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Eight Projects Recognized by American Institute of Architects Jury

The Fort Worth Chapter of the American Institute of Architects announced results of their annual Excellence in Architecture Design Awards Jury on Tuesday evening, Oct. 24 at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth.

The jury reviewed 42 projects, singling out 8 projects for recognition. Two projects were awarded Honor Awards (the highest level award), four received Merit Awards and two projects were given Studio Awards for unbuilt work. These projects will be honored during the AIA Fort Worth Awards Gala to be held at the Kimbell Art Museum in February, 2018.

The AIA Fort Worth Excellence in Design Awards Program recognizes outstanding work by members of the Fort Worth Chapter. Annually, a jury of prominent regional and national architects is assembled to select projects for recognition.

The jury was led by Sheila Kennedy, FAIA, a founding member of KVA Matx, and Professor of the Practice of Architecture at MIT.

Sheila was joined on the jury by David Richter, FAIA of Richter Architects in Corpus Christi, and Jesse Hager, AIA of Content Architecture in Houston.

2017 AIA Fort Worth Excellence in Design Awards

Honor Award:

Northside Branch Boys & Girls Club

Architect: Ibanez Shaw Architecture

Fort Worth Camera

Architect: Ibanez Shaw Architecture

Merit Award:

Ennis Public Theatre

Architect: Ibanez Shaw Architecture

Urban Union

Architect: Benner Bennett Pettit

Tarrant County Courthouse

Architect: Arthur Weinman Architects

Cattle Barn

Architect: Hahnfeld Hoffer Stanford

Studio Award:

Prototype Infill House

Architect: Dennehy Architects


Architect: Ibanez Shaw Architecture

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