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2011 Institute Honor Awards for Regional & Urban Design

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The Institute Honor Awards for Regional and Urban Design recognize distinguished achievements that involve the expanding role of the architect in urban design, regional and city planning, and community development. The awards identify projects and programs that contribute to the quality of these environments. Click here to view all 2011 AIA Awards Recipients. 2011 Honors & Awards ceremony convention video clips.

Beijing CBD East Expansion

Beijing CBD East Expansion

  • Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP

The CBD Eastern Expansion Plan defines opportunities for the growth of commerce, industry, culture, and the arts by establishing a flexible framework for growth and an environmentally sustainable approach to 21st Century city design.

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Chicago Central Area DeCarbonization Plan

Chicago Central Area DeCarbonization Plan

  • Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture

The Chicago Central Area DeCarbonization Plan is a comprehensive vision for helping the City of Chicago reach the goals of the Chicago Climate Action Plan and the 2030 Challenge in the downtown Loop.

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Community City Between Building and Landscape Affordable Sustainable Infill for Smoketown Kentucky

Community | City: Between Building and Landscape Affordable Sustainable Infill for Smoketown, Kentucky

  • Marilys R. Nepomechie Architect and Marta Canaves Interior Design

This project remediates existing brownfields and re-activates a long-neglected connection among an historic African-American residential neighborhood, an historic Olmsted park, and the Ohio Riverfront.

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Gowanus Canal Sponge Park

Gowanus Canal Sponge Park™

  • dlandstudio llc

The Gowanus Canal Sponge Park™ is a public open space system that slows, absorbs, and filters surface water runoff with the goal of remediating contaminated water, activating the private canal waterfront, and revitalizing the neighborhood.

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Low Impact Development

Low Impact Development: a design manual for urban areas

  • University of Arkansas Community Design Center

"Low Impact Development: a design manual for urban areas" is a 230-page publication designed for use by those involved in urban development, from homeowners, to institutions, developers, designers, cities, and regional authorities.

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Townscaping an Automobile-Oriented Fabric

Townscaping an Automobile-Oriented Fabric: Farmington, Arkansas

  • University of Arkansas Community Design Center

The townscape plan for Farmington proposes new public landscapes to restitch a 5,000-person bedroom community fragmented by a five-lane commercial arterial.

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