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2013 AIA East Bay Design Awards
Honor Award

Photographer: David Wakely PhotographyPhysical Sciences & Engineering Center, Foothills Community College
Los Altos Hills, CA
Architect: Ratcliff
Photographer: David Wakely Photography

Merit Awards

Noll & Tam Architects; David Wakely PhotographyLos Gatos Library, Los Gatos, CA
Architect: Noll & Tam Architects
Photographer: David Wakely Photography

Architect: RossDrulisCusenbery Architecture, Inc. Photographer: Mark Singer PhotographyAshland Youth Center, San Leandro, CA
Architect: RossDrulisCusenbery Architecture, Inc.
Photographer: Mark Singer Photography

Architect: Kava Massih Architects Photographer: Ethan KaplanBerkeley Bowl West, Berkeley, CA
Architect: Kava Massih Architects
Photographer: Ethan Kaplan

Citations

Architect: Ratcliff Photographer: David Wakely Photography; Skyhawk PhotographyMedia & Learning Center De Anza Community College
Cupertino, CA
Architect: Ratcliff
Photographer: David Wakely Photography; Skyhawk Photography

Architect: Regan Bice Architects Photographer: Regan Bice ArchitectsLipson Residence, Berkeley, CA
Architect: Regan Bice Architects
Photographer: Regan Bice Architects

Architect: Fernau & Hartman Architects Photographer: Richard Barnes PhotographyMontana Cookhouse, Clyde Park, MT
Architect: Fernau & Hartman Architects
Photographer: Richard Barnes Photography

Architect: Mark Horton Architecture & Michael Harris Architecture Photographer: Ethan KaplanTemple Sinai, Oakland, CA
Architect: Mark Horton Architecture & Michael Harris Architecture
Photographer: Ethan Kaplan

Architect: Marcy Wong Donn Logan Architects Photographer: Billy Hustace PhotographyThe Freight and Salvage, Berkeley, CA
Architect: Marcy Wong Donn Logan Architects
Photographer: Billy Hustace Photography

Architect: Arkin Tilt Architects Photographer: Eric WolfingerCarmel Middle School Green Classroom
Carmel, CA
Architect: Arkin Tilt Architects
Photographer: Eric Wolfinger

Architect: Baran Studio Architecture Photographer: Scott HargisBordertown, Oakland, CA
Architect: Baran Studio Architecture
Photographer: Scott Hargis

Architect: Marcy Wong Donn Logan Architects Photographer: John Edward Linden PhotographyMojave Rivers District Ranger Station, Acton, CA
Architect: Marcy Wong Donn Logan Architects
Photographer: John Edward Linden Photography

Architect: Gould Evans Photographer: Matthew MillmanLaney College Athletic Fields and Field House, Oakland, CA
Architect: Gould Evans
Photographer: Matthew Millman

Architect: Kava Massih Architects Photographer: Stephen Miller PhotographySE Division Street Housing, Portland, OR
Architect: Kava Massih Architects
Photographer: Stephen Miller Photography

 

Jury: Robert Harris, FAIA (Lake Flato Architects); Marsha Maytum, FAIA (Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects), Mark Jensen, AIA, (Jensen Architects)

HEINSER-04Marsha Maytum, FAIALeddy Maytum Stacy Architects, has focused her career on community, cultural, and socially-conscious projects that promote sustainable design. Her education in the 1970s at the University of Oregon and Royal Academy in Denmark was founded upon responsible environmental design. Her work has included the creation of new buildings, rehabilitation of historic buildings, and adaptive reuse of existing structures.

 

 

rharris_fnBob Harris, FAIA, LEED Fellow, Lake Flato Architects has established expertise in combining award winning design and sustainable practice in buildings that respect nature, enhance place, and exhibit the craft of construction. He has more than 20 years of project experience with a focus on environmental issues ranging from land preservation advocacy to sustainable urban design.

 

 

Mark Jensen lrMark Jensen, AIA As the founder of Jensen Architects, Mark Jensen cultivated his view of the art and science of architecture into an award-winning design practice that celebrates inquisitiveness, craftsmanship, and partnership. These values came naturally to Mark, who grew up among artisans and designers, and deepened through his academic and early experience in the United States and Italy. Mark’s work is noted for bridging culture and construction: His recent notable projects include SFMOMA’s sculpture garden, offices for Goodby Silverstein and Partners and IDEO, graduate studios for CCA, and SHED, a modern grange in Healdsburg.

