker, Portland

Photo by Jeremy Bittermann




Honor Award

Photo by Todd Kaminski


Cleveland Civic Core in Cleveland

LMN Architects, Seattle

Photo by Todd Kaminski




Honor Award

Photo by Christian Phillips


Olympia Place in Amherst, Massachusetts

Architect: Holst Architecture, Portland, and Dimella Shaffer, Boston

Photo by Christian Phillips




Honor Award

Photo by Jeremy Bittermann


Lakeside at Black Butte Ranch in Black Butte, Oregon

Architect: Hacker, Portland

Photo by Jeremy Bittermann




Merit Award

Photo by Jeremy Bittermann


Albina Yard in Portland

Architect: Lever Architecture, Portland

Photo by Jeremy Bittermann




Merit Award

Photo by Lara Swimmer Photography


Skyway Library in Skyway

Architect: Building Work/Weinstein A+U, Seattle

Photo by Lara Swimmer Photography




Merit Award

Photo by Roslund Mackenzie Photography


Nudo in Spokane

Architect: HDG Architecture, Spokane

Photo by Roslund Mackenzie Photography




Merit Award

Photo by Edward Riddell


Jackson Residence in Jackson, Wyoming

Architect: Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, Seattle

Photo by Edward Riddell




Merit Award

Photo by Jeremy Bittermann


Flex in Portland

Architect: Lever Architecture, Portland

Photo by Jeremy Bittermann




Merit Award

Photo by Sean Airhart


Collector’s Retreat on Orcas Island

Architect: Heliotrope Architects, Seattle

Photo by Sean Airhart




Merit Award

Photo by Lara Swimmer Photography


Seattle Fire Station 22

Architect: Weinstein A+U, Seattle

Photo by Lara Swimmer Photography




Citation Award

Photo by Jeremy Bittermann


Joseph Albers Exhibition at University of Oregon in Eugene

Architect: Landry Smith Architect, Portland

Photo by Jeremy Bittermann




Citation Award

Photo by Lara Swimmer Photography


Henry Apartments in Seattle

Architect: Public47 Architects, Seattle

Photo by Lara Swimmer Photography




Citation Award

Photo by Lara Swimmer Photography


Block 41 in Seattle

Architect: Graham Baba Architects, Seattle

Photo by Lara Swimmer Photography



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