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2009-2010

AIA Michigan Design Awards and Recognitions Dinner

05/07/10
The Westin Book Cadillac Hotel
Venetian Ballroom
Detroit, MI

Reception, Awards and Dinner


University of Michigan Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning associate professors Craig Borum and Karl Daubmann will receive two awards from the AIA Michigan Design Awards and Recognitions for Park House and Shadow Pavilion tonight, May 7, 2010, at the AIA Michigan Design Awards and Recognitions Dinner. The complete list of honors and awards on behalf of AIA Michigan includes:

RECOGNITIONS

Gold Medal
Dennis M. King(B.Arch.'69), FAIA Harley Ellis Devereaux- Taubman College M.Arch. alum

President's Award
Glen S. LeRoy, FAIA, FAICP, Lawrence Technological University

Robert F. Hastings Award
Ralph W. Moxley (B.S./M.Arch.'71), AIA URS Corporation

Honorary Affiliate Members
Josie Barnes Parker, Hon. Aff. AIAMI Ann Arbor District Library
Randall K. Metz, Hon. Aff. AIAMI, FASLA Grissim Metz Andriese Associates

Legislator of the Year
Barb Byrum, Michigan House of Representatives, District 67

College of Fellows
Michael C. Corby (B.S.'82, M.Arch.'84), FAIA, Integrated Architecture - Taubman College M.Arch. alum
C. Richard Hall (M.Arch.'75), FAIA, Harley Ellis Devereaux
Benedetto Tiseo, FAIA, Tiseo Architects Inc.

Young Architects
Cory C. Lavigne, AIA, InFORM Studio
Slobodan Varga (M.Arch.'99), AIA, SmithGroup

Firm of the Year
Ann Arbor, MI and Washington, D.C., Madison WI

DESIGN AWARDS

Herbert H. and Barbara C. Dow, Center for Visual Arts, Interlochen, Michigan Category: Building Architect: Cornerstone Architects Inc. Owner: Interlochen Center for the Arts Contractor: Hallmark Construction Photos: Brian Kelly Photography

DTE Energy Campus Enhancements, Detroit, Michigan Category: Building Architect: Neumann/Smith Architecture Owner: DTE Energy Contractor: Walbridge Landscape: Grissim Metz Andriese Associates Mechanical/Electrical: Peter Basso Associates Structural: Desai/Nasr Consulting Engineers Photos: Maconochie Photography Manufacturing Facility, The Shoals, Alabama Category: Steel Award Architect: Albert Kahn Associates Inc. Owner: National Alabama Corporation Contractor: Yates-Walbridge Photos: Justin Maconochie

Michigan State University Owen Hall Renovation, East Lansing, Michigan Category: Interior Architecture Architect: SmithGroup Owner: Michigan State University Contractor: Triangle Associates Photos: Jim Haefner Photography

Nissan Technical Center and Styling Studio, Farmington Hills, Michigan Category: Building Architect: Albert Kahn Associates Inc. Luce et Studio, Design, Styling Studio Owner: Nissan Motor Manufacturing North America, Inc. Contractor: Turner Construction Company Photos: Justin Maconochie Paul Rivera/Arch Photo Park House, Ann Arbor, Michigan Category: Building Architect: PLY Architecture Owner: Ji Hye Kim Contractor: PLY Architecture Photos: PLY Architecture Shadow Pavilion, Ann Arbor, Michigan Category: Low Budget/Small Project Architect: PLY Architecture Owner: Matthaei Botanical Garden Contractor: PLY Architecture Photos: PLY Architecture St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, Ann Arbor, Michigan Category: Building - Historic Preservation Architect: Quinn Evans Architects Owner: St. Andrew's Episcopal Church Contractor: J. C. Beal Construction Inc Photos: Philip Dattilo (after images) Quinn Evans Architects (before images) Steelcase WorkLab, Grand Rapids, Michigan Category: Sustainable Design Architect: Progressive AE Owner: Steelcase Inc. Contractor: D&D Building, Inc. Photos: Fotoworks/Benny Chan Thal Residence, Birmingham, Michigan Category: Twenty-five Year Architect: Luckenbach/Ziegelman Architects PLLC Owner: Bruce and Ileane Thal Contractor: Snyder and Snyder Construction Company Photos: Dan Bartush Robert L. Ziegelman, FAIA

University of Michigan Museum of Art, Ann Arbor, Michigan Category: Building Architect: Integrated Design Solutions Owner: The University of Michigan Contractor: Skanska USA Building Inc. Photos: Jeremy Bitterman

Western Michigan University of Art, Richmond Center for Visual Arts, Kalamazoo, Michigan Category: Building Architect: SmithGroup Owner: Western Michigan University Contractor: JM Olson Construction Photos: Hedrich Blessing Laszlo Regos Photography

Award Jury Chair: Carol Rusche Bentel, FAIA, New York Roger Clark, FAIA, North Carolina Merrill Elam, AIA, Georgia Don Hisaka, FAIA, California Chris Lanzisera, Associate AIA, Illinois Bruce Lindsey, AIA, Missouri David Resnick, AIA, New York

SPONSORS

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Listen to an interview with three AIA Michigan award winners from Detroit's NPR station, WDET, The Craig Fahle Show, from May 26, 2010.


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