AIANY Honors 2012 Design Award Winners: Architecture

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Thursday, March 8, 2012
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Structure for Long Dock Park, Architecture Research Office.

Structure for Long Dock Park, Architecture Research Office. (James Ewing)

[Editor's Note: This the first in a four-part series documenting the winners of the AIANY's 2012 Design Awards, which are broken down into four categories: architecture, interiors, unbuilt work, and urban design. This list covers the architecture awards, but additional segments spotlight winners in interiors, unbuilt work, and urban design.]

On March 5, the AIA New York released its list of 2012 Design Award winners, honoring the best design by New York-based architects and built work in New York City. The awards in the architecture category cover a wide spectrum of scales and locations from a portico gallery at New York’s Frick Collection to a pedestrian bridge in France to a hospital in Boston. A jury consisting of Thomas H. Beeby, Anne Fougeron, and Carme Pinós selected the winners, awarding the Clyfford Still Museum in Denver by Allied Works and the National September 11 Memorial in Lower Manhattan by Handel Architects and Davis Brody Bond with Peter Walker Partners top prize, the Architecture Honor Award. An official awards luncheon will take place on April 18 at Cipriani Wall Street to honor all the winners.

Architecture Honor Award Winners:

Clyfford Still Museum, Allied Works Architecture.

Clyfford Still Museum, Allied Works Architecture.

Clyfford Still Museum, Allied Works Architecture
Denver, CO

National September 11 Memorial, Handel Architects and Davis Brody Bond with Peter Walker Partners.

National September 11 Memorial, Handel Architects and Davis Brody Bond with Peter Walker Partners.

National September 11 Memorial, Handel Architects and Davis Brody Bond with Peter Walker Partners
New York, NY

Architecture Merit Award Winners:

Mizuta Museum of Art, Studio SUMO and Obayashi Design Department.

Mizuta Museum of Art, Studio SUMO and Obayashi Design Department.

Mizuta Museum of Art, Studio SUMO and Obayashi Design Department
Sakado, Japan

The Frick Collection Portico Gallery, Davis Brody Bond.

The Frick Collection Portico Gallery, Davis Brody Bond.

The Frick Collection Portico Gallery, Davis Brody Bond
New York, NY

Frank Sinatra School of the Arts, Ennead Architects.

Frank Sinatra School of the Arts, Ennead Architects.

Frank Sinatra School of the Arts, Ennead Architects
Queens, NY

Pedestrian Bridge, Bernard Tschumi Architects and Hugh Dutton Associates.

Pedestrian Bridge, Bernard Tschumi Architects and Hugh Dutton Associates.

Pedestrian Bridge, Bernard Tschumi Architects and Hugh Dutton Associates
La Roche-sur-Yon, France

Structure for Long Dock Park, Architecture Research Office.

Structure for Long Dock Park, Architecture Research Office.

Structure for Long Dock Park, Architecture Research Office
Beacon, NY

219 West / Subcat Studios, Fiedler Marciano Architecture.

219 West / Subcat Studios, Fiedler Marciano Architecture.

219 West / Subcat Studios, Fiedler Marciano Architecture
Syracuse, NY

MoMA PS1 Entrance Building, Andrew Berman Architect.

MoMA PS1 Entrance Building, Andrew Berman Architect.

MoMA PS1 Entrance Building, Andrew Berman Architect
Queens, NY

TWA Flight Center, JFK International Airport, The Port Authority of NY & NJ and Beyer Blinder Belle.

TWA Flight Center, JFK International Airport, The Port Authority of NY & NJ and Beyer Blinder Belle.

TWA Flight Center, JFK International Airport, The Port Authority of NY & NJ and Beyer Blinder Belle
Queens, NY

A Simple Factory Building, Pencil Office and ARYA Architects.

A Simple Factory Building, Pencil Office and ARYA Architects.

A Simple Factory Building, Pencil Office and ARYA Architects
Singapore

Massachusetts General Hospital, Lunder Building, NBBJ.

Massachusetts General Hospital, Lunder Building, NBBJ.

Massachusetts General Hospital, Lunder Building, NBBJ
Boston, MA

High Line 23, Neil M. Denari Architects.

High Line 23, Neil M. Denari Architects.

High Line 23, Neil M. Denari Architects
New York, NY

Marine Company 1, Firehouse, CR Studio.

Marine Company 1, Firehouse, CR Studio.

Marine Company 1, Firehouse, CR Studio
New York, NY

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