Colorado Architects & Firms Receive 2019 Design & Leadership Awards
The American Institute of Architects (AIA) Colorado recognized local architecture firms for outstanding design at the AIA Colorado Design & Honor Awards Celebration on Friday, September 13 at The Cable Center. AIA Colorado additionally awarded local architects for their leadership in the profession.
Peer-reviewed by a panel of architects in Minneapolis, Minn., the design awards were given to a selection of Colorado-designed projects which exemplified innovative use of materials, space and design, as well as creatively addressed the design challenge.
“Particularly in times of rapid growth like Colorado has been experiencing, it’s critical to pause and celebrate the excellent architecture that is propelling us into the future,” said 2019 AIA Colorado President Zachary Taylor, AIA. “This year’s award recipients are leading the charge in creating innovative and inviting buildings that positively impact the communities they serve.”
Awards of Distinction were given to exemplary projects based on the location of the architecture firm to highlight the diversity and talent of AIA members across Colorado. Projects which received an Award of Distinction then automatically advanced for statewide award consideration in the following levels: Honorable Mention, Award of Merit, or the top award: Award of Excellence. See below for award winners.
In addition to the design awards, local architects were recognized with Honor Awards for their breadth of work, leadership in the profession, and contributions to their communities and to the state of Colorado.
“The 2019 AIA Colorado Honor Award recipients are talented architects who care about their colleagues, their clients and the community around them. They are leaders who are committed to giving back to the profession and Colorado at-large,” said Taylor.
Firm Name, Project Name, Project Location, Award:
[au]workshop, Poudre Garage, Fort Collins, Award of Distinction
Anderson Hallas Architects, Many Glacier Hotel Rehabilitation Glacier National Park, Mont., Award of Distinction
Bohlin Cywinski Jackson and Anderson Mason Dale Architects, CoorsTek Center for Applied Science and Engineering Golden, Award of Distinction
Anderson Mason Dale Architects, Lone Tree Branch Library at Arts Cultural District, Lone Tree, Award of Distinction
Anderson Mason Dale Architects, The Triangle Building, Denver, ColoradoBiz Editor’s Choice Award
Arch11, Thirty Doors, Westminster, Award of Distinction & Honorable Mention
CCY Architects, High+Dry, Flood prone areas, Award of Distinction & Honorable Mention
CCY Architects, Meadow House, Aspen, Award of Distinction & Honorable Mention
CCY Architects, Music Box, Aspen, Award of Distinction
Charles Cunniffe Architects, Virginia Placer, Telluride, Award of Distinction
Charles Cunniffe Architects, St Mary Catholic Church, Aspen, Award of Distinction & Award of Excellence
Clutch Design Studio, 50Fifty DTC, Denver, Award of Distinction
Davis Urban, 900 Penn, Denver, Award of Distinction
HMH Architecture + Interiors, Modern Stair, Denver, Award of Distinction
Koch Covotsos Architects, The Constellation, Denver, Award of Distinction & Honorable Mention
Rowland+Broughton Architecture / Urban Design / Interior Design, Aspen Times Building and Suites at the Hotel Jerome, Aspen, Award of Distinction & Honorable Mention
TAL Studio (Interior Design) Rowland+Broughton Architecture / Urban Design / Interior Design, Ridge House, Aspen, Colorado Homes & Lifestyles’ Editor’s Choice Award
S2 Architects, Gateway Project, Aspen, Award of Distinction
Shears Adkins Rockmore (SA+R), The River Mile, Denver, Award of Distinction
DIALOG and Studio B Architecture + Interiors, Blur, Boulder, Award of Distinction & Award of Excellence
Tomecek Studio Architecture and Design Workshop, Festival Park Pavilions, Castle Rock, Award of Distinction & Award of Merit