The Austin chapter of the American Institute of Architects gave its annual awards May 10 at the new Austin Central Library.
Jurors were Billie Faircloth, AIA, Claudia Harari, Andrew Klare, and Roberto de Leon, FAIA.
“This year’s jurors were incredibly thoughtful and rigorous,” says AIA Austin Executive Director Ingrid Spencer. “They were interested in projects that elevated a building type or sent a message that design could solve problems, be functional, and still be beautiful.
Images of the award-winning projects will be on exhibit through June 30 at the Central Library. Exhibit visitors will be able to vote for the People’s Choice Award.
The library itself received a Sustainability Commendation award for its architects, Lake | Flato.
Eberly, Clayton & Little
Lamar Union, BOKA Powell and Michael Hsu Office of Architecture
Flyritem North Dick Clark + Associates with Marlon Blackwell Architects
Griffin School, Murray Legge Architecture
John Gaines Park Swim Center, Stanley Studio
St. Edward’s University Holy Cross Hall, Baldridge Architects
Constant Springs Residence, alterstudio architecture, LLP
South 5th Residence, alterstudio architecture, LLP
Rio Grande Residence, Charles Di Piazza and Chris Cobb
Texas French Bread Dining Terrace, Charles Di Piazza and Chris Cobb
W Dock, Miró Rivera Architects
Three-Courts House, A Parallel Architecture
Austin Central Library, Lake|Flato & Shepley Bulfinch, Sustainability Commendation
Bluebonnet Studios, Forge Craft Architecture + Design, Sustainability Commendation
Awards of Merit: Community First! Village Micro House, McKinney York Architects; Deep Curiosity, Derrington Building Studio, Wilson Hack, and Drophouse Design; Inwood Place, Tim Cuppett Architects; Hill Country House, Miró Rivera Architects, Sustainability Commendation