The AIA Washington Council recently bestowed thirteen projects from around the state with its 2014 Civic Design Award. Chosen from a list of 43 civic-minded projects that were either designed by Washington architects or built within the state, these were deemed the very best based on qualities such as design, utility, economy, environmental harmony, sustainability, accessibility, aesthetic delight, creativity, craftsmanship and innovation. Let's take a look around Washington to find out who the winners were and where they're located.Read More
Mapping AIA Washington's 2014 Civic Design Award Winners
South Transfer Station
Winner of the Honor Award, designed by The Miller Hull Partnership for Seattle Public Utilities.
King Street Station
This Honor Award winner was designed by ZGF Architects for the Seattle Department of Transportation.
Bellevue High School
Winner of the Citation Award, it was designed for Bellevue School District by NAC|Architecture.
Bellevue Public Library
This Citation Award winner for Bellevue Public Library/King County Library System was designed by Johnston Architects.
Fire Station 6
This Citation Award winner was built for the City of Seattle Finance and Administrative Services by Weinstein A+U Architects + Urban Designers
Built for South Correctional Entity, this Citation Award winner was created by DLR Group.
John’s Prairie Operations Center
This Merit Award-winner in Shelton was built by TCF Architecture for Mason County PUD 3.
Museum of History & Industry (MOHAI)
LMN created this Merit Award-Winner for the Museum of History & Industry.
Pybus Public Market
This Merit Award-winner for Port of Chelan County was built by Graham Baba Architects.
Rainier Community Center
The Merit Award-winning Rainier Beach Community Center & Pool in Seattle was built for Seattle Parks & Recreation by ARC Architects.
University of Washington Lander Hall
Built for University of Washington, Housing and Food Services, this Merit Award-winner was designed by Mithun.
Valley View Middle School
Built for the Snohomish School District, this Merit Award-winner was designed by Dykeman.
Captain Charles Wilkes Elementary School
Designed for Bainbridge Island School District by Mahlum, this project won a Merit Award.