AIA Brooklyn has announced the winners of their 2022 Brooklyn Design Awards (BKDA). Held each year, the awards celebrate projects based in Brooklyn or completed by Brooklyn-based architects/designers. The nine selected projects, ranging from small-scale architectural activations to large-scale urban developments, were chosen to reflect each project’s “design excellence, technical skill, innovation, environmental responsiveness, and/or social impact.”
“Brooklyn is a hotbed of culture, industry, creativity, and ingenuity,” noted Jason Boutin, 2022 Brooklyn Design Awards Committee Chair and partner at The Brooklyn Studio. “Today, it is one of the best-known place names in the world and this program is proud to celebrate those Brooklyn architects driven by the values of the borough.”
Below, we have rounded up the nine winning schemes organized by their categorization of Excellence, Merit, and Commendation awards.
- Winner: Piaule Catskill by Garrison Architects (cover image)
- Winner: The Seventy-Six by Garrison Architects
Commended for Climate Action: Mass Timber Reuse Theater by CO Adaptive
Commended for Biophilic Design: Apartment on Garden Place by Khanna Schultz and XS Space
Commended for Engagement with the Outdoors: Park Slope New-Federal Rowhouse by The Brooklyn Studio
Commended for Site Activation: pARC by The Urban Conga
Learn more about this year's winning projects here.
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