Building Type Awards Celebrate the Best in Architectural Design

March 17, 2009

Winners in the categories of Housing and Healthcare Facilities will have projects showcased alongside 2009 Design Award recipients at the Center for Architecture exhibition

NEW YORK CITY, March 12, 2009 – Winners of the AIA New York Chapter’s Building Type Awards have been announced, and recognize excellence and innovation in specialized design fields. Cosponsored by the AIA New York Chapter and the Boston Society of Architects, the Building Type Awards acknowledge exemplary work done by established and new practitioners from New York and Massachusetts, regardless of project size and budget. This year’s featured sectors were Housing and Healthcare Facilities.

Judged by separate teams of renowned experts, including Annie Coull and Gary Hack, the winning projects span the United States, from Monterrey, CA, to Boston. The winning entries received either “honor” or “merit” citations, and were selected for their originality and contributions to each particular field.

The Building Type Award winners were announced in conjunction with the AIA New York Chapter’s longstanding Design Awards program. All awards will be conferred at the annual Design Awards Luncheon on Wednesday, April 22.

AIA New York Building Type Awards
Healthcare Facility Design Merit Award Winners:
Architect: ikon.5 architects
Project: The Center for Wellness at the College of New Rochelle
Location: New Rochelle, NY
Client: The College of New Rochelle

Architect: HOK
Project: Community Hospital of Monterey Peninsula Expansion (CHOMP)
Location: Monterey, CA
Client: Community Hospital of the Monterey
Health Facilities, unbuilt – Commissioned

Architect: NBBJ
Project: Massachusetts General Hospital, Building for the Third Century
Location: Boston
Client: Massachusetts General Hospital
Housing, built

Housing Design Honor Award Winners:
Architect: Hacin + Associates Inc.
Project: FP3
Location: Boston
Client: Berkeley Investments Inc.

Architect: Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects
Project: The Visionaire
Location: Battery Park City, NY
Client: The Albanese Organization

Architect: Hacin + Associates Inc.
Project: Project Place Gatehouse
Location: Boston
Client: Interseminarian Project Place

Housing Design Merit Award Winners:
Architect: Studio Daniel Libeskind
Project: Denver Art Museum Residences
Location: Denver, Colorado
Client: Mile High Development, Corporex

Location: New York City
Client: 109 Norfolk LLC

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