AIA Houston Design Awards

In July, AIA Houston announced the recipients of its 2013 Design Awards. The competition recognizes the best projects completed within the last five years that are either located in the Houston metropolitan area or designed by an architect based there.

Myriad Botanical Gardens by Gensler: courtesy AIA Houston
Galveston Residence by kinneymorrow architecture
The Hive Lakeside Retreat by Lantz Full Circle | Enter Architecture
500 Fannin by Zeigler Cooper Architects
Blaffer Art Museum, University of Houston by WORK Architecture Company
San Jacinto College North Campus Welcome Center by Morris Architects
Downtown Houston Childcare by Kirksey Architecture

A panel of three internationally recognized architects met at Architecture Center Houston and selected 16 projects in six categories among the 122 entries. The jurors were Kevin Kudo-King, AIA, principal at Olson Kundig Architects, Seattle; Elaine Molinar, AIA, director of practice at Snøhetta, New York; and Gullivar Shepard, AIA, principal at Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates, New York. The awards were presented at a reception at the Houston Ballet Center for Dance. 

 

RENOVATION/RESTORATION 

Galveston Residence 

kinneymorrow architecture 

The Hive Lakeside Retreat 

Lantz Full Circle | Enter Architecture 

500 Fannin

Zeigler Cooper Architects 

Blaffer Art Museum, University of Houston 

WORK Architecture Company 

 

ARCHITECTURE LESS THAN 50,000 SF

San Jacinto College North Campus Welcome Center 

Morris Architects 

Downtown Houston Childcare 

Kirksey Architecture  

 

ARCHITECTURE OVER 50,000 SF

Arbor Building Addition/Restoration 

SHW Group 

Myriad Botanical Gardens 

Gensler 

 

RESIDENTIAL ARCHITECTURE

Fisher Street House 

Donna Kacmar, FAIA 

Gulf Coast Farmhouse 

m + a architecture 

Robinhood Residence 

Murphy Mears Architects 

 

INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE 

Baylor College of Medicine, National Space Biomedical Research Institute 

Kirksey Architecture 

Johnson Downie 

Rottet Studio 

 

ON THE BOARDS

Willowick Renovation 

Murphy Mears Architects 

WorkSHOP: New Campus for Workshop Houston

Rice Building Workshop

One Forty 

Perkins + Will 

 

The photo gallery for this article is expanded content for Texas Architect September/October 2013. 

CORRECTION: "On the Boards" Design Award recipient WorkSHOP: New Campus for Workshop Houston by Rice Building Workshop was inadvertently omitted from the printed version of this article. Our apologies to Rice Building Workshop.



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