The 2011 Brick in Architecture Awards have been announced, and Cunningham | Quill Architects has won a Silver Award for its Sherman and Gloria H. Cohen Career Center on the campus of The College of William & Mary.
Winners were selected based on their use of brick, including: aesthetics, quality, environmental friendliness, long-term durability, and design flexibility through color, texture, rhythm, human scale, pattern and repetition. Award-winning projects came from 25 states, reflecting the national reach this program.
|Stadium Entrance with New Tower on Left and Existing Tower on Right|
“This year’s winning projects showed a growing trend toward brick as the main element in sustainable design that delivers aesthetic flexibility that matches the architect’s imagination and desires,” said BIA President and CEO Gregg Borchelt, P.E.
|Rear Elevations at Dusk|
Winners will be listed in the December 2011 issues of Brick in Architecture and Architect Magazines. If you would like to see the complete list of winners before publication, please see the 2011 Brick in Architecture Award Winners press release. To learn more information about the Sherman and Gloria H. Cohen Career Center, visit Cunningham | Quill Architects.