The School of Architecture and Planning were big winners at the 2013 AIAMaryland Design Awards on September 12th at the new John and Frances Angelos Law Center in Baltimore.
The Center for the Built Environment and Infrastructure Studies (CBEIS) won the Public Building of the Year Award. Designed by Hord Coplan Macht and Freelon, CBEIS is the home of the School of Architecture and Planning. The Public Building of the Year award is bestowed on one built project that is commissioned by a governmental or non-profit agency within the State of Maryland and created with a civic purpose which highly exemplifies excellence of architectural design.
Three of our students took home the top three awards in their categories:
- Godwin Obami, M.Arch ’13, was awarded the Graduate Design Award for his Intermodal Transit Center project.
- Undergraduate student, Zahra Naserdehghan, won the Undergraduate Design Award for her Green Wave project submitted for the Carbon Challenge Competition.
- BSAED and M.Arch graduate, Adam Chisholm, received a Jurors Citation for his project titled, Tension Structures-Adapting Efficient Building Technology to Promote Adaptive Reuse.
For list of AIAMaryland Design Award winners, go to http://www.aiamd.org/membership/aia-maryland-awards-programs/aia-maryland-design-awards-2013/