AIA Atlanta Reveals Winners of 2022 Design and Honor Awards
ATLANTA — November 18, 2022 — On Thursday, November 17, over 200 AIA Atlanta members and figures of the built environment gathered at the organization’s Build Something Great ceremony, held at the Fox Theatre, to celebrate the winners of the Residential & Hospitality Design and Honor awards.
The Residential & Hospitality Design Awards honored nine winning projects, including hotels and restaurants for the first time. Jurors comprised architects Christopher Derrick, AIA (Derrick Architecture), Mark Johnson AIA (Signal Architecture), and Brendan McHugh, AIA (McHugh Architecture).
The Honor Awards recognized six recipients, including The S/L/A/M Collaborative with the Firm of the Year Silver Medal. Sophia Tarkhan, AIA (Cooper Carry), Jamilla Walcott (YKK AP), and Greg Walker, AIA (Houser Walker Architects) served as Honor Awards jurors.
Late architect Jeffrey Robinson, AIA received the evening’s highest honor, the Ivan Allen Sr. Award, with past recipients Melody Harclerode, FAIA; Oscar Harris, FAIA; and Cheryl McAfee, FAIA as jurors. AIA Atlanta Past President Tracy Carusi, AIA served as chair of both Honor juries.
A special thank you to all jurors and presenting sponsor YKK AP.
Residential & Hospitality Design
Multifamily/Mixed-Use – Over 50 Units
Camden Buckhead (Niles Bolton Associates)
Carpenter’s Shelter and the Bloom at Braddock (Cooper Carry)
Single-Family – Traditional
Keswick Manor House (Harrison Design)
Lake Compound Effect (Jones Pierce Studios)
Single-Family – Contemporary
Farmhouse on the Marsh (Harrison Design)
Hotel – Guest Rooms 101+
The Grand Bohemian Lodge (Cooper Carry)
Restaurant – New Construction
The Garden Room (The Johnson Studio at Cooper Carry)
Rumi’s Kitchen (The Johnson Studio at Cooper Carry)
Restaurant – Renovation/Tenant Buildout
Falling Rabbit Restaurant (Studio SOGO Architecture & Interiors)
Ivan Allen Sr. Award
Jeffrey Leonardo Robinson, AIA
Silver Medal (Firm of the Year)
The S/L/A/M Collaborative
The John A. Busby Jr. Award (Exceptional Young Architect)
Sarah Woynicz, AIA
James G. Fausett Service to the Profession Award
Karen Jenkins, AIA
Kenrick Higa, AIA
Kwanza Hall Award
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