The American Institute of Architects of New York announced the winners of its 2017 Design Awards last week, with several Brooklyn projects making the grade.
These eight projects all won merit or honors recognition from the organization:
- New Lab
- Dwana Smallwood Performing Arts Center
- Maple Street School
- Brooklyn Heights Interim Library
- The Gowanus Canal Sponge Park Pilot
- New York City Housing Authority Red Hook Houses – Sandy Resiliency & Renewal Program
- Maker Park
In total, there were 378 project entries, from which 35 winners were picked, with 23 of them being in New York.
— CenterForArch (@CenterForArch) March 7, 2017
The Institute will hold an opening reception for display of the awards at its Center for Architecture in Greenwich Village next month.
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