2014 Boston Society of Architects Design Awards

February 19, 2015 - Construction Design & Engineering

Shown (from left) are: Jim Collins FAIA, partner at Payette; Eric White, executive director at BSA; 2014 BSA president Emily Grandstaff-Rice AIA, associate at Cambridge Seven Associates; and 2015 BSA president Tim Love AIA, principal at Utile. Photo credi

Shown (from left) are: Martine Dion, director of sustainable design at SMMA; Mark Stafford, account executive architect and engineer program at National Grid; and Jodi Beebe, senior account manager at CLEAResult. Photo credit: Meg Elkinton

Shown is Ted Touloukian AIA, president and founder of Touloukian, Touloukian. Photo credit: June Lee.

16- The 2014 Hobson. Photo Credit: June Lee.

Shown (from left) are: Sarah McGillicuddy, director of marketing & business development at Acentech; Jeff Zapfe, president of Acentech; and Rose Mary Su, senior consultant in acoustics at Acentech. Photo credit: Meg Elkinton

Shown are Lisa Brothers, president/CEO at Nitsch Engineering and Judith Nitsch, founding principal/chairman of the board at Nitsch Engineering. Photo credit: Meg Elkinton

Shown is BSA Design Awards BSA Gala emcee Allison Iantosca of FH Perry Builder. Photo credit: Meg Elkinton

Shown is David Croteau AIA, president at Earl Flansburgh Associates. Photo credit: Meg Elkinton

Shown is Maria Hurtado de Mendoza Wahrol

Shown (from left) are: MassArt students Mark Burke, Greysen Babbitt, Bree Dillon, Samantha Veldhuis, Ashley Bussell, and Christina Tully.
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Shown is Elizabeth Whittaker AIA, principal at Merge Architects.
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Shown is Fernando Villa AIA, principal at Magnusson Architecture and Planning. Photo credit June Lee

Shown are Angela King, ABX marketing director and Mike Comtois, business development manager at Jensen Hughes. Photo credit: Meg Elkinton

Shown is Dave Strumski, staff architect at S/L/A/M. Photo credit: June Lee.

Shown are 2015 BSA president Tim Love AIA, principal at Utile, Inc. Architecture + Planning and Ren

Shown are 2014 BSA president Emily Grandstaff-Rice AIA, associate at Cambridge Seven Associates, Inc. and 2015 BSA president Tim Love AIA, principal at Utile, Inc. Architecture + Planning. Photo credit: Meg Elkinton

The Boston Society of Architects (BSA) named the winners of the 2014 BSA Design Awards.
The categories included healthcare facilities design awards; housing design awards; small firms design awards; unbuilt architecture and design; honor awards for design excellence; Harleston Parker Medal; and the People's Choice Award, selected among the Harleston Parker Medal finalists. Other awards included the Earl R. Flansburgh Young Architects Award, recognizing the achievements of an architect under the age of 40, and the BSA Award of Honor, which is given to individuals whose lifetime contributions to the profession and to the BSA have been uncommonly profound.
Winners are:
Healthcare Facilities Design Awards
Five Honor Awards
* Perkins+Will with Stanley Beaman & Sears for Nemours Children's Hospital, Jacksonville, Fla.
* Perkins+Will for Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital, Charlestown, Mass.
* The S/L/A/M Collaborative for Marlborough Hospital Cancer Center, Marlborough, Mass.
* Shepley Bulfinch for Smilow Cancer Hospital at Yale-New Haven, New Haven, Conn.
* Tsoi/Kobus & Associates with Cooper Robertson & Partners for Duke Cancer Center, Durham, N.C.
Four Awards
* Paul Lukez Architecture for MDCO Medical Simulation Center, Parsippany, N.J.
* Payette for Penn State Hershey Children's Hospital, Hershey, Penn.
* Steffian Bradley Architects for Baystate Children's Specialty Center, Springfield, Mass.
Three Citations
* Ellenzweig in collaboration with Architecture+ for Worcester Recovery Center and Hospital, Worcester, Mass.
* Payette for Boston Children's Hospital Mandell Building, Boston
* Payette for Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center I Center for Surgical Innovation, Lebanon, N.H.

