AIA Los Angeles honors city's top-notch projects in 2016 Design Awards
By Justine Testado|
Monday, Nov 14, 2016
The AIA Los Angeles chapter recently recognized some of the city's top-notch architecture in the 2016 AIA|LA Design Awards. The competition invites submissions for completed projects (located anywhere) that are designed by AIA members from L.A.-based firms. Any AIA member who constructed projects in L.A. (regardless of their location) also has a chance to compete in the Design Awards. The jury awarded Honor, Merit, and Citation awards.
Winners were also revealed in the Next LA Awards for unbuilt commissions, as well as the winners of their first-ever COTE LA awards, which recognizes projects that demonstrate stellar sustainability features.
Have a look at this year's Design Award-winning projects below.
DESIGN HONOR AWARDS
(cover image) Design Awards Honor: The Six - Affordable Housing for formerly Homeless and Disabled Veterans (Los Angeles, CA) by Brooks + Scarpa.
Don't forget about the Next LA and COTE LA winners in the gallery below.