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Winners of the 2013 AIA New York Design Awards revealed

Winners of the 2013 AIA New Yo...
The Perot Museum of Nature and Science, by Morphosis Architects, won the Architecture Merit award
The Perot Museum of Nature and Science, by Morphosis Architects, won the Architecture Merit award
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The Perot Museum of Nature and Science, by Morphosis Architects, won the Architecture Merit award
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The Perot Museum of Nature and Science, by Morphosis Architects, won the Architecture Merit award
Tower House by GLUCK, Architecture Merit Award Winner (image: Paul Warchol)
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Tower House by GLUCK, Architecture Merit Award Winner (image: Paul Warchol)
Kápolna Madaras by Christopher Johnson Architect with Ramona Albert, Project Honor Award Winner (image: C. Johnson / R. Albert)
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Kápolna Madaras by Christopher Johnson Architect with Ramona Albert, Project Honor Award Winner (image: C. Johnson / R. Albert)
Hunters Point South Waterfront Park by Thomas Balsley Associates / WEISS/MANFREDI, Urban Design Merit Award Winner (image: WEISS/MANFREDI)
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Hunters Point South Waterfront Park by Thomas Balsley Associates / WEISS/MANFREDI, Urban Design Merit Award Winner (image: WEISS/MANFREDI)
John Jay College of Criminal Justice by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, Architecture Honor Award Winner (image: Brett Beyer, SOM)
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John Jay College of Criminal Justice by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, Architecture Honor Award Winner (image: Brett Beyer, SOM)
Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedoms Park by Louis I. Kahn, FAIA, David Wisdom,and Mitchell | Giurgola Architects, Urban Design Merit Award Winner (image: Paul Warchol)
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Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedoms Park by Louis I. Kahn, FAIA, David Wisdom,and Mitchell | Giurgola Architects, Urban Design Merit Award Winner (image: Paul Warchol)
One Jackson Square by Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates and SLCE Architects, Architecture Honor Award Winner (image: Raimund Koch)
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One Jackson Square by Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates and SLCE Architects, Architecture Honor Award Winner (image: Raimund Koch)
Barclays Center by SHoP Architects and AECOM/Ellerbe Becket, Architecture Honor Award Winner (image: Bruce Damonte)
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Barclays Center by SHoP Architects and AECOM/Ellerbe Becket, Architecture Honor Award Winner (image: Bruce Damonte)
Daeyang Gallery and House by Steven Holl Architects and E.rae Architects, Architecture Honor Award Winner (image: Iwan Baan)
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Daeyang Gallery and House by Steven Holl Architects and E.rae Architects, Architecture Honor Award Winner (image: Iwan Baan)
The Children’s Museum of the Arts by WORKac, Interiors Honor Award Winner (image: Ari Macropoulos)
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The Children’s Museum of the Arts by WORKac, Interiors Honor Award Winner (image: Ari Macropoulos)
Jesolo Lido Condominium by Richard Meier & Partners Architects, Architecture Honor Award Winner (image: Roland Halbe)
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Jesolo Lido Condominium by Richard Meier & Partners Architects, Architecture Honor Award Winner (image: Roland Halbe)
New-York Historical Society by Platt Byard Dovell White Architects, Architecture Honor Award Winner (image: Jonathan Wallen Photography)
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New-York Historical Society by Platt Byard Dovell White Architects, Architecture Honor Award Winner (image: Jonathan Wallen Photography)
LM Guest House by Desai/Chia Architecture, Architecture Merit Award Winner (image: Paul Warcho)
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LM Guest House by Desai/Chia Architecture, Architecture Merit Award Winner (image: Paul Warcho)
Clemson University, Lee Hall College of Architecture by Thomas Phifer and Partners, Architecture Merit Award Winner (image: Scott Frances)
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Clemson University, Lee Hall College of Architecture by Thomas Phifer and Partners, Architecture Merit Award Winner (image: Scott Frances)
Columbia University Medical Center Education Building by Diller Scofidio + Renfro, Lead Designer, and Gensler, Executive Architect, Project Merit Award Winner
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Columbia University Medical Center Education Building by Diller Scofidio + Renfro, Lead Designer, and Gensler, Executive Architect, Project Merit Award Winner
Helsinki Central Library by Platform for Architecture + Research, Project Merit Award Winner (image: Platform for Architecture + Research)
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Helsinki Central Library by Platform for Architecture + Research, Project Merit Award Winner (image: Platform for Architecture + Research)
Webb Chapel Park Pavilion by Cooper Joseph Studio, Project Merit Award Winner (image: Eduard Hueber / archphoto)
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Webb Chapel Park Pavilion by Cooper Joseph Studio, Project Merit Award Winner (image: Eduard Hueber / archphoto)
Bayhealth Medical Center by EwingCole, Interior Merit Award Winner (image: Halkin Photography)
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Bayhealth Medical Center by EwingCole, Interior Merit Award Winner (image: Halkin Photography)
Wyckoff House Museum by nARCHITECTS, Project Merit Award Winner (image: nARCHITECTS)
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Wyckoff House Museum by nARCHITECTS, Project Merit Award Winner (image: nARCHITECTS)
Landscape by ABRUZZO BODZIAK ARCHITECTS, Project Merit Award Winner (image: Naho Kupota)
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Landscape by ABRUZZO BODZIAK ARCHITECTS, Project Merit Award Winner (image: Naho Kupota)
Stanford University, Bing Concert Hall by Ennead Architects, Architecture Merit Award Winner (image: Jeff Goldberg/Esto)
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Stanford University, Bing Concert Hall by Ennead Architects, Architecture Merit Award Winner (image: Jeff Goldberg/Esto)
