WASHINGTON – June 2, 2022 – The American Institute of Architects (AIA) is recognizing exceptional designs with its 2022 Small Project Awards. Complete details for each of the awarded projects can be reviewed on AIA’s website.
Now in its 19th year, the AIA Small Project Awards program—established by the Small Project Design (SPD) Knowledge Community—recognizes small-project practitioners for the high quality of their work. The program also aims to raise awareness about the value and design excellence that architects can bring to projects, no matter their size or scope. Award recipients are categorized in three groups:
- Category 1 – Small project construction, an architectural object, work of environmental art or an architectural design element that costs up to $250,000 in construction.
- Category 2 – Small project construction that could cost up to $2,500,000 in construction.
- Category 3 – Small project construction, an architectural object, work of environmental art or an architectural design that is under 5,000 square feet.
The following are recipients of this year’s Small Project Awards:
Enough House, Shobac, Canada | MacKay-Lyons Sweetapple Architects
Jesse’s House, Austin, Texas | Jobe Corral Architects
Leimert Park Community Fridge, Los Angeles | Ehrlich Yanai Rhee Chaney Architects
Temporary Tiger, Austin, Texas | Murray Legge Architecture
The Seattle Street Sink, Seattle | Elizabeth Golden and Richard Mohler, University of Washington
Goatbarn Lane, Boulder, Colorado | Renée del Gaudio Architecture
Hill Country Wine Cave, Texas Hill Country | Clayton Korte
Little Tiger, Austin, Texas | Murray Legge Architecture
Palms House II, Venice, California | Kevin Daly Architects
SLC Fire Department Training Center, Salt Lake City | Blalock & Partners
A Wall Made of Bricks, Brooklyn, New York | Dameron Architecture
Marfa Suite, Marfa, Texas | DUST Architects
Spatial Laminated Timber (SPLAM) Pavilion, Chicago | Skidmore, Owings & Merrill
Founded in 1857, AIA consistently works to create more valuable, healthy, secure, and sustainable buildings, neighborhoods, and communities. Through more than 200 international, state and local chapters, AIA advocates for public policies that promote economic vitality and public wellbeing.
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