 


Eligibility
  • Projects must be designed and submitted by an architect.
  • Projects must have been completed after January 1, 2006.
  • AIA East Bay members may submit projects from all-over.
  • Non-member architects may submit projects located in the chapter’s four counties: Alameda, Contra Costa, Napa and Solano.
  • Projects that have won earlier design awards, other than previous AIA East Bay design award winners, or that have been previously published remain eligible.

Project Types

Projects of all types will be viewed, including, but not limited to:

  • Commercial, office, and mixed-use
  • Industrial, laboratories, and hospitals
  • Transportation and parking structures
  • Places of worship
  • Libraries, schools, and other institutions
  • Historic preservation, adaptive reuse, renovation and restoration
  • Single & multi-residential, dormitories, affordable & temporary housing

Sponsors
AIA East Bay thanks the following sponsors for their support of  design excellence and the architectural community.

Aerotek
American Soil & Stone
Associated Building Supply
BehrPro
Degenkolb
Dealey Renton & Associates
Ideate, Inc
Jeld-Wen Windows & Doors
Jetton Construction
Lutron
Pacific Coast Building Products

Interested in Sponsorship? Please call Sidney Sweeney at 510/464-3600.

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2012 Exceptional Residential: Bay Area Regional Design Awards

Exceptional Residential: Bay Area Regional Design Awards is a unique design awards program. It was established to recognize the best in the Bay Area housing design. ExRes 2012 emphasizes the important impact excellent design has on everyday living.

2012 Design Award Winners

Click here to access the press release announcing the winning projects of the 2012 Exception Residential: Bay Area Regional Design Awards.

Honor Awards

Prefab Prototype House
Emeryville, CA
Swatt I Miers Architects

Bal House
Menlo Park, CA
Terry & Terry Architecture

Merritt Crossing
Oakland, CA
Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects

Drs. Julian and Raye Richardson Apartments
San Francisco, CA
David Baker + Partners

Merit Awards

Holley Residence
Berkeley, CA
YamaMar Design

20th Street Residence
San Francisco, CA
Nick Noyes Architecture

House for a Structural Engineer
Los Altos, CA
Bohlin Cywinski Jackson

Santa Cruz Straw Bale House
Santa Cruz, CA
Arkin Tilt Architects

Tiburon Residence
Tiburon, CA
Nick Noyes Architecture

 

Eligibility
Residential projects located in Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Solano, Sonoma Counties.  Projects must have been completed since September 1, 2005.

Applicant need not be a registered architect nor an AIA member, but must be responsible for the design of the project. All significant contributors to the design of the project must be given credit as part of the submission.

2012 Jury

John Carney FAIA

John Carney, FAIA
Carney Logan Burke Architects
Jackson, WY

John Carney, FAIA is committed to expanding the design vocabulary of the mountain west while remaining grounded in tradition and local context. His reinterpretation of vernacular architecture synthesizes modernist and classical principles within a regional aesthetic. The firm’s range of projects includes private residences the Jackson Hole Center for the Arts Theatre and Music Pavilion, and the Laurance S. Rockefeller Preserve in Grand Teton National Park.

 

Mary Griffin FAIAMary Griffin, FAIA
Turnbull Griffin Haesloop Architects
San Francisco, CA

Mary Griffin is owner and principal of the award-winning firm Turnbull Griffin Haesloop Architects in San Francisco. Principal since 1986, she has served as juror for numerous architectural design competitions, including the AIA National Institute Honor Awards for Architecture, the AIA Honor Awards, the AIA LA Design Awards, and the Sunset Western Home Awards. Her firm’s work focuses on site-specific residential and small-scale institutional architecture, and has won over sixty awards, most consistently over the last two decades.

Peter Pfau FAIAPeter Pfau, FAIA
Pfau Long Architecture
San Francisco, CA

Peter W. Pfau, FAIA is a modernist who balances conceptual rigor with a love for building.  Peter established a passion for design and construction through training in the fine arts and working as a woodworker, carpenter and contractor.  Pfau Long Architecture award-winning projects including single family and multi-unit housing, educational facilities, exposition and museum spaces, and places of worship.  Evident in the firm’s work is an underlying commitment to thoughtful design, environmental stewardship, building craft and details, and an appeal to the emotional and experiential encounter of the user.

 

 

 

For more information on these and upcoming programs please contact the Chapter Office at 510/464-3600 or events@aiaeb.org.