NEWARK – AIA Delaware announces the winners in its 2022 Design Awards Program – a biennial program that recognizes and honors excellence in architectural design by licensed architects and honors the clients and project teams who work with them to create and enhance the built environment.
A five-member jury, comprised of Architects from AIA Chesapeake Bay selected the projects to be recognized under the program.
The jury included Barton Ross, AIA, AICP, LEED AP BD+C, President Barton Ross & Partners, LLC Architects; Chris Elcock, AIA, IIDA, LEED AP, Associate Principal GWWO Architects; Tom Liebel, FAIA, LEED, Vice President Moseley Architects; Barbara Sweeney, AIA, Associate Wiedemann Architects, LLC; and Joe Miedusiewski, Esq., Senior Government Affairs Director Old Line Government Affairs, LLC.
“The program’s winning projects include a public restroom, residences, a reimagined structure designed in support of a corporate culture and more illustrating a wide range of typologies and varied approaches to design,” said jury chairperson, Mr. Ross, AIA. “We congratulate each of the project winners on their originality and insight in their design resolutions.”
Each project was evaluated individually, not in comparison with any other, regardless of scope, size, scale, budget, style, or building type. The jury was asked to evaluate how well each project met its own unique program, needs and challenges while also considering design excellence, aesthetic quality of the built form, relationship to surroundings, and how the design met one or more of the AIA Framework for Design Excellence principles.
The jury selected the following projects to be recognized under the program.
To learn more about the AIA Delaware Design Awards Program and see the award-winning projects, visit www.aiadelaware.org.