We are honored to announce that Jarrett Street 12 has been awarded a 2019 Small Project Award from The American Institute of Architects. Jarrett Street 12 is a modular 12-unit affordable housing project located in Portland, Oregon.
Awards & Honors
We had a great night at AIA Portland 's 2017 Portland Architecture Awards. Laura's Place won a Merit Award in the Small Project Category! With this award Laura's Place has now received recognition at the local, regional and national levels of the The American Institute of Architects. Laura's Place is a transitional housing project we designed for Central City Concern located in Portland, Oregon.
You can see all the award winners here...http://aiaportland.org/2017-portland-architecture-awards
ABC awarded 2015 AIBC Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia Merit Award in Architecture for the Vomo Island Spa /
The Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia Awards in Architecture were established to recognize excellence in completed architectural projects led or designed by AIBC members.
We are excited to announce that ABC has been awarded the 2014 Emerging Firm of the Year Award from The American Institute of Architects Northwest & Pacific Region. The award recognizes firms that are, through their practice, challenging traditional perceptions and methods of architecture.
We are excited to announce that ABC Principal & Co-Founder, Mark Ritchie has been shortlisted for the 2014 Western Living Designers of the Year ARTHUR ERICKSON MEMORIAL AWARD FOR AN EMERGING ARCHITECT! The spirit of the award is to acknowledge designers who appear poised for widespread acclaim, but who are still early in their career development.
ABC is pleased to announce that Brian Cavanaugh has been appointed to the Board of Directors of The Center for Architecture.
The Center for Architecture Board of Directors is responsible for maintaining clarity of focus on our mission, and for identifying and prioritizing the programs and events that utilize our resources most effectively. The Board is also engaged in developing the resources that will enable the Center for Architecture to continue to expand the range and number of opportunities we can provide for the public to experience and appreciate the impact that architecture, design and planning have on our daily lives.