2018 DESIGN AWARDS INFO

The Brooklyn-Queens Awards include the Bronx.

 The AIA Bronx Chapter collaborates with Brooklyn and Queens for the BQDA Design Awards. Be sure to Register your next Design Award entries in 2019. 

CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR 2018 BQ DESIGN AWARDS WINNER

Chapter Award Winner 

"Single Family House"  

Sara Jazayeri AIA, DPLG, CID, LEED AP

Studio 360 Inc., Bronx, NY 


Left to Right:

Award Recipient Sara Jazayeri ;

AIA Bronx President Antonio Freda;

AIA Bronx BQDA Representative Ofe Clarke.

The 2018 BQDA Awards Gala

THE WINNING ENTRY

Bronx Chapter Award

Single Family House - Studio 360 (Rye, NY)


Renovating this house in Westchester, with a green perspective, presented a unique set of considerations and challenges. It started by educating and collaborating with our client to ensure that the project can be environmentally friendly and in budget without sacrificing any of the aesthetic value of the project.


Project Completion: 2016


Photo Credit: Mark Roskams

2018 Awards for projects in the bronx

2018 BQDA Award of Excellence

Zerega Avenue EMS Station - (Bronx, NY) 

Smith-Miller Hawkinson Architecture
 

The EMS brings emergency services to the Community, broadcasting an optimistic message; its green roof visible from street and tower, its translucent polycarbonate skin transparent by day and luminous by night, and its welcoming cantilevered portico all portend a bright future. 


Project Completion: 2014


Photo Credit: Michael Moran


2018 BQDA Bronx People's Choice Award

​The Bronx Defenders Justice Campus  (Bronx, NY)

Alta Indelman Architects


The Bronx Defenders, a major community resource, is a nonprofit organization that provides innovative public defense services throughout the borough of the Bronx.  The Bronx Defenders Justice Campus occupies over 30,000sf of street level space at E 161st Street and Park Avenue in the Bronx. This project encompasses the recently renovated spaces at these locations. The Justice Campus houses office space for over 300 staff who work in collaborative teams.  The interiors use simple, economical materials - wallboard, plastic laminate and paint, to create a vibrant environment. The Bronx Defenders clientele includes some of the poorest residents of New York City, many facing significant life crises.  It is important to the Bronx Defenders that their offices be uplifting to clients, as well as spacious and supportive of the on-site staff. 


Project Completion: 2017


Photo Credit: Sarah Muehlbauer