2013 AIA San Francisco Design Award Winners

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Projects on view at www.aiasf.org/awards

San Francisco, CA (April 26, 2013) – The American Institute of Architects, San Francisco chapter (AIA San Francisco) is pleased to announce the winners of the 2013 AIA San Francisco Design Awards. The winners were revealed and celebrated last night at the Herbst Theater in San Francisco.

Winners were recognized for their outstanding contributions to the built environment in the categories of Excellence in Architecture, Excellence in Interior Architecture, Energy + Sustainability, Historic Preservation, Unbuilt Design, Special Achievement, Young Architect and the inaugural 25 Year Award.

Winning projects are featured online at aiasf.org/awards, included in a print publication available at the AIASF office, and will be showcased in an exhibition May 9 – July 26 at the AIA San Francisco gallery (130 Sutter Street, Suite 600). (Image: Crown Zellerbach Headquarters // courtesy SOM.)

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Excellence in Architecture

Honor awards were given to HMC Architects for Orchard School Library and Mark Cavagnero Associates for SF Jazz Center.

Merit awards were given to Fougeron Architecture for Flip House, Jensen Architects for Oakland Museum of California Event Space, and David Baker + Partners Architects for the Richardson Apartments.

Citation awards were given to Ogrydziak Prillinger Architects for Ourcadia, and to WRNS Studio for both UCSF Medical Center Parking Structure and Hayes Valley Playground.

Image: SF Jazz Center // Kyle Jeffers

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Excellence in Interior Architecture

Honor awards were given to Min | Day for Bemis InfoShop, and to IwamotoScott Architecture for both Lightfold, ONE Kearny Lobby, and Obscura Digital.

Merit awards were given to Haas Architecture for ZERO1 Garage and IwamotoScott Architecture for Heavybit Industries.

Citation awards were given to Gensler for SFO Terminal 2 and jones | haydu for The Offices of Buck O’Neill Builders, Inc.

Image: Obscura Digital // Rien van Rijthoven

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02_kelly_cullen_020fb410Historic Preservation

Honor awards were given to Architectural Resources Group for Inn at the Presidio and Gelfand Partners Architects for Kelly Cullen Community.

Merit awards were given to Marcy Wong Donn Logan Architects for Rosie the Riveter Visitor Center and Architectural Resources Group and Tom Eliot Fisch for North Branch Library.

Image: Kelly Cullen Community // Mark Luthringer

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Unbuilt Design

Matthew Adams recieved an honor award for Refuse Reclamation.

A merit award was given to Aa Studio (Aubrey Davidson and Anesta Iwan) for de[con]struct.

Citation awards were given to Liz Lessig for Territories of Nowhere and Skidmore, Owings & Merrill for ACT Strand Theater.

Image: ACT Theater // SOM + Bruce Damonte

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Carboard Institute of Technology Installation

Special Achievement

The Exploratorium, Laurence Kornfield, David Meckel, FAIA and Community Housing Partnership were recognized with special achievement awards.

Image: Exploratorium // Shannon Paras

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Energy + Sustainability

An honor award was given to EHDD for The Lands End Lookout.

Ratcliff Architects recieved a citation award for DeAnza College Media & Learning Center.

Image: Lands End Lookout // Michael David Rose

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Young Architect

HOK’s Justin Kelly was honored with the young architect award.

Image courtesy Justin Kelly

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25 Year Award

SOM recieved the inaugural 25 year award for The Crown Zellerbach Headquarters.

Image: Crown Zellerbach // Mak Takahashi

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Jury

The 2013 AIA San Francisco Design Awards Jury Chair was Angela Brooks, AIA, LEED AP, managing principal of Brooks + Scarpa Architecture.

25 Year Award

AIA San Francisco Board of Directors
Excellence in Architecture
Angela Brooks, AIA, Prinicpal, Brooks + Scarpa Architecture, Neil Denari, AIA, Principal, NMDA, Professor, UCLA Architecture and Urban Design, Julie Eizenberg, AIA, Principal, Koning Eizenberg Architecture

Excellence in Interior Architecture

Angela Brooks, AIA, Principal, Brooks + Scarpa Architecture, Mina Chow, AIA, Lecturer, USC / Filmmaker / Principal, mc2 SPACES, Ingalill Wahlroos-Ritter, AIA, Graduate Chair, Woodbury University School of Architecture

Historic Preservation

Mike Buhler (Chair), Executive Director, San Francisco Architectural Heritage, Karen Fiene, AIA, Campus Architect, Mills College, Jane Lehman, Regional Historic Preservation Officer, GSA, David Neuman, Architect for the University, University of Virginia, Carol Roland-Nawi, Senior Historian/Project Manager, Mead & Hunt

Energy + Sustainability

Sam Jensen Augustine (Chair), Architecture Program Coordinator, PG&E / Pacific Energy Center, Lisa Gelfand, FAIA, Principal, Gelfand Partners Architects, Kristen DiStefano, Environmental Designer, Atelier Ten, Bill Burke, AIA, Architect, PG&E / Pacific Energy Center, Lisa Findley, Professor, CCA

Special Achievement

Darlene Jang, AIA, Principal, Barcelon+Jang, Tim Culvahouse, FAIA, Principal, CulvaHOUSE, Clark Manus, FAIA, CEO, Heller Manus, Allison Williams, FAIA, Principal, AW Ink, Mike Yang, Associate AIA, Studios Architecture, Kylie Keller, Student Director, McCoppin Studios, Amelie-Phaine Keller, Associate AIA, Design Consultant, Effect International

Unbuilt Design

Angela Brooks, AIA, Principal, Brooks + Scarpa Architecture, Ingalill Wahlroos-Ritter, AIA, Graduate Chair, Woodbury University School of Architecture, Doris Sung, AIA, Assistant Professor, USC School of Architecture / Principal, DOSU Studio Architecture

Young Architect/Associate

AIA San Francisco Board of Directors

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Design Award Sponsors

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Sustaining Sponsors

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In existence for nearly half a century, AIA San Francisco’s annual awards program serves to inform the public of the breadth and value of architectural practice, honoring outstanding Bay Area projects and the architects and designers who contribute to the framework of our built environment. Visit aiasf.org/awards for more information.

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