O-14 by RUR Architecture, Architecture Honor Award Winner (image: Torsten Seidel)
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O-14 by RUR Architecture, Architecture Honor Award Winner (image: Torsten Seidel)
Model Home Gallery by NADAAA, Architecture Merit Award Winner (image: John Horner)
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Model Home Gallery by NADAAA, Architecture Merit Award Winner (image: John Horner)
McGee Art Pavilion, New York State College of Ceramics by Ikon.5 Architects, Architecture Merit Award Winner (image: Brad Feinknopf)
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McGee Art Pavilion, New York State College of Ceramics by Ikon.5 Architects, Architecture Merit Award Winner (image: Brad Feinknopf)
Sliced Porosity Block by Steven Holl Architects, Architecture Merit Award Winner (image: Iwan Baan)
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Sliced Porosity Block by Steven Holl Architects, Architecture Merit Award Winner (image: Iwan Baan)
New York City Center Renovation Restoration by Ennead Architects, Architecture Merit Award Winner (image: Aislinn Weidele)
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New York City Center Renovation Restoration by Ennead Architects, Architecture Merit Award Winner (image: Aislinn Weidele)
Center for the Advancement of Public Action by Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects, Architecture Honor Award Winner (image: Michael Moran / OTTO)
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Center for the Advancement of Public Action by Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects, Architecture Honor Award Winner (image: Michael Moran / OTTO)
Bay House by Roger Ferris + Partners, Architecture Honor Award Winner (image: Paúl Rivera / archphoto)
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Bay House by Roger Ferris + Partners, Architecture Honor Award Winner (image: Paúl Rivera / archphoto)
510 Fifth Avenue Renovation and Adaptive Reuse by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, Architecture Merit Award Winner (image: Eduard Hueber / archphoto, SOM)
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510 Fifth Avenue Renovation and Adaptive Reuse by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, Architecture Merit Award Winner (image: Eduard Hueber / archphoto, SOM)
Won Dharma Center by HanrahanMeyers Architects, Architecture Honor Award Winner (image: Michael Moran / OTTO)
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Won Dharma Center by HanrahanMeyers Architects, Architecture Honor Award Winner (image: Michael Moran / OTTO)
Urbaneer Resilient Water Infrastructure by Terreform ONE, Urban Design Merit Award Winner (image: Terreform ONE)
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Urbaneer Resilient Water Infrastructure by Terreform ONE, Urban Design Merit Award Winner (image: Terreform ONE)
Qingdao Harborfront by EE&K a Perkins Eastman company, Urban Design Honor Award Winner (image: EE&K a Perkins Eastman)
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Qingdao Harborfront by EE&K a Perkins Eastman company, Urban Design Honor Award Winner (image: EE&K a Perkins Eastman)
New Holland Island by WORKac, Urban Design Merit Award Winner (image: WORKac)
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New Holland Island by WORKac, Urban Design Merit Award Winner (image: WORKac)
Badouzi Harbor Urban Design with the National Museum of Marine Science & Technology and the National Aquarium by J.M. Lin Architect, Urban Design Honor Award Winner (image: J.M. Lin Architect)
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Badouzi Harbor Urban Design with the National Museum of Marine Science & Technology and the National Aquarium by J.M. Lin Architect, Urban Design Honor Award Winner (image: J.M. Lin Architect)
agri-CULTURE: Richardson Mixed Use Development by SAMOO Architecture,Urban Design Merit Award Winner (image: SAMOO)
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agri-CULTURE: Richardson Mixed Use Development by SAMOO Architecture,Urban Design Merit Award Winner (image: SAMOO)
LifeEdited 1 by Guerin Glass Architects, Interior Honor Award Winner (image: Matthew Williams)
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LifeEdited 1 by Guerin Glass Architects, Interior Honor Award Winner (image: Matthew Williams)
Sean Kelly Gallery by Oshiko Mori Architects, Interior Honor Award Winner (image: Michael Moran / OTTO)
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Sean Kelly Gallery by Oshiko Mori Architects, Interior Honor Award Winner (image: Michael Moran / OTTO)
Marc by Marc Jacobs Showroom by Jaklitsch / Gardner Architects, Interior Honor Award Winner (image: Scott FrancesInteriors)
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Marc by Marc Jacobs Showroom by Jaklitsch / Gardner Architects, Interior Honor Award Winner (image: Scott FrancesInteriors)
MALIN+GOETZ by Bernheimer Architecture, Interior Merit Award Winner (image: Eric Laignel)
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MALIN+GOETZ by Bernheimer Architecture, Interior Merit Award Winner (image: Eric Laignel)
Delancey + Essex Municipal Parking Garage by Michielli + Wyetzner Architects, Project Merit Award Winner (image: Michielli + Wyetzner Architects)
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Delancey + Essex Municipal Parking Garage by Michielli + Wyetzner Architects, Project Merit Award Winner (image: Michielli + Wyetzner Architects)
Al Hamra Tower by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill won the Architecture Honor 2013 AIA New York Design Award (image: Tim Griffith, SOM)
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Al Hamra Tower by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill won the Architecture Honor 2013 AIA New York Design Award (image: Tim Griffith, SOM)
O-14 by RUR Architecture, Architecture Honor Award Winner (image: Torsten Seidel)
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O-14 by RUR Architecture, Architecture Honor Award Winner (image: Torsten Seidel)
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Earlier this month, the recipients of the 2013 AIA (American Institute of Architects) New York Design Awards were announced. From hundreds of submissions, 42 winning projects were selected for their high quality work. Each submission scored merit for its use of innovative ideas, design quality, response to community needs and technique. The awards were open to architects and designers practicing in New York, or to New York-based projects, and spread across the categories of Interiors, Architecture, Projects, and Urban Design.

