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AIA 2010 -- 2012 : designs for the new decade

Author: American Institute of Architects.
Publisher: Hong Kong : Design Media, 2012.
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"In this book, the American Institute of Architects recognizes three years worth of award recipients across four categories: architecture, interior architecture, regional and urban design, and its esteemed Twenty-five Year Award. On one hand, these projects from 2010, 2011, and 2012 constitute a snapshot of architectural production - a moment in time and a record of 'excellence' in that moment. On the other hand, it  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: American Institute of Architects.
ISBN: 9789881566133 9881566134
OCLC Number: 804891019
Description: 441 p. : col. ill. ; 32 cm.
Contents: A history of the AIA Honor Awards Program --
Institute Honors Awards juries --
2010 : Architecture : Alice Tully Hall ; Austin E. Knowlton School of Architecture ; Beauvoir ; Brochstein Pavilion and Central Quad, Rice University ; Camino Nuevo High School ; Campus restaurant and event space ; Macallen Building ; Outpost ; Serta International Center ; Skiranich Hall ; Step Up on 5th ; TKTS booth and the redevelopment of Father Duffy Square ; Urban Outfitters corporate campus ; Yale University Art Gallery, Kahn Building renovation --
Interior architecture : Chanel Robertson Boulevard ; Craftsteak ; Data ; Exeter Schools multipurpose space ; Historic Central Park West residence ; The Cathedral of Christ the Light ; Vera Wang Boutique --
Regional & urban design : A civic vision for the Central Delaware River ; Connections: MacArthur Park district master plan ; Greenwich South strategic framework ; Monumental core framework plan ; Savanna East Riverfront extension ; The U.S. House Office Buildings facilities plan and preliminary South Capitol area plan --
Twenty-five Year Award : King Abdul Aziz International Airport, Hajj Terminal --
2011 : Architecture : AT&T Performing Arts Center Dee and Charles Wyly Theater ; Ford Assembly Building ; Horizontal Skyscraper Vanke Center ; New Acropolis Museum ; North Carolina Museum of Art ; One Jackson Square ; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Rooftop Garden ; The Barnard College Diana Center ; University of Michigan Museum of Art ; U.S. Land Port of Entry --
Interior architecture ; Alchemist ; Armstrong Oil and Gas ; Conga Room ; FIDM San Diego campus ; Moving picture company ; Registrar recorder county clerk elections operation center ; The Academy of Music ; The power house, restoration/renovation ; Vancouver Convention Center West ; Washington Square Park Dental ; John E. Jaqua Center for Student Athletes --
Regional & urban design : Beijing CBD East expansion ; Chicago Central Area DeCarbonization Plan ; "Community/city: between building and landscape affordable sustainable infill for Smoketown, Kentucky" ; Gowanus Canal Sponge Park ; "Low impact development: a design manual for urban areas" ; Townscaping an automobile-oriented fabric --
Twenty-five Year Award : John Hancock Tower --
2012 : Architecture : 8 House ; 41 Cooper Square ; The Gates and Hillman Centers for Computer Science ; Ghost Architectural Laboratory ; LumenHAUS ; Pittman Dowell residence ; Poetry Foundation ; Ruth Lilly Visitors Pavilion ; The Standard, New York --
Interior architecture : ARTifacts ; Children's Institute, Inc. Otis Booth Campus ; David Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center ; HyundaiCard Air Lounge ; The integral house ; Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology & the Ancient World ; Memory Temple ; Prairie Management Group ; Record House revisited ; The Wright at the Guggenheim Museum --
Regional & urban design ; Fayetteville 2030: transit city scenario ; Grangegorman urban quarter master plan ; Jordan Dead Sea development zone master plan ; Mater plan for Central Delaware ; Miami Beach City Center redevelopment project ; Portland Mall revitalization ; Reinventing the Crescent: riverfront development plan ; SandRidge Energy Commons --
Twenty-five Year Award : Gehry residence.
Responsibility: The American Institute of Architects.

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"In this book, the American Institute of Architects recognizes three years worth of award recipients across four categories: architecture, interior architecture, regional and urban design, and its esteemed Twenty-five Year Award. On one hand, these projects from 2010, 2011, and 2012 constitute a snapshot of architectural production - a moment in time and a record of 'excellence' in that moment. On the other hand, it is a snapshot that speaks more broadly about evolving design trends - what has come before, in the first decade of the 21st century, and what we might expect more of in the following decade." --p. 4 of cover.

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