AIA Architecture Awards 2024

The AIA Architecture Awards program celebrates the best contemporary architecture regardless of budget, size, style, or type. These stunning projects show the world the range of outstanding work architects create and highlight the many ways buildings and spaces can improve our lives.

Jury, AIA Awards – Architecture Awards 2024

Norio Tsuchiya, AIA, Chair, Devenney Group, Ltd., Architects, Phoenix

Teonna Cooksey, Columbia Graduate School of Architecture, New York

Nolman Davis, Assoc. AIA, Eppstein Uhen Architects, Milwaukee

Collete English Dixon, Roosevelt University, Chicago

Mollica Manandhar, AIA, Payette, Boston

Jerryn McCray, AIA, Jerryn J. McCray, Architect, Baltimore

Annya Ramirez-Jimenez, AIA, Marvel Architects, New York

Yimeng Teng, AIA, Ro | Rockett Design, Los Angeles

The Cultural Living Room, a new community space, evokes a feeling of lightness. Its transparent, angled facade provides a panoramic view of the surrounding park.
Photo: Iwan Baan

Arkansas Museum of Fine Arts 

Architect: Studio Gang

The Arkansas Museum of Fine Arts is celebrated for its innovative architectural design, blending modern aesthetics with functional spaces to enhance community engagement and cultural experiences.

Aerial View Looking South
Photo: Jen Holt Photography

Center for Human Ecology, College of the Atlantic

Architect: Susan T. Rodriguez and OPAL

The Center for Human Ecology at the College of the Atlantic has been honored for its outstanding architectural design by The American Institute of Architects (AIA) for its exceptional architectural, which exemplifies sustainable design and environmental responsibility.

Full Building Exterior on Houston Street
Photo: Connie Zhou/JBSA

John A. Paulson Center at NYU

Architect: Davis Brody Bond and KieranTimberlake

The John A. Paulson Center at NYU  is a multifunctional facility that fosters community engagement, academic activities, and student life.

West Elevation
Photo: Cameron Campbell

Marion Fire Station No. 1

Architect: OPN Architects

The Marion Fire Station No. 1 emphasizes community impact and innovative design solutions. 

Formally, One Vanderbilt’s massing is comprised of four interlocking, tapering volumes that spiral up to the sky.
Photo: Raimund Koch

One Vanderbilt

Architect: Kohn Peterson Fox Associates

One Vanderbilt integrates with the urban fabric and offers state-of-the-art amenities, contributing to the city’s skyline and community.

The new residential Colleges at Princeton University represent a major expansion of the campus and a first step in the university’s 30- year campus plan. With gestures both subtle and overt, the colleges are designed for a cohesive community organized around the many spheres of undergraduate life. New College West and the rest of Yeh College are visible through Yeh College’s entry portal.
Photo: Christoper Payne / Esto

Princeton University Residential Colleges

Architect TenBerke

Princeton University’s Residential Colleges highlight innovative architectural design, sustainability features, and contributions to student life.

exterior image
Photo: Bill Timmerman

San Antonio Botanical Garden

Architect: Weddle Gilmore Architects

The San Antonio Botanical Garden realized it needed to adapt to the rapidly growing city around it and evolve into a world-class garden for horticulture displays and botanical diversity.

SoFi Stadium and Hollywood Park is a sports and entertainment destination in Inglewood, California. It includes three programmatic elements under one signature roof: SoFi Stadium, YouTube Theater, and American Airlines Plaza.
Photo: Nic Lehoux

SoFi Stadium and Hollywood Park

Architect: HKS

SoFi Stadium and Hollywood Park showcases innovative architecture, sustainable features, and a significant impact on community and sports culture.

View of the Main Library interior showcasing the stair insertion connecting multiple floors.
Photo: Chipper Hatter

Student Success District, University of Arizona

Architect: The Miller Hull Partnership, LLP

The Student Success District, University of Arizona is an award-winning project that transforms multiple existing buildings into an interconnected, vibrant, and flexible learning environment. Its goal is to foster student success through modern design, collaboration spaces, and innovative facilities.

Public park framed by entry loggia along Main Street
Photo: Timothy Horsley

Thaden School Performing Arts Center

Architect: Marlon Blackwell Architects

The Thaden School Performing Arts Center is a modern educational facility in Bentonville, Arkansas, featuring a versatile space for expression and performance.

The Holdsworth Center’s Campus on Lake Austin is a first-of-its kind facility for Texas’ public-school districts designed to grow the skill, ingenuity and effectiveness of the professionals who educate the state’s 5.5 million students.
Photo: Peter Malick

The Holdsworth Center

Architect: Lake | Flato Architects

The American Institute of Architects recognizes The Holdsworth Center for its outstanding design excellence, showcasing innovative architecture and a dedication to fostering educational leadership.

View from courtyard entrance, facing South.
Photo: Alan Karchmer

Thurston Hall Renovation

Architect: VMDO Architects

The Thurston Hall Renovation project transformed a historic residence hall at George Washington University into a vibrant, modern living-learning environment prioritizing sustainability, community and student well-being.

The new Wagner Education Center establishes a new front door for the Center for Wooden Boats, a beloved Seattle organization dedicated to building, maintaining and using historic small craft.
Photo: Aaron Leitz

Wagner Education Center at the Center for Wooden Boats

Architect: Olson Kundig

The functional, straightforward building serves as an armature for CWB’s activities, supporting the display, restoration and appreciation of wooden boats.

For more information on each of this year’s AIA Architecture Awards, click on this link.