Amazing Race logo Many thanks to Greg Rutledge - Coordinator of the Amazing Portsmouth Race
and John Spiers - Creator of the Amazing Portsmouth Race You Tube Video and the Race Volunteers!

Results Of The Race...

First Place Team: “Captain Geech and the Shrimp Shack Shooters” ...
They won a lovely trophy (a scale replica of the Lightship Portsmouth) and a $50 gift certificate to the Bier Garden

2nd Place: “The P-Town Plunderers (in William Shatner’s voice)”...
They received a gift certificate that can be redeemed for 5 tickets to the Commodore Theatre

3rd Place: Team “3 and 2/3” ...
They received a $25 gift certificate to Brutti’s restaurant on Court Street.

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Thank you to Martin Bardoun for coordinating the first Architecture Week aRt 4.10 Event! 

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AIA Hampton Roads 2011 Design + Honor Awards Update

photo gallery icon 2011 Design + Honor Awards 

To all the firms that submitted design awards entries this year, the Chapter extends an enthusiastic “thank you!” for the effort and energy invested in every submittal. Thirty-four projects were submitted in the following categories –

-       Architecture
-       Interiors
-       Landscape Architecture
-       Research
-       Preservation
-       Urban Design | Master planning
-       Rendering
-       Unbuilt Architecture

Eight projects were recognized.

The entries were juried by Ann Beha FAIA, Principal of Ann Beha Architects; Elizabeth Padjen FAIA, the editor in chief of Architecture Boston, a quarterly journal on design and design research; and Alex Anmahian, AIA, Principal of Anmahian Winton Architects, and a past winner of AIA Awards for Design Excellence, and an instructor at the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University.

The awards jurors met at Ann Beha Architects on Tuesday March 9 to review all of the submittals, reviewing each submittal in consecutive order, making individual comments as well as jointly discussing aspects of each submittal. A final round up discussion identified the recommended winners.

Post jury, Ann Beha generated a memo and comments summarizing the jurors’ selections. This draft was circulated to each juror, for further review and revision. In some cases, the jury recommended awards in new categories, though in most the categories remain as submitted.

Award for Urban Design
Pembroke Strategic Growth Area
H&A Architects & Engineers

Award for Preservation
Freemason Baptist Church, Norfolk, VA
Hanbury Evans Wright Vlattas + Company

Award for Unbuilt Architecture
The MacArthur Memorial
Hanbury Evans Wright Vlattas + Company

Commendation for Architecture
The Power Plant at Rockets Landing
H&A Architects & Engineers

Commendation for Architecture
The Mason School of Business at William and Mary
Moseley Architects

Award for Interior Design
Forbes Center for the Performing Arts at James Madison University
Hanbury Evans Wright Vlattas + Company

Award for Interior Design
The Physics Exhibit
Edwin Pease Architect

Award for Architecture
Rice University Student Residences
Hanbury Evans Wright Vlattas + Company

The 2011 Awards for the Hampton Roads AIA were juried by Ann Beha FAIA, Principal of Ann Beha Architects; Elizabeth Padjen FAIA, the editor in chief of Architecture Boston, a quarterly journal on design and design research; and Alex Anmahian, AIA, Principal of Anmahian Winton Architects.

 
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