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Treasure Island Wins National AIA Honor Award
Treasure Island received an Honor Award from the American Institute of Architects in 2009. Read the original announcement.
Project Highlight: Willson Hospice House
Willson Hospice House was recently recognized as the first healthcare facility worldwide to receive certification as an Audubon International Silver Signature Sanctuary.
Facility of Merit Award for Stouffville Clippers Sports Complex
The Stouffville Clippers Sports Complex in Whitchurch-Stouffville, ON has been selected to receive a Facility of Merit Award from Athletic Business at the annual conference in December. One panelist commented how "careful consideration and fine detailing can transform a simple box into a dynamic civic facility."
Kenyan Women and Children's Wellness Centre Announced as Winner of WAN Award
The Kenyan Women and Children's Wellness Centre in Nairobi, Kenya is the winner of the WAN Healthcare Sector Awards for 2011. The entry was favored by the unbuilt panel for the project's humanistic approach to a significant global design issue.
Engineering Five Building Wins WAN Award
The Engineering Five Building at the University of Waterloo, Canada, is the winner of the WAN Lighting and Design Awards for 2011. The judge's panel remarked on the quality, simplicity and lasting effect the project will have on students and staff.
Presidio Trust: Ft. Scott Wins CA Preservation Award
The Presidio Trust announcement that the Ft. Scott Cultural Resource Study, by Perkins+Will, had won the 2010 Preservation Design Award from the California Preservation Foundation.
Perkins+Will Unveils Concept for Tower in Midtown Manhattan — Design Wins Firm’s Third International Tall Buildings Award
The design of East 37th Street Residential Tower, the dynamic new Manhattan high-rise conceived by the New York office of global architecture and design firm Perkins+Will, has been unveiled on the...
Buildings that Invest in Wellbeing See Healthy Returns
The 40-hour work week is actually longer, it turns out. According to Gallup, the average American worker spends an average of 50 hours a week in the office . At the same time, we are facing a health...