2017 AIA Awards - Architecture
The 2017 Architecture program celebrates the best contemporary architecture regardless of budget, size, style, or type. These stunning projects show the world the range of outstanding work architects create and highlight the many ways buildings and spaces can improve our lives.
Aspen Art Museum
This new 33,000-square-foot Kunsthalle-style museum helps solidify the town as more than just the home of world-class skiing.
The tallest Manhattan building constructed modularly, Carmel Place sets new standards as a prototype for micro living.
Carnegie Hall Studio Towers Renovation Project
Seven years after it began, this project renovated and repurposed 167,000 square feet of non-performance venues at the New York City national historic site.
The Cotton Gin at the CO-OP District
Two former cotton gin structures that served Hutto, Texas, for nearly 70 years have become a single open-air 6,500-square-foot public events space.
This multipurpose community center and 80-acre preserve in Connecticut represents the principals of nature, arts, justice, community, and faith.
Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts
The University of Chicago's visual arts, film, music, and theater programs are finally united under one roof, thanks to this new Center.
St. Ann's Warehouse
Beneath Brooklyn Bridge, this 700-seat theater has transformed the remains of a tobacco warehouse into a thriving public/private amenity.
The Six Affordable Veteran Housing
Group and social spaces are emphasized in this this 42,500-square-foot Los Angeles housing project designed for disabled veterans.
Stanford University Central Energy Facility
This project serves as the heart of the transformational campus-wide energy system, embodying the latest technological advances in heat recovery.
THREAD: Artists' Residency and Cultural Center
A hub for the village of Sinthian in Senegal and the larger region, this socio-cultural center provides needed space for local and international artists.
Yale Center for British Art Building Conservation Project
After 40 years of uninterrupted operation, this Louis Kahn–designed center refreshed aging finishes and implemented exacting new art conservation standards.