January 24, 2005
Following the AIA Gold Medal, Firm Award and Honor Awards, the American Institute of Architects has handed out a number of other significant prizes, rewarding excellence in education, collaboration, public and private work, the achievement of younger members, and more categories. Here are the winners:
THE 2005 AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS’ YOUNG ARCHITECTS AWARD
This award honors individuals who have shown exceptional leadership and made significant contributions to the profession early in their careers.Young Architects are defined as professionals who have been licensed 10 years or fewer regardless of their age.
F. Michael Ayles, AIA
Jeffrey DeGregorio, AIA
Miguel Rivera, AIA
Rick Harlan Schneider, AIA
Eric Strain, AIA
THE 2005 AIA THOMAS JEFFERSON AWARDS
The Thomas Jefferson Award recognizes excellence in architectural advocacy and achievement in three categories: Private-sector architects who have established a portfolio of accomplishment in the design of architecturally distinguished public facilities, Public-sector architects who manage or produce quality design within their agencies; and Public officials or other individuals who by their role of advocacy have furthered the public's awareness and/or appreciation of design excellence.
Charles H. Atherton, FAIA, Washington, D.C.
Carol Ross Barney, FAIA, Chicago
Diane Georgopulos, AIA, Boston
THE 2005 INSTITUTE HONORS FOR COLLABORATIVE ACHIEVEMENT
This award recognizes and encourages distinguished achievements of allied professionals, clients, organizations, architect teams, knowledge communities, and others who have had a beneficial influence on or advanced the architectural profession.
New South Wales, Australia
Barbara A. Nadel
FAIA, New York City
Schoolyards to Skylines
ACSA/AIA TOPAZ MEDALLION
The award honors an individual who has made outstanding contributions to architecture education for at least 10 years, and whose teaching has influenced a broad range of students and shaped the minds of those who will shape our environment.
Edward Allen, FAIA