2022 AIA Awards - Architecture
The 2022 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.
Andlinger Center for Energy & the Environment
Princeton University’s Andlinger Center for Energy & the Environment seeks to confront the world’s most pressing environmental issues, and this new building encourages interdisciplinary collaboration that supports new initiatives in energy resilience
Billerica Memorial High School
As Billerica, Massachusetts, has quietly reinvented itself, the town found that its high school, outdated and dysfunctional, did not reflect its newfound vibrancy.
The Century Project at the Space Needle
An international icon of the Pacific Northwest and one of the world’s most photographed buildings, Seattle’s Space Needle has long heralded the future with a palpable sense of optimism.
Home Building at Thaden School
In Bentonville, Arkansas, the Thaden School has emerged as a new high school that challenges traditional educational paradigms by letting young people learn by doing.
Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design
As the first fully certified living building in the Southeast United States, the Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design sets a bar for sustainability,
Marine Education Center at the University of Southern Mississippi
When presented with this project, the design team heeded the words of Chris Snyder, the former director of the Marine Education Center at University of Southern Mississippi, who said, “all buildings eventually end up in the ocean.”
Menil Drawing Institute
The Menil Drawing Institute in Houston, Texas, is the country’s first freestanding building dedicated solely to the exhibition, study, and conservation of works on paper.
The Owsley Brown II History Center
In Louisville, Kentucky, the Filson Historical Society endeavors to share the rich history of the state and the wider Ohio River Valley through its educational programs and cultural resources.
Richardson Olmsted Campus
This project radically transformed the central portion of Buffalo’s National Historic Landmark Richardson Olmsted Campus into a boutique hotel.
Ready to support the bold ambitions of today’s contemporary artists, The Shed in New York City is singularly focused on commissioning, producing, and presenting original works of art from all disciplines and for all audiences.
US Embassy in London
Along the banks of the Thames River in London’s Nine Elms section, the new U.S. Embassy emphasizes one of the United States’ longest-standing and highly valued relationships.