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2011 Design Awards
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2 0 1 1 AIA Triangle Design Awards and Residential Architecture Tour

A I A Triangle announces the 2011 Design Awards Program and Residential Architecture Tour, recognizing excellence in architectural design.

Click here to see the entries and the award winners

Click here for the Press Release Including all winners and award designations

Click here to see the Flickr photostream from the 2011 Design Awards event

The AIA Triangle Awards Program includes five award categories:

AIA Triangle Design Award
recognizes area architects for overall design excellence.
Gail Lindsey Award
recognizes a built project that promotes a sustainable environment.
AIA Triangle Tour of Residential Architecture
recognizes area architects for residences selected for public exhibition.
AIA Triangle Student Scholarship Award
recognizes an NC State Architecture student for design excellence.
AIA Triangle Isosceles Award
recognizes a non-architect individual or organization who has collaborated with AIA Triangle member(s) to construct and/or preserve a better built environment.
The AIA Triangle Design Awards Committee is fortunate to welcome Anne Fougeron, FAIA, Founder and Principal, Fougeron Architecture in San Francisco, California as this year’s Jury Chair, along with the following distinguished Jury from the San Francisco area:
Craig Hartman, FAIA - Skidmore Ownings & Merrill LLP
Laura Hartman, AIA, LEED AP- Fernau and Hartman
Owen Kennerly - Kennerly Architecture

2011 AIA Triangle Residential Tour


All Awards and Residential Tour participants were announced and presented at the 2011 AIA Triangle Design Awards Reception held on Thursday, April 21, 2011 at the newly opened North Carolina Museum of Art - West Building.



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