2023 AIA Regional & Urban Design
The 2023 Regional & Urban Design program recognizes the best in urban design, regional and city planning, and community development. The best planning accounts for the entire built environment, local culture, and available resources—modeling architecture’s promise and true value to communities.
Completing the Loop
A comprehensive vision for revitalizing 15 miles of Pittsburgh’s riverfront land, Completing the Loop is a master plan that articulates and advances the mission of Riverlife, a nonprofit dedicated to connecting the city’s neighborhoods with a world-class riverfront
East End Transformation
Designed in 1900 by Cope and Stewardson, Washington University’s Danforth Campus in St. Louis was to be a park-like setting where collegiate gothic buildings, landscape quadrangles, and pathways worked in concert to prompt academic connections.
The railroad that cuts through downtown Rogers, Arkansas serves as the center of its initial 1880s plan and the very reason for the city’s founding.
Thaden School Master Plan
This plan, created to support the growth of an independent school in rapidly expanding Bentonville, Arkansas, reflects a vision the challenges the traditional paradigms for education.
Van Leesten Memorial Bridge
In Providence, Rhode Island, the Van Leesten Memorial Bridge connects five of the city’s prominent neighborhoods and institutions by reimagining an abandoned span of highway I-195.