Progressive Architecture Award

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The Progressive Architecture Awards (P/A Awards) annually recognise risk-taking practitioners and seek to promote progress in the field of architecture. The editors of Progressive Architecture magazine hosted the first Progressive Architecture Award jury in 1954. In 1996, the magazine folded and the venue was taken over by Architecture magazine.[1] In 2007, Architecture folded, and the awards were inherited by a new publication, titled ARCHITECT.[2]

PA Design Awards[edit]

  • 2013 Arctic Food Network — Lateral Office
  • 2013 Beukenhof Crematorium and Auditorium — Asymptote Architecture 
  • 2013 Floatyard — Perkins+Will 
  • 2013 Rock Chapel Marine — Landing Studio
  • 2013 The Farm: Gaming Strategies for Empowering Marginalized Youth — Steven Mankouche and Matthew Schulte
  • 2013 Calexico West Land Port of Entry — Perkins+Will 
  • 2013 Dortoir Familial — NADAAA
  • 2013 Kimball Art Center — BIG 
  • 2013 Modulo Prep Library — CRO
  • 2013 Studio Smart Material House — by Barkow Leibinger
  • 2007 Hybrid Urban Sutures — Aziza Chaouni
  • 2007 Calgary Centre for Global Community — Marc Boutin Architect
  • 2007 Pittman Dowell Residence — Michael Maltzen Architecture
  • 2007 Villa Moda, New Kuwait Sports Shooting Club — Office dA
  • 2007 Bahá'í Mother Temple for South America — Hariri Pontarini Architects
  • 2007 Bab Tebbaneh School for Working Children and for Women — Hashim Sarkis
  • 2007 Campus d'Espoir (campus of hope) — Studio Luz Architects
  • 2007 Good Shepherd Ecumenical Retirement Community — the University of Arkansas Community Design Center
  • 2003 Dalki Theme Park and Shop (Dalki, South Korea) — Slade Architecture
  • 1999 Von Erlach Residence (Shelter Island, New York) — Cho Slade Architecture
  • 1999 Large piazza located on a landfill in the Adige River in Verona, ItalyMichael Gabellini[3]
  • 1985 Wexner Center for the Arts (Columbus, OH) — Peter Eisenman
  • 1983 Citation for NSF-funded Research on Lightweight Structures — Zann Gill
  • 1973 Queens Village (Philadelphia) Louis Sauer
  • 1969 Head House Square East (Society Hill,Philadelphia) — Louis Sauer
  • 1965 Pastorius Mews (Germantown, Philadelphia) — Louis Sauer
  • 1964 James Hamilton House (New Hope, Pennsylvania) — Louis Sauer
  • 1964 11th and Waverly Town Houses (Philadelphia) — Louis Sauer
  • 1963 Richard Cripps House (Lambertville, New Jersey) — Louis Sauer

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