11 Coolest Buildings in N. America CNN


Here is a link to a great short video (2 min.) on CNN’s website of the Eleven projects that have been selected to receive the AIA 2014 Institute Honor Award for Architecture. The film style allows you to move through the buildings. And it is an interesting mix of new and renovated works. Film by Maris Mezulis courtesy of KPMB Architects.


The List:

  1. SCAD Museum of Art, Savanna GA, Savanna College of Art and Design
  2. Brooklyn Botanical Garden Visitors Center, Brooklyn NY, Brooklyn Botanical Garden
  3. Jackson Hole Airport, Jackson WY, Matthew Millman/ Tim Griffth/ Gensler
  4. Sidwell Friends School, Washington DC, Michael Moron/ OTTO
  5. Lakewood Cemetery Garden Mausoleum, Minneapolis MN, HGA
  6. CIGI Campus, Ontario Canada, KPMB Architects
  7. Community Rowing Boathouse, Brighton MA, Hank Winton, Ramsey Khabbaz/ Anmahian Winton Architects
  8. Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust, Los Angeles CA, Iwan Baan, Benny Chan
  9. Saint Louis Public Library, Saint Louis MO, Tim Hursley
  10. The Pierre, San Juan Islands WA, Benjamin Benschneider
  11. King Street Station, Seattle WA, Doug Scott

About Gregory Stock, AIA, LEED BD+C

I am an experienced architect and artist, you can visit my website for information about me and my work, social media pages and more http://www.gregorystockdesign.us
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One Response to 11 Coolest Buildings in N. America CNN

  1. wigdanguneid says:

    Great list, but I think the poetry foundation building by John Ronan Architects deserves to be on that list too.

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