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October 14, 2020

16 projects win AIA NW&PR design awards

Sixteen projects recently received 2020 Design Awards from the American Institute of Architects Northwest and Pacific Region.

The winners are the best architectural designs submitted by architects in the region, which includes Alaska, Washington, Oregon, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana and the Marianas, the AIA Northwest and Pacific Region said in a press release. They represent the finest standards in sustainability, innovation, building performance and overall integration with the client and surrounding community.

There were 80 submittals for the awards, which were held virtually this year. The winners were recognized in honor, merit and citation categories.

Built submissions must have been completed after Aug. 3, 2015. Firms operating within the region could submit projects built anywhere in the world. Firms located outside the region could submit projects built in the region.

The jury was Kai Uwe-Bergmann, a partner at BIG | Bjarke Ingels Group; Andrea Love, principal and director of building science at Payette; and Julie Snow, founding principal at Snow Kreilich Architects.

The region also gave Holst Architecture of Portland, Oregon the 2020 Region Firm of the Year award and Campfire Collaborative of Springfield, Oregon the 2020 Emerging Firm award. Both awards recognize outstanding contributions to the profession through excellence in design and through elevating the quality of the built environment.

That jury was Kim Yao, principal of Architecture Research Office; Andrea Leers, principal and co-founder of Leers Weinzapfel Associates; Matt Zinski, principal at Weinstein A+U; and Ian Butcher, founding partner at Best Practice.

In addition, seven student projects won awards from 37 submitted from the seven schools of architecture in the region.

Go to http://www.aianorthwest-pacific.org to learn more about all the winners.



Photo by Hufton & Crow


Honor award

ANOHA - The Children’s World of the Jewish Museum Berlin, Berlin, Germany

Owner: Jewish Museum Berlin

Architect: Olson Kundig






Photo by Aaron Leitz Photography


Honor award

Burke Museum of Natural History & Culture, Seattle

Owner: University of Washington

Architect: Olson Kundig







Photo by Hall + Merrick Photography


Honor award

Center for Coastal and Deltaic Solutions, Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Owner: The Water Campus

Architect: Perkins and Will







Photo by Brian Cavanaugh


Honor award

Lyllye Reynolds-Parker Black Cultural Center, Eugene, Oregon

Owner: University of Oregon

Architect: Architecture Building Culture in collaboration with The Maxine Studio







Photo by Maira Acayaba


Honor award

Rio House, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Owner: not available

Architect: Olson Kundig







Photo by Jeremy Bittermann


Merit award

Blu Dot Showroom, Portland, Oregon

Owner: Blu Dot

Architect: Waechter Architecture







Photo by Lincoln Barbour


Merit award

Flatiron PDX, Portland, Oregon

Developer: Brandon Brown

Architect: Works Progress Architecture







Photo by Jeremy Bittermann


Merit award

Origami, Portland, Oregon

Developer: Project^

Architect: Waechter Architecture







Photo by Tim Griffith


Merit award

Seattle Asian Art Museum, Seattle

Owner: City of Seattle

Architect: LMN Architects







Photo by Nic Lehoux


Merit award

The Century Project at the Space Needle, Seattle

Owner: Space Needle Corp.

Architect: Olson Kundig







Photo by Aaron Leitz Photography


Merit award

Western Studio, Seattle

Owner: Hoyt Koepke

Architect: goCstudio







Photo by Portlandrone


Citation award

Argyle Gardens, Portland, Oregon

Developer: Transition Projects

Architect: Holst Architecture







Photo by Kevin Scott


Citation award

Courtyard Residence, Seattle

Owner: not available

Architect: mwworks







Photo by Bruce Damonte


Citation award

Gilkey International Middle School - French American International School, Portland, Oregon

Owner: Gilkey International Middle School

Architect: Hacker Architects







Photo by Jeremy Bittermann


Citation award

Oregon Conservation Center, Portland, Oregon

Owner: The Nature Conservancy

Architect: LEVER Architecture







Photo by Andrew Nam


Citation award

The State Hotel, Seattle

Owner: Lake Union Partners

Architect: Weinstein A+U




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