“Competition was fierce, and we were thrilled by the results,” said Jill N. Lerner, FAIA, 2013 AIA New York President. “The breadth and global span of the winning projects demonstrates the incredible competitiveness and creativity of the New York architecture community.”

Looking at the list of winners, our highlights from the competition would have to include the O-14 office tower in Dubai by RUR Architecture. The building is a standout, with its defining lace-like concrete exoskeleton peppered with more than 1,000 holes which deliver shade, light and air, plus stunning views of the bay and skyline.

Closely following is the Perot Museum of Nature and Science by Morphosis Architects, with its soaring open volume atrium and an acre of flowing roofscape, comprised of rock and native drought-resistant grasses.

AIA member Marc Kushner was impressed with the award’s connection back to New York. "There's so much unbelievable architecture that's propagated throughout the world by New York architects," said Kushner, who is a partner in the NYC-based architecture firm HollwichKushner and the CEO of Architizer.com.

Architecture lovers will be able to see the winning submissions in an exhibition to be held at the Center for Architecture in New York from April 18 through to May 31 ... but if you don't have a trip to New York planned, you can head to our gallery to get a taste of the winning entries.

The AIA New York Chapter was founded in 1857 and represents almost 5,000 practicing architects, allied professionals, students and architecture/design enthusiasts.

Source: AIA New York via Archdaily

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