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Architect group honors 15 projects

By Star-Advertiser staff

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AIA Honolulu, the local chapter of the American Institute of Architects, announced its annual design awards, with 15 projects cited out of 55 entrants representing residential, commercial and institutional projects.

To view photos and information about the projects, visit www.aiahonolulu.org.

Here's a list of the winning projects, with architects and their firms:

» Award of Excellence: Hanahauoli School Poe Classroom and Administration Building, Lorrin Matsunaga, Urban Works; Hawaii Preparatory Academy Energy Laboratory, David Croteau, Flansburgh Architects; Juliet Wichman Botanical Research Center, Dean Sakamoto, Dean Sakamoto Architects

» Award of Merit: Assembly House, James Zak, Zak Architecture; Finish Line House, Jeffrey T. Long, Long & Associates Architects and Interiors; Hawaiian Hall at Bishop Museum, Glenn Mason, Mason Architects; International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local Union, William A. Brizee, Architects Hawaii; Koa Kea Hotel & Resort, Max Guenther, Peter Vincent Architects; Manoa Makeover, Robin Lee, Robin Lee, AIA; McCully Moiliili Fire Station, Lorrin Matsunaga, Urban Works; Trump International Hotel & Tower, Masato Tochika, Benjamin Woo Architects

» Unbuilt Award (recognizing projects currently unfinished or purely theoretical work): Ka Haka 'Ula o Ke'elikolani College of Hawaiian Language Building, Robert Iopa, WCIT Architecture

» Mayor's Choice Award: Kuhio Park Terrace & Kuhio Park Housing (unbuilt), Francis Oda, Group 70 International

» Jack C. Lipman AIA Members' Choice Award: Hawaii Preparatory Academy Energy Laboratory, David Croteau, Flansburgh Architects

» Fourth Annual People's Choice Award: Hawaii Carpenters Union Training Center, Maurice Yamasato, Yamasato, Fujiwara, Higa & Associates

» Hawaii Home & Remodeling Editor's Choice Award: Residence at Paiko Ridge, Sandi Quildon, PQ Architects






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