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2015 Architecture Awards

April 23, 2016

Winners Announced!

Mayor’s Award for Design Excellence: HONORABLE MENTION

Ankeny 2/3
2441 SE Ankeny Street, Portland, OR
COLAB Architecture + Urban Design

Mark Engberg, AIA LEED AP
Colin Stacey
Jessica Molinar

Owner: Mark & Laurie Engberg;
Jeff Gersh Ankeny Nest LLC
Contractor: Rainier Pacific Development

MAYOR’S AWARD FINALIST

Stadium Fred Meyer
100 NW 20th Place, Portland, OR
Mackenzie

Terry Krause, AIA, NCARB
Alison Hoagland, AIA, LEED AP
Richard Spies, AIA
John Webster, NCARB, LEED AP, BD+C
Marty Gleeson

Owner: Fred Meyer Stores, Inc.
Contractor: R&O Construction, Inc.

MAYOR’S AWARD FINALIST

PNCA – Arlene and Harold Schnitzer Center for Art and Design
511 NW Broadway, Portland, OR
Allied Works Architecture

Brad Cloepfil
Gerding Edlen Development

Rashmi Vasavada
Rachel Schopmeyer
Chris Bixby
John Weil
Luciana Varkulja
Nathan Hamilton
Jared Abraham
Philip Balsiger
Neal Harrod


Owner: Pacific Northwest College of Art
Contractor: Howard S. Wright


JURY AWARD

Pickathon Tree-Line Stage
Pendarvis Farm, Happy Valley, OR
PSU School of Architecture

Travis Bell
Clive Knights
PSU School of Architecture

Owner: Pickathon LLC
Contractor: PSU School of Architecture

SMALL PROJECT AWARD

The Artisans Cup
1219 SW Park Avenue, Portland, OR
Skylab Architecture

Jeff Kovel
Daniel Meyers
Traci Sym
Leticia Barajas

Owner: The Artisans Cup

SMALL PROJECT AWARD

Vomo Island Spa
Vomo Island Resort, Fiji Island
Architecture Building Culture

Brian Cavanaugh, AIA
Mark Ritchie, AIBC
Samuel Orr

Owner: Vomo Island Resort
Contractor: Rob Ludlow, Vomo Island Resort

UNBUILT AWARD – MERIT AWARD

Veterans Memorial Coliseum
300 North Winning Way, Portland, OR
Skylab Architecture

Jeff Kovel
Brent Grubb
Bradley Shanks
Stephen Miller
Bailey Robertson
Dustin Furseth
Dylan Woock
Zach Rosato-Maxwell

Contractor: Hoffman Construction Company

CITATION AWARD

Sanford Lab Homestake Visitor Center
160 West Main Street, Lead, South Dakota
Dangermond Keane Architecture

Steve Dangermond
Andrew Brorson
Chris Keane
David Piper
Jill Asselineau

Owner: Sanford Underground Research Facility
Contractor: Ainsworth Benning Construction

CITATION AWARD

Ankeny 2/3
2441 SE Ankeny Street, Portland, OR
COLAB Architecture + Urban Design

Mark Engberg, AIA LEED AP
Colin Stacey
Jessica Molinar

Owner: Mark & Laurie Engberg;
Jeff Gersh Ankeny Nest LLC
Contractor: Rainier Pacific Development

CITATION AWARD

Stanford University Central Energy Facility
506 Oak Road, Stanford, CA
ZGF Architects

Joe Collins
Toby Hasselgren
Renee Kajimoto

Glen Justice
Solvei Neiger
Curtis Williams
Halliday Meisburger
Kelvin Ono
Jonah Ross
Christopher Chatto
Michael McGale
Brad Lest
Elizabeth Stroshane
Nicholas Robertson
Sienna Hill


Owner: Stanford University
Contractor: The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company


MERIT AWARD

Fire Station 76
30300 SE Dodge Park Blvd, Gresham, OR
Hennebery Eddy Architects

Michelle Vo, AIA
Ian Gelbrich, AIA
Camilla Cok, AIA
Elyse, Iverson

Owner: Multnomah Rural Fire Protection District #10
Contractor: Bremik Construction, Inc.

