AIA South Carolina Honors Eleven Projects

by Russell Boniface
Associate Editor

Summary: The AIA South Carolina Chapter held its annual Design Awards celebration ceremony on February 28 in downtown Charleston. The theme for this year's spring meeting was Diversity.

The 2009 program included Design Awards, the Robert Mills Residential Design Awards, and the WoodWorks Wood Design Awards. Each category gave Honor Awards, Merit, and Citation. The Design Awards program received nearly 75 submissions, and the jury selected 9 to receive an award. The Robert Mills Awards received approximately 30 submissions with 4 recipients.

Jeffrey M. Rosenblum, AIA, Rosenblum Coe Architects, Inc., Charleston, S.C., was awarded with the 2009 Medal of Distinction, the highest honor an AIA architect can receive from the chapter. John B. Parks, executive director of Innovista and at the University of South Carolina received the 2009 Alliance Award. This award recognizes non-architect individuals or groups that influence architecture and design excellence.

Design Awards Recipients, Honor Awards

Project: 
Culinary Institute of Charleston, Trident Technical College, Palmer Campus
Location: 
Charleston, S.C.
Architect: 
LS3P ASSOCIATES LTD

Project: 
The MUSC Ashley River Tower
Location: 
Charleston, S.C.
Architect: 
LS3P ASSOCIATES LTD

Design Awards Recipients, Merit Awards

Project: 
Christ Church of the Good Shepherd
Location: 
Greenville, S.C.
Architect: 
Craig Gaulden Davis, Inc.

Project: 
Copper Station Holdings
Location: 
Ridgeland, S.C.
Architect: 
LS3P ASSOCIATES LTD

Project: 
Charles Towne Landing Visitor Center
Location: 
Charleston, S.C.
Architect: 
Liollio Architecture in association with Drakeford Architects

Project: 
James E. Clyburn Intermodal Transportation Center
Location: 
Sumter, S.C.
Architect: 
Watson Tate Savory

Project: 
College of Charleston School of Education
Location: 
Charleston, S.C.
Architect: Watson Tate Savory in association with Cooper Robertson & Partners

Project: 
The Ponds Farm House & Pavilion
Location: 
Summerville, S.C.
Architect: 
Cobb Architects

Project: 
CU-ICAR Management Tower & Parking Garage
Location: 
Greenville, S.C.
Architect: 
Neal Prince Architects

Robert Mills Residential Awards Recipients, Honor Award

Project: A Private Residence Balsam Mountain Preserve
Location: Jackson County, N.C.
Architect: Thomas & Denzinger Architects

Robert Mills Residential Awards Recipients, Merit Awards

Project: Barrier Island Refuge
Location: Sullivan's Island, S.C.
Architect: Herlong & Associates, Architecture & Interiors

Project:
The McCoy Residence
Location: 
Georgetown, S.C.
Architect: 
SGA Architecture, LLC

Robert Mills Residential Awards Recipient, Citation

Project:
Private Residence
Location: 
Charleston, S.C.
Architect: 
Bello Studio Architecture

WoodWorks Wood Design Awards Recipient, Honor Award

Project: 
Pepper Plantation Pavilion
Location: 
Awendaw, S.C.
Architect: 
SGA Architecture, LLC

WoodWorks Wood Design Awards Recipient, Merit Award

Project: 
Cassique Sports Center
Location: 
John's Island, S.C.
Architect: 
McKellar & Associates

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