The American Institute of Architects (AIA) have selected the 20 recipients of the 2009 Small Project Awards. The program recognizes small-project practitioners and their work, raising public awareness of the value and design excellence that architects bring to projects, no matter the size and scope.
Small project objects category winners:
- Atlas Performing Arts Center - Shadow Signage, Washington, DC, by CORE architecture + design
- Blatz Bottle Apertures, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, by Johnsen Schmaling Architects
- Counterbalanced Steel Stair, Bozeman, Montana by Intrinsik Architecture
- Dominey Pavilion, Decatur, Georgia by Lightroom Studio, LLC
- Mobile Chaplet, Fargo, North Dakota by Moorhead & Moorhead
- Cup City, Austin, Texas by Legge Lewis Legge
- The Founders’ Circle Wall at CAMP Rehoboth Community Center, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware by RMJM MERJE
Small project structures category winners:
- Chapin Studio, Austin, Texas by Clayton Levy & Little Architects
- Dar Luz, GLOW 2008, Eindhoven, Netherlands by Laboratory for Environments, Architecture & Design Inc.
- Ferrous House, Spring Prairie, Wisconsin by Johnsen Schmaling Architects
- Hanna Fenichel Center for Child Development, Solana Beach, California by Stephen Dalton Architects
- Media Arts, Cleveland, Ohio by Robert Maschke Architects
- Accessory Building, North Vancouver, British Columbia by mcfarlane green biggar Architecture + Design Inc.
- Emel Residence, Palo Alton, California by EASA Architecture
- Public Bus Shelters, New Haven, Connecticut by david thompson Architects
- Swamp Hut, Newton, Massachusetts by Moskow Linn Architects
- Trail Restroom, Austin, Texas by Miró Rivera Architects
The awards jury included jury moderator Louis Smith, AIA, Microtecture; Kenneth Workman, AIA, RWA Architects; Sanford Steinberg, AIA, Steinberg Design Collaborative; Eric McRoberts, AIA, RLPS; Katherine Austin, AIA; Sherry Ahrentzen, Assoc. AIA, Arizona State University.