2010 AIA New York State Design Awards

 

Adaptive Reuse

50 South
200 Fifth Ave.
Off-Campus Dorms
Sunnyside Gardens Residence
3641 Holdrege Ave Building
CITATION FOR DESIGN
AWARD OF MERIT
AWARD OF MERIT
AWARD OF MERIT
AWARD OF EXCELLENCE
         
50South
Rochester, New York

200 Fifth Avenue
New York, New York
Off-Campus Dorms
Amherst, Massachusetts
Sunnyside Gardens Residence
Sunnyside, New York
3641 Holdrege Avenue Building
Los Angeles, California
         
Plan Architectural Studio, P.C.
Rochester, New York
STUDIOS Architecture
New York, New York

Sacco+McKinney Architects, PC
Latham, New York

Laura Heim Architect PLLC
Sunnyside, New York
Lynch / Eisinger / Design
New York, New York
HPA
Irvine, California
Architect of Record
         
Photo Credit:
Tim Wilkes Photography
Photo Credit:
Nikolas Koenig/Chris Boals Artists
Photo Credit:
James McKinney
Photo Credit:
Laura Heim
Photo Credit:
Amy Barkow/Barkow Photo
         
  • A 100 year-old, three-story brick storage building
  • Converted to mixed-use with commercial space, loft apartments
  • 4th floor penthouse apartment added
  • 100 year old, 14-story building
  • Restoration of exterior envelope, entries and courtyard
  • Modern glass curtainwal
  • Former fraternity houses built between 1912-1923
  • Restored grand entrance
  • Used energy-efficient materials
  • House built in 1924
  • Converted from two-story family to one-family house
  • Used energy-efficient windows and radiant heat mats
  • Three obsolete industrial buildings transformed into state-of-the-art office and showroom space
  • Large vertical wood screens hover outside the glass walls, shading them and portions of the two courtyards

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Commercial-Large Projects

Royal Bank of Canada
SAP Americas Headquarters
The Standard
CITATION FOR DESIGN AWARD OF MERIT AWARD OF MERIT
     
Royal Bank of Canada Centre
Ontario, Canada

SAP Americas Headquarters
Newtown, Pennsylvania
The Standard
New York, New York
     
Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates PC
New York, New York
ArchitectSweeny Sterling Finlayson & Co.
Toronto, Canada
Collaborating ArchitectBregman & Hamann Architects
Toronto, Canada
Architect of Record
FXFOWLE Architects
New York, New York
ArchitectAECOM
New York, New York
Architect of Record/Parking Structure
Ennead Architects
New York, New York
     
Photo Credit:
Shireen Sykes
Photo Credit:
David Sundberg/Esto
Photo Credit:
Jeff Goldberg/Esto
     
  • Rising 41 stories from a 10-story podium, the building features flexible open-plan floorplates of 24,000 square feet
  • Sustainability features include: curtain wall with sun shades, operable windows and floor-to-ceiling insulated glass, water collection and high-efficiency recycling systems
  • North American headquarters for software provider
  • Green roof added which helps insulate envelope
  • Mechanical system includes ice storage system and radiant heating/cooling system
  • 18-story 337 room hotel in Meatpacking District
  • Straddles the abandoned section of elevated railroad
  • Two materials used: board-formed concrete and glass

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Historic Preservation

West Hall
Beacon Theater
Empire State Building Lobby Restoration
Darwin Martin Estate
CITATION FOR DESIGN AWARD OF MERIT AWARD OF MERIT AWARD OF EXCELLENCE
       
West Hall, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Troy, New York
Beacon Theatre
New York, New York
Empire State Building Lobby Restoration
New York, New York
Darwin D. Martin Estate PH. III & IV
Buffalo, New York

John G. Waite Associates, Architects, PLLC
Albany, New York
Beyer Blinder Belle Architects & Planners LLP
New York, New York
Beyer Blinder Belle Architects & Planners LLP
New York, New York
Hamilton Houston Lownie Architects, LLC
Buffalo, New York
       
Photo Credit:
JGWA
Photo Credit:
Whitney Cox Photography
Photo Credit:
Whiney Cox Photography
Photo Credit:
Jamie Robideau
       
