2020 AIA Peconic Design Awards are Announced
AIA Peconic announced the winners of the 2020 Daniel J. Rowen Design Awards Program at a public event on January 11 held at the Ross School, Senior Lecture Hall in East Hampton. A Celebrating Architecture reception and People’s Choice Award voting preceded the Awards ceremony which was hosted by Bill Chaleff, AIA. The Awards were presented by Design Awards Chair, Bill Chaleff, AIA and AIA Peconic Past-President, Michele Hugo AIA to a highly receptive auditorium of guests and supporters of the work of local architectural firms and members of AIA Peconic. This year we also celebrated our student recipients of the AIA Peconic / Anthony DiSunno Scholarship program. The entire evening was made possible through the generous sponsorship of TRUSTILE a
Our jurors found reviewing over 40 projects a rewarding challenge. Edward Siegel AIA LEED AP, Kim Yao AIA and Barry Bergdoll, Professor art History and Archeology at Columbia University judged the projects and presented awards that recognized architecture, historic preservation, unbuilt projects and emerging architects and through the lens of their projects answered “How does this project address issues of time and place ?’
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2018 AIA Anti-Trust Statement – It is the practice of AIA Peconic and its members to comply strictly with all laws, including federal and state antitrust laws, that apply to AIA Peconic operations and activities. Compliance with the letter and spirit of the antitrust laws is an important goal of AIA Peconic and is essential to maintaining the organization’s reputation for the highest standards of ethical conduct.