Press Release: Rob Hollis awarded the 2017 AIA 10 - Craftsmanship Architectural Award

 

Rob Hollis of CEDC Wins 2017 AIA10 Award

Awards honor the best design work from emerging professionals in the state of Colorado

 

Lakewood, CO (08/07/2017) – The Colorado Environmental Design Company (CEDC) is proud to announce Rob Hollis as a 2017 AIA10 Award Winner, presented by the American Institute of Architects Colorado Chapter (AIA Colorado). The awards program honors the best design work from emerging professionals in the architecture industry, and is open to students, design professionals and architects licensed 10 years or less. 

 

Winners in 14 categories were selected by a jury of architects that included:

Ben Blanchard, AIA – Anderson Mason Dale Architects, PC

Cindy Harvey – RNL

Julian Lineham – Studio NYL

Julianne Scherer, AIA – HDR

Mark Tremmel, AIA – Tremmel Design Group

 

Rob is an Associate AIA member with 2.5 years of NCARB experience with Greenline Architects and POSS Architecture and Planning, both of the Roaring Fork Valley in Colorado. The “Dream Hostel” model was built for fourth year undergraduate studio instructed by Dr. Ping Xu at the University of Colorado at Boulder.

 

This marks the 18th year AIA Colorado has recognized the work of emerging professionals through a dedicated awards program. Other 2017 AIA10 Award winners include:

 

Portfolio

Highlighting the design and creative achievements through work represented in a portfolio.

 

Winner: Matthew Miller Portfolio

Matthew Miller

University of Cincinnati

 

Honorable Mention: Jesse Ledin Portfolio

Jesse Ledin, AIAS

University of Colorado Denver

 

Craftsmanship – Architectural

Highlighting the craftsmanship, technique and creative ability exhibited through architectural models.

 

Winner: Dream Hostel

Rob Hollis, Assoc. AIA

 

LINK TO VIDEO HERE

 

Honorable Mention: Sculpted Space

Matthew Miller

University of Cincinnati

 

Craftsmanship – Artistic

Highlighting the craftsmanship skill, technique and creative ability exhibited through any physical artistic medium including furniture design, object or ornament design, sculpting, woodworking, pottery, photography, sketches, water colors, journals, painting, metal work, etc.

 

Winner: Whale Chair

Christopher M. Smith, AIA

4240 Architecture

 

Honorable Mention: Curtis Street View

Stephanie Wood & Kathryn Mullinax

University of Colorado Denver

 

Unbuilt Architecture – Under 20,000 SF

Recognizing the outstanding design achievement of a project under 20,000 SF that has not been built.

 

Winner: Still Water Pavilion

Tanner Morrow & Bernard Jeffers

University of Colorado Denver

 

Unbuilt Architecture – Over 20,000 SF

Recognizing the outstanding design achievement of a project over 20,000 SF that has not been built.

 

Winner: Tokyo Vertical Cemetery

Kevin Sietmann & Brian Martin

Tomecek Studio Architecture

 

Honorable Mention: Rocky Mountain Public Media Center

Michael Krause, Assoc. AIA

Tryba Architects

 

Honorable Mention: Scandinavian Designs – Corte Madera

Iassen Vladimirov, Assoc. AIA & Caitlin Pfarr

Roth Sheppard Architects

 

Built Architecture – Under 20,000 SF

Recognizing the outstanding design achievement of a project under 20,000 SF that has been built.

 

Winner: Old Pond Residence

Todd Kennedy, AIA

Additional team members: Rich Carr, AIA, Gage Reese, Maura Trumble, AIA, Wren Hoffman

CCY Architects

 

Interior Architecture

Recognizing exceptional interior architectural design.

 

Winner: Gensler Denver

Alex Garrison, AIA & Jonas Phillipsen

Additional team members: Jon Gambrill, AIA, Brent Mather, AIA, Jay McFarland, Lindsay Masteller, Gretchen Bustillos, Anni Hurt, Beth Mosenthal, AIA

Gensler

 

Most Sustainable Project

Recognizing the outstanding design achievement of a built project featuring the most creative and successful sustainable design strategies with recordable production.

 

Winner: ECE

Christopher Kleingartner, AIA, Coty Sandberg, Adam Riddle, Ann Cosgrove, Joe Barnes, J.B. Park

SmithGroupJJR

 

Historic Preservation

Recognizing the outstanding design achievement in the preservation, rehabilitation, restoration or reconstruction of a historic property.

 

Winner: Hotel Jerome

Delvon Nemechek, AIA & Sarah Broughton, AIA

Rowland+ Broughton Architecture/Urban Design/Interior Design

 

Honorable Mention: Wyoming State Capitol Exterior Restoration

Cat Brown, Assoc. AIA

HDR Architecture

 

Creative Concept

Recognizing the exceptional creative concept of a designed object including furniture, industrial design, product prototypes, architectural elements, digital media or digital fabrication.

 

Winner: The Laundry Truck

Dorothy Ma

Radian Inc.

 

The AIA10 Award

Highlighting an emerging professional who has displayed outstanding achievements in the field of design or allied arts, community involvement and dedication to the profession in Colorado.

 

Winner: Christopher Kleingartner, AIA

HDR Architecture

 

Community Legacy Award

Recognizing the community involvement or service initiative organized by an individual or group of individuals that leverages their architectural skills, values and dedication to the profession.

 

Winner: Radian Inc.

Tim Reinen, Assoc. AIA & Dorothy Ma

 

Best of Section Awards

Recognizing the most creative solution to a design problem in the form of a built work of architecture in each AIA Colorado section.

 

AIA Denver Winner: Aperture

Brian Dale, AIA & Meredith Dale

Additional team members: Dave Whittingham, Chris Dale, John Hastings

Sort Studio

 

AIA Colorado North Winner: Brick City House

Michael Piche', AIA

Additional team members: Scott Lindenau, FAIA, Susan Okie, Joey Pruett

Studio B Architecture + Interiors

 

AIA Colorado South Winner: Marman Observatory

Ryan Lloyd, AIA

Echo Architecture

 

AIA Colorado West Winner: Old Pond Residence

Todd Kennedy, AIA

Additional team members: Rich Carr, AIA, Gage Reese, Maura Trumble, AIA, Wren Hoffman

CCY Architects

 

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