Aaron Bruckerhoff receives 2016 BSA Flansburgh Young Architects Award!
August 31st, 2016
Aaron Bruckerhoff, AW Principal, was selected as the 2016 recipient of the Boston Society of Architects’ Earl R. Flansburgh Young Architects Award. The BSA Honors and Awards Committee noted that Aaron is a rare and exceptional person with an admirable dedication to design excellence and community participation. Aaron will be presented with this award at the BSA’s Design Awards Ceremony in February 2017.
AW’s Gemma Observatory has been selected for a Design Excellence Honor Award from the Boston Society of Architects
July 28th, 2016
The award level will be announced at the BSA’s Awards Gala.
Nick Winton joins IDEO at powerful Youth Design workshop on design thinking
July 12th, 2016
Metal Architecture names AW’s Gemma Observatory the Grand Award Winner of their 2016 Design Awards program
July 7th, 2016
The project also won the Natural Metals category and is featured in the July issue of Metal Architecture Magazine.
AW’s Cambridge House included in Dezeen’s “Five of the best houses in Massachusetts”
June 27th, 2016
AW’s Ana Hiller receives the Alpha Rho Chi Medal from MIT Department of Architecture
June 13th, 2016
AW Wins in Northern Avenue Bridge Competition
May 27th, 2016
Congratulations to AW’s Aaron Bruckerhoff and Mazen Sakr on the award winning submission. This ideas competition, sponsored by the City of Boston and the Boston Society of Architects, received more than 130 submissions and was held in response to the Northern Avenue Bridge’s closing in 2014.
Nick appears on “Wood | From Tree to Timber” panel at the AIANY Center for Architecture
April 22nd, 2016
Nick Winton participated in a panel discussion on the use of wood as an element of architectural space-making at varying scales of use, from structure, to finishes to furniture.
AW one of eight firms selected for the Architectural League’s 2016 Emerging Voices
February 8th, 2016
The Architectural League of New York has named AW Architects one of its 2016 Emerging Voices, recognizing the firm’s distinct design “voice” and its potential to influence larger issues within the built environment.