Olson Kundig Architects
2012 AIA Seattle Honor Award
Photo Credit: Dwight Eschliman, Benjamin Benschneider
The annual Honor Awards for Washington Architecture is AIA Seattle's touchstone awards program, recognizing projects that represent the highest level of design achievement. Learn more about this year's program and why your firm should submit its projects.
A new residential architecture program for our times, Future Shack celebrates progressive solutions for urban living across a wide range of building types, budgets, constraints, and social agendas.
WHAT MAKES IT GREEN? AWARDS
What Makes It GREEN?, usually awarded in April, recognizes significant projects in sustainable design by architects and designers in Washinton, Oregon, Idaho, Alaska, Montana, Guam, Hawaii, Hong Kong and Japan.
AIA Seattle's gallery at 1911 First Ave in Seattle is open from 10-5 Tuesday-Friday, and hosts a wide range of exhibitions about design and planning.
The Open House program solicits applications of architect-designed homes for regular feature publication in Seattle Magazine's Northwest Home, with an open house held on a Sunday afternoon during the month of publication.
PROJECT OF THE MONTH
The Project of the Month program is a juried review of architect-designed projects including commercial, industrial, and multi-family residential buildings for monthly publication in the Daily Journal of Commerce.
AWARDS AND SCHOLARSHIPS FOR INDIVIDUALS
AIA Seattle recognizes individual achievement of our members and partners through a range of individual honors and awards, and supports the future of the profession through University-level scholarships.
AIA Seattle Honors acknowledge excellence, inspire by example, and strengthen ties between architects and the many other professions that partner with them to make a difference through design.
Good design makes a difference