Housing Design Awards
Five Honor Awards
* Peter Rose + Partners for East House, Chilmark, Mass.
* estudio.entresitio for 132 Subsidized Dwellings, Ensanche de Vallecas 20, Madrid
* estudio.entresitio for #house# 1.13, Madrid
* Kennedy & Violich Architecture for Soft House, Hamburg
* Interface Studio Architects with Urbanica Design for E+//226-232 Highland, Roxbury, Mass.
Seven Awards
* COOKFOX Architects for The Hegeman, Brooklyn, N.Y.
* Desai Chia Architecture for LM Guest House, Dutchess County, N.Y.
* Edelman Sultan Knox Wood / Architects for 4380 Bronx Blvd., Bronx, N.Y.
* Handel Architects for Millennium Place, Boston
* Joeb Moore & Partners for Stonington Residence, Stonington, Conn.
* N.E.E.D. Architecture for Sanggye 341-5, Seoul, South Korea
* William Rawn Associates, Architects for 160 Mass. Ave., Boston
Three Citations
* ICON architecture for Appleton Mills, Lowell, Mass.
* Louise Braverman, Architect for Village Health Works Staff Housing, Kigutu, Burundi, Africa
* Magnusson Architecture and Planning for 22 Tarrytown Rd.Workforce Housing, Greenburgh, N.Y.

Small Firms Design Awards
One Honor Award
* Paul Lukez Architecture for Proyecto Clamor de Paz, Guaimaca, Honduras
Four Awards
* Epstein Joslin Architects for Shalin Liu Performance Center, Rockport, Mass.
* Murdough Design for Lakeside Guest House, Squam Lake, Center Harbor, N.H.
* Ruhl Walker Architects for Atrium House, Boston
* studioMLA Architects for Brookline Teen Center, Brookline, Mass.
Five Citations
* Abacus Architects + Planners for Allencrest Community Center, Leominster, Mass.
* Foley Fiore Architecture for Mid-Century Residence, Cambridge, Mass.
* MERGE architects for co/lab: MIT Beaver Works, Cambridge, Mass.
* MERGE architects for Peg Wall, Chelsea, Mass.
* Touloukian Touloukian for 112 Fulton St., Boston

Unbuilt Architecture and Design
Two Honor Awards
* Matt Burgermaster for Adaptation + The Void, Long Branch, N.J.
* NADAAA for Glasnevin Centenary Chapel, Glasnevin, Ireland
Two Awards
* MERGE architects for His / Hers House, Prototype for Quincy, Mass. and Panama City, Panama
* Platform for Architecture + Research for Taichung Cultural Center, Taichung, Taiwan
Five Citations
* Landing Studio and VHB for INFRA-SPACE 1(I-S1), Boston
* MAde Studio for Playful Horizons, Battle Creek, MI
* Pickard Chilton for The Office Building of the Future, Seattle
* Shepley Bulfinch for Enga Provincial Hospital, Nr. Wabag, Enga Province, Papua, New Guinea
* Stoss + SHoP for Trinity Riverfront: A Water-Based Urbanism, Dallas

Honor Awards for Design Excellence
Four Honor Awards
* Ann Beha Architects for Center for Art and Education, Shelburne Museum, Shelburne, VT
* Interface Studio Architects with Urbanica Design for E+//226-232 Highland, Roxbury, Mass.
* Payette for Duke University Environment Hall: Nicholas School of the Environment, Durham, N.C.
* Peter Rose + Partners for Island Residence, Edgartown, Mass.
Four Awards
* Ann Beha Architects with Gensler for Center for Economics, University of Chicago
* MOS Architects for Floating House, Pointe-au-Baril, Ontario, Canada
* Payette for Penn State Hershey Clinical Quadrangle Masterplan, Hershey, Penn.
* William Rawn Associates, Architects with OPN Architects for U.S. Courthouse, Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Five Citations
* Flansburgh Architects with Khatib & Alami for International College Classroom Building, Beirut,
* Machado and Silvetti Associates for Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art, Clinton, N.Y.
* Perry Dean Rogers I Partners Architects for American Bureau of Shipping Information Commons, Mass. Maritime Academy, Buzzards Bay, Mass.
* SsD with Dyne Architecture for Songpa Micro Housing, Seoul, South Korea
* Tise Design Associates for LBJ Apartments, Cambridge, Mass.

Harleston Parker Medal
* MFA Art of the Americas Wing, designed by Foster + Partners with CBT Architects for the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

People's Choice Award
* Boston Public Library, East Boston Branch, designed by William Rawn Associates, Architects, for Boston Public Library.

Earl R. Flansburgh Young Architects Award
* Stephanie Horowitz AIA, managing director at Zero Energy Design (ZED).

BSA Award of Honor
* Fred Koetter FAIA and Susie Kim AIA, founders and principals of Koetter Kim & Associates. én, co-founder of estudio.entresitio. Photo credit: June Lee
ée Loth, editor of ArchitectureBoston. Photo credit: Meg Elkinton

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