Saturday, April 22 was a special day for AIA Peconic, as we celebrated the
2023 Design Awards recipients, as well as the inaugural Community Award recipient
Assemblyman Fred Thiele.
Thank you to the Board, our MCs and Celebration Committee Members, and all who made the 2023 Design Awards such a wonderful showcase of design and architecture. I would like to especially thank all who submitted projects for consideration and to the Jurors for their expertise and energy.
This month’s newsletter contains the list of Awards recipients, which will also be highlighted on AIA Peconic’s Instagram and other social media platforms. (Please follow along and join us in congratulating the people behind the projects.)
Scroll down this and more, including an invitation to our Study Strategy Session and Top Golf networking event (co-hosted with AIA Long Island and friends!).
Maria Fumai Dietrich
P.S. Thank you also to Tom of New York Building Technology Group and everyone who attended our NYStretch Code program yesterday! What an important topic and an engaged (sold-out!) crowd.
Congratulations, Design Awards Recipients!
ARCHITECTURE HONOR AWARD
Wainscott — Paul Masi AIA, Bates Masi + Architects LLC
ARCHITECTURE MERIT AWARDS
- Jule Pond II — BMA Architects
- Signal Hill — Paul Masi AIA, Bates Masi + Architects LLC
- Mid Century Renovation — Robert Dean, Robert Dean Architects
- Butter Lane — Viola Rouhani AIA, Stelle Lomont Rouhani Architects
ARCHITECTURE JUROR AWARDS
- Light House — Viola Rouhani AIA, Stelle Lomont Rouhani Architects
- Bridgehampton Beach House — Steven Harris, Steven Harris Architects LLP
- Bridgehampton House — Stuart Basseches AIA
EMERGING ARCHITECTS MERIT AWARD
Hybrid Urban House — Ramona Albert AIA
PROJECTS UNBUILT JUROR AWARDS
- Shore House — Nilay Oza AIA, Oza Sabbeth Architects
- Shelter in Place — Nilay Oza AIA, Oza Sabbeth Architects
SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE HONOR AWARD
Sheridan Green Residence — Christopher Jeffrey, Christopher Jeffrey ARCHITECTS PLLC
HOSTED by AIA Peconic Emerging Professionals
Tuesday, May 9 | 6-7:30pm
Members and Nonmembers alike are invited to join AIA Peconic Emerging Professionals and fellow architectural designers seeking licensure for this fun and informal strategy session. Share resources, swap stories, and develop a strategy for studying and completing exams and other requirements for licensure. Coffee and study snacks will be provided.
Saturday, May 18 | 8pm
Top Golf, Holtsville, NY
Tickets and sponsorship opportunities are available for this fun networking event co-hosted by AGC and AIA chapters and intended for emerging professionals and those interested in connecting further while enjoying one of the best driving ranges around.
Conference on Architecture
June 7-10 | San Fransisco, CA
Registration is now open for the architecture and design event of the year. We often talk about the future. This conference is where the AEC industry gathers to define it, design it, and connect across industries to build it. Join us in San Francisco—one of the West Coast’s premier destinations—to explore what it means to design a better world now, together.