  • Constructed between 1869-1873 as Troy Hospital
  • Complete exterior restoration including wood windows and doors and cast iron and brownstone stairs
  • New graduate arts department building
  • Built between 1927-1928, one of the last surviving movie palaces in NYC
  • Restoration of the landmark-registered historic interiors
  • Original light fixtures were refurbished and rewired
  • Building completed in 1931 and is now considered one of the most iconic buildings in NYC
  • Recreated the original 1930‚€™s art deco ceiling mural
  • Original complex of buildings by Frank Lloyd Wright was completed in 1905
  • Phase III- the reconstruction of the Pergola, Conservatory and Carriage House/Stable which had all been demolished
  • Phase IV the exterior restoration of the National Historic Landmark house

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Institutional

Vukovich Center for Communication Arts
92nd St YM/YWHA
Center for Global Conservation
CITATION FOR DESIGN AWARD OF MERIT AWARD OF MERIT
     
Vukovich Center for Communication Arts
Allegheny College
Meadville, Pennsylvania
92nd Street YM/YWHA Kaufman Campground
Pearl River, New York
Center for Global Conservation, The Bronx Zoo
Bronx, New York
     
Ennead Architects
New York, New York
Mitchell Kurtz Architect PC
New York, New York
FXFOWLE
New York, New York
     
Photo Credit:
Jeff Goldberg/ESTO
Photo Credit:
Peter Mauss/Esto
Photo Credit:
David Sundberg/Esto
     
  • 40,000 sq. ft. facility teaching theater, TV and related disciplines
  • Features video production facilities, 250-seat theater and rehearsal space
  • Raised outdoor terrace created indoor-outdoor campus center
  • Three new buildings were added to summer camp: ceramics, painting and nature/environmental education buildings
  • Buildings stand above the ground on raised concrete piers mimicking the surrounding trees.
  • 43,000 sq. ft. headquarters of the international programs of Wildlife Conservation Society
  • Passive strategies such as solar orientation and self-shading were used to minimize energy use


Frank Sinatra School of Arts
Eleanor and Wilson Gratbatch Pavilion
The Diana Center
AWARD OF MERIT AWARD OF EXCELLENCE AWARD OF EXCELLENCE
     
Frank Sinatra School of Arts
Queens, New York
Eleanor and Wilson Greatbatch Pavilion
Buffalo, New York
The Diana Center
New York, New York
Ennead Architects
New York, New York
Toshiko Mori Architect PLLC
New York, New York

Weiss/Manfredi
New York, New York

     
Photo Credit:
Jeff Goldberg/Esto
Photo Credit:
Paul Warchol Photography
Photo Credit:
Albert Vecerka/Esto
     
  • 1,000-student public high school for the visual and performing arts
  • The transparency of the building‚€™s primary fa√ßade reveals the studio and rehearsal spaces within
  • Five-story structure culminates in a rooftop landscape courtyard
  • Visitor center for the Darwin D. Martin House providing orientation space and exhibition galleries
  • The structure of the building appears to float, with an expansive roof resting on the four main piers
  • 98,000-square-foot multi-use building at Barnard College includes a theater, faculty offices, a dining room, and a caf√©
  • 1,154 translucent fritted glass and color integral panels of varying widths create constant shifts in hue and reflectivity as the fa√ßade responds to various lighting and climate conditions

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Interiors

225 Forest
Rouge Tomate
Hudson River Residence
Little Theater Renovation
The Wright
CITATION FOR DESIGN CITATION FOR DESIGN AWARD OF MERIT AWARD OF EXCELLENCE AWARD OF EXCELLENCE
225 Forest
Costa Mesa, California
Rouge Tomate
New York, New York
Hudson River Residence
New York, New York
Little Theater Renovation
Queens, New York
The Wright
New York, New York
         
Michael Neumann Architecture, LLC
New York, New York
Bentel & Bentel Architects/Planners AIA/LLP
Locust Valley, New York

Shelton, Mindel & Associates
New York, New York

Iu+Bibliowicz Architects
New York, New York
Andre Kikoski Architect, PLLC
New York, New York
Photo Credit:
Sharon Risedorph
Photo Credit:
Edward Hueber
Photo Credit:
Michael Moran
Photo Credit:
Mark Samu/Samu Studios
Photo Credit:
Peter Aaron/Esto
         
