Arch11 received five out of eight awards given by the American Institute of Architects Colorado North Chapter recognizing 2012 Achievements in Architecture. The awards, for projects ranging from entire designs of residences to a commercial interior to a single residential sink, were given as follows:
• Honor Award for Residential: Large – Project: 2290
• Honor Award for Residential: Large – Project: Dihedral House
• Citation Award for Interiors – Project: Ignite!
• Citation Award for Residential: Large – Project: Lake House
• Citation Award for Single Architectural Detail – Project: Syncline House Sink
The awards were presented at the 2012 Design Awards Gala, September 7 at the Dairy Center for the Arts in Boulder. Honor awards represent the highest achievement followed by merit and then citation awards. A total of eight architectural design awards were selected from among 30 entries submitted by members of AIA Colorado North. The jury was chaired by Stephen Dynia, AIA, of Stephen Dynia Architects (Jackson Hole, Wyo.).
With nearly 300 state and local chapters, the American Institute of Architects (AIA) has been the leading professional membership association for licensed architects, emerging professionals and allied partners since 1857. The AIA Colorado North Chapter is one of four chapters within the AIA Colorado Component and represents members from nine counties in northeastern Colorado, including Boulder, Larimer, Weld, Morgan, Logan, Washington, Yuma, Phillips and Sedgwick.
Other recent awards bestowed to Arch11 include 2009 Firm of the Year Award from the Colorado AIA and four 2011 Builder’s Magazine Watermark Awards, including Project of the Year. Arch 11’s Ken Andrews also was named 2011 Young Architect of the Year by both the AIA Colorado Chapter and AIA Western Mountain Region.