Installation of zinc cladding nearly complete for Astronomical Observatory

March 20th, 2015


Red Rock House published by

March 19th, 2015


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Nick Winton on jury for AIA New York Design Awards

March 6th, 2015

Nick will serve on the jury and will participate in the symposium discussion that follows the announcement of this year’s AIANY winners.


AW’s Cambridge House included in Architectural Record’s “Featured Houses”

February 20th, 2015


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Mazen Sakr and Makoto Abe on winning competition team

February 11th, 2015

The team, also including Ahmad Zia Wahdat, designed and prototyped MyChair, a patent pending portable chair/desk for underprivileged school children in developing countries. Mazen and Zia presented their entry at Oberlin College’s LaunchU competition and won 1st prize in the social venture category.


Zia (left) and Mazen (right) accept their award at the LaunchU awards ceremony

AW inspects bamboo for urban garden at Ankara Office Tower

January 21st, 2015

Bamboo grown for the urban garden will be shipped from a nursery in the Netherlands. The garden creates a buffer between the Office Tower and an adjacent transportation hub, and defines the site’s connection to an abutting residential neighborhood.


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Red Rock House featured on Archello

January 8th, 2015

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AW’s Red Rock House included in Architectural Digest’s “10 Wood Buildings Making Statements Now”

January 5th, 2015


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Study model and mock-up for Observatory’s rotating mechanism

December 31st, 2014

The scale model at left demonstrates how the 5 meter diameter steel ring will rotate the observatory’s turret in reference to the magnetic cardinal directions.


At right is a mock up of one of the eight steel segments in the ring’s final assembly, laser cut with degrees and minutes and shop finished for evaluation.

Aaron Bruckerhoff Promoted to Principal

December 11th, 2014

Anmahian Winton Architects (AW) is pleased to announce Aaron Bruckerhoff’s promotion to Principal.

An integral part of the AW team since 2007, Aaron has made significant contributions to all aspects of the office. He is an invaluable asset to our clients and our colleagues, and his thoughtful leadership style fosters collaboration both in the office and out, bringing clarity to complex projects.

Aaron’s unwavering focus on design and construction innovation as well as mentorship have had a profound effect on AW’s work and office culture. We are proud to recognize his importance as a permanent member of our office with this promotion.