  • A new lab store featuring multiple brands, for a lifestyle of skateboarding, surfing, music and art conceived as a space designed for and by kids
  • Building is an old light industry warehouse
  • -A restaurant which supports local farms and producers who employ sustainable practices, therefore sustainable materials were used throughout the design
  • Each design element reinforces the idea of creating a spa for food¬ 
  • One-bedroom residence in a sleek modernist tower adjacent to Hudson River
  • Horizontal wood plank clad core appears to float above the city and river
  • 408-seat theater part of the Carnesecca Arena at St. John‚€™s University
  • Ceiling of undulating curves focuses attention to the stage while hiding lighting equipment and improving acoustics
  • 1,600 sq. ft. restaurant in a museum
  • Sculptural forms create a flared ceiling, undulating walls become comfortable seating and the bar and communal table animate the space

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International

Jianfru Palace Museum Visitors Center
Songdo First World Towers
Carrasco International Airport
CITATION FOR DESIGN CITATION FOR DESIGN AWARD OF MERIT
Jianfu Palace Museum and Visitors Centre
The Forbidden City, Beijing
Songdo First World Towers
Incheon, South Korea
Carrasco International Airport
Montevideo, Uruguay
     
TsAO & McKOWN Architects
New York, New York
Design ArchitectPei Partnership Architects
New York, New York
Architect of Record
Toshiko Mori Architect PLLC
New York, New York
Rafael Vinoly Architects PC
New York, New York
     
Photo Credit:
Happy Harun, Director
Photo Credit:
Jae-Seong
Photo Credit:
Daniela Macadden
     
  • Reception facility for visiting dignitaries, and a museum of Chinese architecture
  • Addition of staircase to the main pavilion‚€™s upper levels, afforded some of the best views of the city
  • First residential development in an all-new sustainable community in a free-trade zone
  • Four courtyard communities subdivided into three neighborhoods of approximately 200 households
  • Spacious new passenger terminal for over 1 million passengers a year
  • Design elevates the public zones, both roadside departure hall/terrace and runway-side concourses, and houses everything beneath a gently curved roof

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Residential Large Projects

One Jackson Square
One Madison Park
AWARD OF MERIT AWARD OF EXCELLENCE
One Jackson Square
New York, New York
One Madison Park
New York, New York
   
Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates
New York, New YorkSchuman Lichtenstein Claman Efron
New York, New York
Associate Architect
Cetra/CRI Architecture LLC
New York, New York
   
Photo Credit:
Trent Tesch
Photo Credit:
David Sundberg/Esto
   
  • A 35-unit luxury residential development in Greenwich Village
  • Undulating bands of glass identify individual floors, creating a ribbon-like series of convexities and concavities along the street wal
  • A 50 story, 155,000 sq. ft. residential building with a graceful 620 foot high tower
  • Seven 4-6 story white volumetric pods punctuate the tower shaft to add detail and articulation

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Residential Small Projects

Guggenheim Museum
Yale University
William Gatewood House
House on Mount Merino
CITATION FOR DESIGN AWARD OF MERIT AWARD OF MERIT AWARD OF EXCELLENCE
       
Noyack Creek
Noyack, New York
Pryor
Montauk, New York
Surfside
Bridgehampton, New York
House on Mount Merino
Hudson, New York
       
Bates Masi Architects
Sag Harbor, New York
Bates Masi Architects
Sag Harbor, New York
Stelle Architects
Bridgehampton, New York
Joel Sanders Architect
New York, New York
       
Photo Credit:
Bates Masi Architects
Photo Credit:
Bates Masi Architects
Photo Credit:
Jeff Heatley
Photo Credit:
Peter Aaron/Esto
       
  • Small house located on a tidal estuary
  • Exterior skin is sheets of a natural resin compound pre-cut with a water jet and assembled relatively quickly at the site
  • The house occupies a hill with a distant view of ocean
  • The design prompts the owners to interact with the surrounding environment, evoking experiences of camping
  • Oceanfront compound that includes a guest house, garage, a chlorine free pool and a two story house clad in wood and cement panel rain screen with anodized aluminum windows
  • Perched on the side of Mt. Merino, 2,000 sq. ft. house is designed to take advantage of views of the Hudson River and Catskill Mountains
  • Glass entry hall leads guests into the main volume of the house

