Houston Design Awards

Top architecture projects in five categories applauded in annual AIA Houston design competition


Wildwood Corporate Center by Kirksey Architecture
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TDECU Stadium Page
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Cheri Flores Garden Pavilion Bohlin Cywinski Jackson
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Sicardi Gallery Brave / Architecture
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Camp For All: Star Place AIA
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Cougar Woods Dining Hall Page
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Fort Bend Veterans Memorial AIA
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CONTENT Architecture AIA
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Kane Street Office AIA
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Sabine Street Cottages AIA
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StudioMET AIA
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Benedit House AIA
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Mid-Century Remodel AIA
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Heights Clock Tower Grenader AIA
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Bethel Church Park AIA
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Buddhist Cultural and Education Center rendering Gensler AIA
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J-Camp AIA rendering
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SMLA Expo 2020 Cultural Identity AIA
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Applause, applause for winners of the AIA Houston Design Awards. Winners were named in the fields of architecture, residential architecture, interior architecture, restoration/renovation and urban design. Entires were evaluated on quality of design, resolution of the program idea, sustainable responsibility, innovation, thoughtfulness and technique.

The award winners were announced at the 2015 Houston Design Awards on Thursday at the Asia Society Texas Center.

Jurors Mark Lamster (Dallas Morning News, Dallas); Michael Maltzan, FAIA (Michael Malzan Architects, Los Angeles); and Lorcan O'Herlihy (Lorcan O'Herlihy Architects, Los Angeles) deliberated the 117 submittals to declare this years winners.

Take a look at this year's AIA Houston Design Award winners:

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Kirksey Architecture
Wildwood Corporate Center
Architecture greater than 50,000 square feet

Page
University of Houston TDECU Stadium
Architecture greater than 50,000 square feet

Bohlin Cywinski Jackson
Cherie Flores Garden Pavilion
Architecture less than 50,000 square feet

BRAVE / Architecture
Sicardi Gallery
Architecture less than 50,000 square feet

Curry Boudreaux Architects
Camp For All: Star Place
Architecture less than 50,000 square feet

Page
Cougar Woods Dining Hall
Architecture less than 50,000 square feet

Powers Brown Architecture
Fort Bend Veteran's Memorial
Architecture less than 50,000 square feethttp://powersbrown.com/

CONTENT Architecture
Casa Lobo
Residential Architecture

Kinneymorrow Architecture
Kane Street Office
Interior Architecture & Renovation / Restoration

Murphy Mears Architects
Sabine Street Cottages
Residential Architecture

studioMET
Brooklyn Studio
Interior Architecture & Renovation / Restoration

Curry Boudreaux Architects
Bendit House
Renovation / Restoration

Murphy Mears Architects
Mid-Century Remodel
Renovation / Restoration

Nonya Grenader, FAIA
Clock Tower Studios
Renovation / Restoration

PGAL
Bethel Church Park
Urban Design

Gensler
Buddhist Cultural and Education Center
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Interloop—Architecture
J-Camp
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SMLA
Expo 2020 Cultural Identity
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