AIA Wisconsin Home

 

 

 

 

AIA Publications
2010 Annual Design Awards Competition

Madison (April 28, 2010) — Ten building projects have been recognized for excellence in architectural design by the 2010 Design Awards program of AIA Wisconsin, the state society of The American Institute of Architects (AIA).


This year’s diverse mix of award-winning architecture includes a credit union office on a challenging urban site, a corporate headquarters campus in a prairie setting, an experimental dwelling with a small footprint, a luxury apartment building on property reclaimed from a former freeway, a health center designed to reinvent the patient experience, a small sustainable home on a narrow infill site, a quiet staff canteen that highlights history, an office building transformed for a nonprofit foundation, a large urban development designed for multiple uses, and a beautifully restored historic municipal landmark. These projects are honored for their creative, contemporary, innovative and environmentally sensitive design solutions. The common thread among all ten projects is that they were designed by architect members of AIA Wisconsin.

A jury of nationally distinguished architects from outside Wisconsin selected the award-winning projects. Members of the 2010 Design Awards jury were Marlon Blackwell, AIA, Fayetteville; Angela Ward Hyatt, AIA Boston; and Jerry Johnson, AIA, Chicago.

“The projects recognized for design excellence are reflective of the broad range of different building types and scales that were submitted this year by Wisconsin architects,” according to this year’s awards jury. “From very small spaces to very large projects, the architects displayed great skill and restraint.”

Winner

Winner

Honor Awards

The projects and architects selected to receive Honor Awards for overall design excellence include:

  • Educators Credit Union, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
    Genesis Architecture, LLC, Racine, Wisconsin

  • Kerry Ingredients & Flavours | Innovation and Technical Center, Beloit, Wisconsin
    HGA Architects and Engineers, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

  • The E.D.G.E. [Experimental Dwelling for a Greener Environment], Bayfield, Wisconsin
    Revelations Architects/Builders Corporation, Stevens Point, Wisconsin


Merit Awards

The projects and architects selected to receive Merit Awards for excellence in particular aspects of architectural design include:

  • ONE at The North End, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
    Engberg Anderson, Inc., Milwaukee, Wisconsin

  • St. Clare Health Center, Fenton, Missouri
    HGA Architects and Engineers, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

  • O-S House, Racine, Wisconsin
    Johnsen Schmaling Architects, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

  • Salve Staff Canteen at Pfister Hotel, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
    Johnsen Schmaling Architects, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

  • Rowland Reading, Middleton, Wisconsin
    Potter Lawson Inc., Madison, Wisconsin

  • University Square, Madison, Wisconsin
    Potter Lawson Inc., Madison, Wisconsin


Special Recognition Award

The following project and architect were selected for Special Recognition:

  • Milwaukee City Hall Exterior Restoration, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
    Engberg Anderson, Inc., Milwaukee, Wisconsin


About The 2010 AIA Wisconsin Design Awards

The 2010 AIA Wisconsin Design Awards were presented to the architects, building owners and contractors at a special awards ceremony on April 28 at the Monona Terrace Community and Convention Center in Madison. The annual Design Awards program represents the highest recognition given for excellence in architectural design by AIA Wisconsin.

The chair of AIA Wisconsin’s 56th annual Design Awards program is architect Mark Kruser, AIA, Middleton. AIA Wisconsin is a 1,500-member professional society representing architects in private practice, business, industry, government and education.

About AIA Wisconsin

Founded in 1857, The American Institute of Architects is celebrating its 150 th anniversary. Through education, government advocacy, community development and public outreach activities, the AIA and its 80,000 members work to achieve a more humane built environment and a higher standard of professionalism. AIA Wisconsin, the state society of the AIA, represents 1,500 members in private practice, business, industry, education and government.

Media Contacts

Mark Kruser, AIA
(608) 279-9722

Brenda Taylor
(608) 257-8477

Downloads


* High Resolution Photos available for Press on CD

 

Back to Design Awards Main

AIA Crest
©2014 AIA Wisconsin. All Rights Reserved.
(608) 257-8477 | Privacy Policy | Contact Us
Members Area | Events Calendars | Wisconsin Architects Foundation | Contact Us