Thursday, July 23, 2009

Studio Awards Recognize Eight Projects

Eight unbuilt projects were selected for recognition in the 2009 TSA Studio Awards program after this year's jury reviewed the 109 entries. The jury met July 22 in New York City in the offices of Hariri and Hariri Architecture. Jurors were Gisue Hariri, a partner in the host firm, and Marc Tsurumaki, a partner in Lewis.Tsurumaki.Lewis Architects.

The projects recognized with Studio Awards are:

• Sorensen Bridge by Fernando Brave, AIA, of Brave/Architecture in Houston

• Extreme Birding, Costa Rica & Alaska by Chris Hudson, AIA, of Morris Architects in Houston

• Flow City/Valencia by Hernan Molina, a student at Texas A&M University

• Kurdistan Transformational School by Christian Owens of SHW Group in Austin

• Lift: Home by Bart Shaw, AIA, in Bedford

• Light Modulation by Nicholas Richardson, a student at UT Arlington

• Museo Nacional de Textiles del Peru by Jeremy Olbrys in Austin

• Yarauvi: A Necropolis in the Dead Sea by Miguel Rivera, AIA, of MirĂ³ Rivera Architects in Austin

The awarded projects will be featured in Texas Architect later this year and celebrated at the TSA Convention in October.

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