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Unbuilt

Claire Tow Theater
30 Tagore Lane
Garden Residence
CITATION FOR DESIGN AWARD OF MERIT AWARD OF MERIT
Claire Tow Theater
New York, NY
30 Tagore Lane
Singapore
Garden Residence
Rye Brook, New York
     
H3 Hardy Collaboration Architecture
New York, New YorkPei Partnership Architects
New York, New York
Architect of Record
Eric L'Heureux, AIA
Singapore
Andrea Steele Architect
Rye Brook, New York
     
Photo Credit:
H3 Hardy Collaboration Architecture
Photo Credit:
Erik G. L'Heureux
Photo Credit:
Andrea Steele Architect
     
  • Project proposed is a two story 23,000-square-foot addition to the Saarinen building of The Lincoln Center New building would include a 131-seat theater, a rehearsal room, administrative space, and outdoor terrace
  • Proposed project is a factory office building situated in the harsh tropics
  • Conceived as a 4 double-story block, a volumetric subtraction is made from its center to create an open courtyard which maximize natural lighting and ventilation
  • Proposed project is addition to a private residence connecting closer to nature
  • Provide larger gathering spaces and have direct connections to the landscape while respecting the modest scale and simple style of the existing structure¬ 

Sabah Al-Salem University College of Education
Flagship Retail Bldg
Saba Al-Salem University College of Arts
AWARD OF MERIT AWARD OF EXCELLENCE AWARD OF EXCELLENCE
     
Sabah Al-Salem University, College of Education
Kuwait City, Kuwait
Flagship Retail Building
Tokyo, Japan

Sabah Al-Salem University College of Arts
Kuwait City, Kuwait
     
Perkins+Will
New York, New YorkDar Al Handasah
Beirut, Lebanon
A Joint Venture
Stephan Jaklitsch Architects PC
New York, New York
Perkins+Will
New York, New York
     
Photo Credit:
Perkins+Will
Photo Credit:
Jason Lazarz
Photo Credit:
Perkins+Will
     
  • Project proposed is a student-centered learning environment and a sustainable design with daylight to all classrooms and offices
  • Two five-story rectangular buildings containing modular learning spaces that are juxtaposed against a free-form, undulating boardwalk
  • Proposed project is a three-story 2,800 sq. ft. building including two main sales floors and a small sales area and storage
  • A minimalist open ground floor, a dark middle floor, a custom perforated paneled beacon 
  • Project proposed is a modern, energy-efficient campus of administrative and faculty offices, classrooms, lecture halls, auditoria, dining hall, and indoor/outdoor gathering spaces in a single self-contained, self-shaded structure

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Urban Planning

Flood Mitigation
MoMA Rising Currents
CITATION FOR DESIGN AWARD OF EXCELLENCE
Flood Mitigation for Lower Manhattan
New York, New York
The Museum of Modern Art: Rising Currents
New York Bay, New York
   
Grimshaw Architects P.C.
New York, New York
Matthew Baird Architects
New York, New YorkMutuus Studio
Brooklyn, New York
Photo Credit:
Grimshaw Architects
Photo Credit:
Matthew Baird
   
  • Commissioned to produce studies through to construction of flood mitigation measures to prevent excess storm water from entering the subway system
  • A prefabricated perimeter structural frame and upstand was installed as a single unit in the sidewalk
  • The site includes the piers and tank farm of Bayonne, NJ and residential Staten Island encompasses some of the lowest living areas in New York Harbor
  • Propose to construct a massive park of clean dredge material to cap and contain contaminated soil

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Best in New York State Award

The Diana Center
The Diana Center
New York, New York

 
Weiss/Manfredi
New York, New York
 
Photo Credit:
Albert Vecerka/Esto
 
  • This project addresses the scale of Manhattan by working with Broadway
    -It carefully creates an urban courtyard inside the Barnard Campus
  • It articulates wonderful spaces within, and it keeps on giving all the way down to the way individual students engage with each other
  • The project saturated with achievement at all scales

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