CONGRATULATIONS TO GSAPP’S AIANY DESIGN AWARD WINNERS

The 2018 AIA New York Design Awards Program recognizes the work of many firms led by Columbia GSAPP faculty and alumni
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Media Advisory
11 January 2017

AIA New York announced the recipients of its 2018 Design Awards on January 8th. Among the 32 projects selected as a representation of exceptional work by AIANY members and architects practicing in New York City, 12 are the work of Columbia GSAPP faculty and alumni. The winning projects will be published in AIANY’s Oculus magazine and featured in an exhibition at the Center for Architecture, opening April 20, 2018.

The winners with Columbia GSAPP affiliation include:

Architecture Honor Award

  • LEVENBETTS, led by faculty Stella Betts for the Square House in Stone Ridge, NY

Architecture Merit Award

  • LTL Architects, led by faculty Marc Tsurumaki and Perkins+Will for Cornell University's Upson Hall Renovation in Ithaca, NY

  • nARCHITECTS, led by faculty Mimi Hoang and Eric Bunge for the NYC DOT Harper Street Yard Structures in Corona, NY

  • N.E.E.D. Architecture, led by alumnus Sangmok Kim (M.Arch ‘03) for The Book Company Headquarters in Seoul, South Korea

  • StudioSUMO, led by alumni Sunil Bald (M.Arch ‘91) and Yolande Daniels (M.Arch ‘90) for Josai International University's i-House Dormitory in Togane, Japan

  • WORKac, led by Dean Amale Andraos and faculty Dan Wood (M.Arch ’92) for the Queens Library at Kew Gardens Hills in Flushing, NY

Interiors Honor Award

  • N H D M, led by faculty Nahyun Hwang and David Eugin Moon for the Nam June Paik Art Center Renovation in Yongin, South Korea

Interiors Merit Award

  • LEVENBETTS, led by faculty Stella Betts for Cornell University's Rhodes Hall in Ithaca, NY

  • Rice + Lipka Architects, led by alumni Lyn Rice (MSAAD ‘94) and Astrid Lipka (MSAAD ‘00) for the Parsons Making Center in New York City

  • A+I, led by alumni Brad Zizmor (M.Arch ‘93) and Dag Folger (M.Arch ‘93) in association with SheltonMindel for the New York Family Office in New York City

Projects Honor Award

Projects Merit Award

  • APTUM Architecture, led by alumna Julie Larsen (M.Arch ‘02) for the Thinness Pavilion in San Francisco
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