MERIT AWARD

Treehouse
3440 SW Veteran’s Hospital Road
LEVER Architecture

Thomas Robinson
Doug Sheets
Jonathan Heppner
Calista Fitzgerald*
Jason Tand*
*additional consulting professionals

Owner: 3440 USV, LLC
Contractor: Walsh Construction Company

2030 AWARD – MERIT AWARD

Courtyard Housing
3330 Division Street, Portland, OR
Hacker

Will Dann
Chris Hodney
David Keltner

Owner: Urban Development Partners
Contractor: Yorke + Curtis

HONOR AWARD

PNCA – Arlene and Harold Schnitzer Center for Art and Design
511 NW Broadway, Portland, OR
Allied Works Architecture

Brad Cloepfil
Gerding Edlen Development

Rashmi Vasavada
Rachel Schopmeyer
Chris Bixby
John Weil
Luciana Varkulja
Nathan Hamilton
Jared Abraham
Philip Balsiger
Neal Harrod


Owner: Pacific Northwest College of Art
Contractor: Howard S. Wright


HONOR AWARD

Garden House
2405 SE Clinton Street, Portland, OR
Waechter Architecture

Ben Waechter
Drew Krauss

Owner: Ann Wilson
Contractor: Ann Wilson
Ben Shook, 2BPS Construction

 

 

2015 AIA Portland Architecture Awards Jury:


Sierra Bainbridge
Senior Director at MASS Design Group

Sierra began work with MASS in 2008 focusing on the landscape architecture,and joined full time in 2009 to finalize design and oversee implementation of the Butaro Hospital, MASS’s first project. Currently Sierra directs the ongoing design and implementation of MASS’s planning and architectural projects and is currently overseeing The Kayanja Center, an academic facility supporting rural health care delivery and research in Uganda, a number of African Conservation Schools in DRC, Tanzania, Zambia, and Rwanda, and the Butaro Hospital Expansion Plan, among others. Those completed include Butaro Hospital, the Umubano Primary School, the Butaro Doctors’ Housing, and the Butaro Ambulatory Cancer Center.

Prior to joining MASS, Sierra worked for four years at James Corner Field Operations, primarily in design and oversight of implementation of Section 1 of the New York City High Line. Sierra has taught graduate level studios at various universities and from 2010-2012, Sierra served as Head of the Architecture Department at the Kigali Institute of Science and Technology (KIST) in Rwanda. At KIST, Sierra was instrumental in shaping the current curriculum. She is invited to speak regularly, including the keynote address at the Healthcare Design Conference, serving as a Sasaki Distinguished Visiting Critic at the Boston Architectural College, and lecturing at the Carter ‘Lectures In African Studies’ series, the University of Pennsylvania, Harvard University, University of Toronto, and the American Institute of Architects, among others. Select features of Sierra’s work with MASS Design Group include A+U Magazine, Lotus, Mark Magazine, and Detail. Sierra received her Bachelors of Arts in Art and Architectural History from Smith College and her Masters of Landscape Architecture and Masters of Architecture from the University of Pennsylvania.


Betsy Williamson
Co-Founder of Williamson Chong

Betsy Williamson is a registered architect with the Ontario Association of Architects and a member of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada. Through her years of experience in small award winning design firms, Betsy brings to the office her enthusiastic commitment to architectural practice and high quality design. She has developed expertise in detail clarity and creative solutions balanced by focused project management skills.Betsy received a Bachelor of Arts with Honors in Architecture from Barnard College in 1992 and her professional Masters of Architecture degree from Harvard University in 1997. She interned in Boston before moving to Toronto in 1999 to work at Shim-Sutcliffe Architects where she served as project architect for the Massey College Robertson Davies Library and the Integral House, an urban villa set in the ravine landscape of Toronto.

Prior to founding Williamson Chong, Betsy and her partner Shane Williamson led the award winning practice WILLIAMSONWILLIAMSON INC., which in 2008 was awarded the prestigious Ronald J. Thom Award for Early Design Achievement from the Canada Council for the Arts and was named one of the top 40 under 40 design practices in Canada by the National Post. In 2006, they were honored with the Young Architects Award from the Architectural League of New York.

In recent years Betsy has shown her commitment to engaging the city in a greater capacity. Her continued service on the Art Advisory Board of the Toronto Sculpture Garden allows the opportunity to commission public art from both the local and international arts communities and visually engage the city in a medium other than architecture. As a member of the Waterfront Toronto Design Review Panel, she actively contributes to a culture of quality at an urban scale by signaling that high quality design is a critical consideration for the development of Toronto’s waterfront and the city.


Kevin Daly, FAIA

Kevin Daly, FAIA, is the founder of Kevin Daly Architects. For over twenty years he has pursued an architecture that delves into the paradoxes of the urban condition and the consequences of intervention. Projects by Kevin Daly express his belief in an architecture that is performative on every level: environmentally, structurally, economically, and aesthetically. Bolstered by abundant research, he has demonstrated the benefits of advanced, unconventional building technology in works that are consistently recognized in publications and awards, and range from public schools, custom residences, and university buildings to affordable housing.Kevin received his Master of Architecture degree from Rice University. He holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of California in Berkeley. He is a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects and is a board member of the AIA/LA Chapter.

He is on the design faculty at UCLA and has served on juries or lectured at institutions internationally, including Stanford University, Cornell University, Rice University, SCI arc, the Architectural League of New York, the University of Texas at Austin, and RISD.

 

 

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