AIA Announces Recipients of 2022 Architecture Awards
The American Institute of Architects (AIA) has selected 11 projects as winners of its 2022 Architecture Awards. The annual architecture awards program celebrates the best contemporary architecture and highlights how spaces can respond to the needs of their residents and their context and include a sense of place, purpose, history and environmental sustainability. Selected projects include commercial, residential, and civic typologies, all designed by architects licensed in the United States.
Founded in 1857, AIA is dedicated to creating healthier, safer and more sustainable buildings and communities, with more than 200 international and local chapters. The institute advocates for public policies that promote economic vitality and public well-being, and provides tools and resources to help companies throughout their careers ensure that solutions are found to pressing global issues.
The selected winners are:
AIA Awards 2022 Gold Medal to Brooks + Scarpa and 2022 Architecture Firm Award to MASS Design Group
United States Embassy London by KieranTimberlake
Richard Olmstead Campus by Deborah Berke partners with Flynn Battaglia and Goody Clancy
The Shed at Hudson Yards by Diller Scofido + Renfro and Rockwell Group
The Owsley Brown II History Center by de Leon & Primmer Architecture Workshop
Menil Drawing Institute by Johnston Marklee
Marine Education Center by Lake|Flato Architects and Unabridged Architecture
Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design by Miller Hull Partnership and Lord Aeck Sargent
Building houses at Thaden School by Eskew + Dumez + Ripple
The Century Project at the Space Needle by Olson Kundig
Billerica Memorial High School by Perkins & Will
Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment by Todd Williams Billie Tsien Architects | The partners
The nine-member jury includes: Susan Blomquist, AIA, President; L. William Zahner; Ana Astiazaran, AIAS; Dominique Hawkins, FAAI; Eddie Jones, FAAI; Gia Mainiero, AIA; Pierre Roberson, AIA; Gail Kubik, Assoc. AIA; and Heather Young, AIA.