Boston Society of Architects/AIA announces winners of the 2018 BSA Honors and Awards
By Hope Daley|
Tuesday, Sep 18, 2018
The Boston Society of Architects/AIA (BSA/AIA) has just announced the 2018 BSA Honor and Awards winners. Recipients will be recognized at the BSA Design Awards Gala taking place this coming January of 2019. Check out this year's winners and some of their accomplishments below:
BSA Award of Honor
Ann M. Beha FAIA, principal of Ann Beha Architects (pictured above)
This honor is given to individuals whose lifetime contributions to the profession and to the BSA have been uncommonly profound.
Ann M. Beha FAIA is Principal of Ann Beha Architects, a Boston-based firm known for its exploration of heritage in dialogue with contemporary design. Marked by strong educational and cultural content, and widely honored, Ann Beha’s design work captures place and history, responding in fresh, modern, and innovative ways. She founded ABA 40 years ago to address the overlooked potential of preservation and adaptive reuse to revitalize cities and communities, and expanded the firm’s practice to award-winning new design, nationally and internationally.
Earl R. Flansburgh Young Architects Award
Vince Pan AIA, principal, Analogue Studio
This award, currently on its sixth year, recognizes design excellence by an architect under 40. The award is named for Earl R. Flansburgh FAIA, a distinguished Boston architect who generously supported emerging professionals and advocated for women architects.
Since founding Analogue Studio in 2011, Vince Pan has built the firm into an award-winning architecture and branding practice, with a growing roster of happy clients in the startup, education, and hospitality industries. As the firm’s Principal, Vince ensures that every project — from a brand campaign to a university student center — benefits from Analogue’s interdisciplinary approach and passion for design-based problem solving.
BSA Commonwealth Award
Rose Kennedy Greenway Conservancy
The purpose of this award is to recognize an outstanding influence on Boston’s built environment or the community’s awareness of it.
BSA Honorary Membership
Lisa Brothers PE, chairman and CEO, Nitsch Engineering and Judith Nitsch PE, founding principal, Nitsch Engineering
The purpose of this award is to honor a person of esteemed character who has rendered the profession of architecture a valuable service within the territory of the Boston Society of Architects/AIA (BSA), and has consistently upheld the BSA's aims.
Lisa Brothers has more than 30 years of experience in the design, construction, and management of roadway, site development, sustainable design, and infrastructure-related projects. As Chairman & CEO of Nitsch Engineering, Lisa is responsible for the vision, growth strategy, strategic direction, and overall performance of the firm.
Judy Nitsch is Founding Principal of Nitsch Engineering, Inc., a 100+ person firm headquartered in Boston, and with offices in Washington DC, and Worcester and Lawrence, MA. Established in 1989, the firm has provided civil, structural, and transportation engineering; land surveying; planning; green infrastructure consulting; and GIS services on projects in 20 states and five countries.
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