AIA 2014 Design Awards Exhibit at Valencia 4/21 to 5/2

DesignAwardwinnerlogo2014On Saturday April 5th the Orlando AIA Chapter congratulated this years winners at their Annual Design Gala at the Orlando Country Club. All the winners can be viewed at this link:

For the next 6 weeks a traveling exhibit will circulate around the metropolitan area. Thanks to Triangle Reprographics for transporting and setting up the exhibit at all the locations.

The exhibit includes all the entries submitted, over 50 projects, and will be on exhibit for two weeks starting today 4/21-5/2 at Valencia State College, West Campus, Bldg. 11 in the Atrium. Stop in an see some wonderful new buildings in Orlando, throughout Florida and locations around the world.

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You can also hear the winners discuss their projects at the Design Symposium May 1st, more info and registration at the link:

Future locations scheduled are:

5/5-5/16 Suntrust Tower Downtown, Main Lobby

5/19-5/30 City Hall Orlando, Main Lobby

Please Congratulate all our winners, we will feature them in the coming months:

Service Awards

Award of Merit – Cheryl Mellin
Award of Merit – Scott Nichols
Fred Pryor Young Architects Achievement Award – Clarice Sollog, AIA
Nils Schweizer Community Service Award – Tim Lemons, AIA
Medal of Honor – Robert H. Burke, Jr., AIA
Contractor of the Year – Phil Kean Design Group
Consultant of the Year – Cost Management Inc.
Firm of the Year – HKS Architects

 Design Awards – Built Category

Award of Honor – Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel – HuntonBrady Architects
Award of Honor – Parkview Housing – HKS Architects, Inc.
Award of Honor – Superior Court of California, County Calaveras,  New San Andreas Courthouse – DLR Group
Award of Merit – Florida’s Turnpike Service Plazas – Jacobs Global Buildings Design
Award of Merit – Lake County Courthouse – Heery International
Award of Merit – Marydia Community Center – Heery International
Award of Merit – Sarasota County Area Transit – Architects Design Group
Award of Merit – Sea Harbor Office Interiors – HuntonBrady Architects

Design Awards – UnBuilt Category

Award of Honor – Anqiu – Little Diversified Architectural Consulting Inc.
Award of Merit – Saint Louis County Family Courts – Dewberry Architects

 Design Awards – Theoretical Research Category

Award of Merit – Interfaith Chapel at University of North Florida – KZF Design Studio


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1 Response to AIA 2014 Design Awards Exhibit at Valencia 4/21 to 5/2

  1. Hello

    My name is MarQ Morrison, and I grew up next door to Nils Schweizer and the Schweizer family. So, at a young age I was introduced to MCM architecture.

    I’m in the preproduction phases of the first in a series of documentaries on Mid Florida MCM architects and their residential designs. Featuring the Sarasota and Central Florida areas.
    The second documentary will be about the post MCM in Florida. The next gen architects and how they incorporated some of the design qualities from the MCM. You are on the list to be interviewed for this.

    I’m reaching out for some help getting the word out on my KickStarter Funding Campaign to produce the first film in the series. If you are interested can you help share amongst the community. If you do not feel comfortable doing this can you point me in the right direction for clubs, organizations, groups, foundations, individuals, or lists? ThanQs!

    Link to the KickStarter Funding Campaign:

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