Winners of 2017 AIA Atlanta Residential Design Awards and Honor Awards

ATLANTA, Nov. 17, 2017 — During last evening’s Build Something Great award ceremony, held at Summerour Studio, AIA Atlanta announced the winners of the 2017 Residential Design Awards (RDA) and Honor Awards.

In its fourth year, RDA celebrated excellence in built projects designed by AIA Atlanta members and architects registered in Georgia. Project submissions spanned five categories, and were deliberated upon by a jury comprising prominent architects Maria Casarella, AIA; Carlos Jiménez; Mariennanne Khoury-Vogt; Eric Osth, AIA; and Erik Vogt.

The Honor Awards recognized individuals who have demonstrated exemplary commitment and service to AIA Atlanta, the community and the profession of architecture.

Residential Design Awards


Honor Award:
Broadstone Midtown
Lord Aeck Sargent

Single Family: Nontraditional

Honor Award:
Inchyra House
Robert M. Cain, Architect

Merit Award:
Brenner House
Philip Babb Architect

Single Family: Traditional

Honor Award:
A Traditional Country Home
Historical Concepts

Renovations/Adaptive Reuse: Less than 5,000 Square Feet

Honor Award:
Mid-century Remix
Robert M. Cain, Architect

Renovations/Adaptive Reuse: Greater than 5,000 Square Feet

Honor Award:
Page Woodson School
Smith Dalia Architects

Merit Award:
Lizzie Chapel Flats
Chasm Architecture

Explore the winning projects here

Honor Awards

Ivan Allen Sr. Trophy – Overall Career Excellence
Jay Silverman, AIA

Silver Medal – Overall Firm Excellence
Robert M. Cain, Architect

Dorothy Spence Citizen Architect Award
Kevin Cantley, AIA

John A. Busby Jr. Award – Exceptional Young Architect
Nicole Seekely, AIA

James G. Fausett Service to the Profession Award
Eric Anderson, AIA

Kwanza Hall Award
Will Johnston

Learn about the winners