A college’s new art and design center and the renovation and restoration of the Rochester City Hall annex were among the Honor Award winners recognized in January at the American Institute of Architects NH’s 33rd annual Excellence in Architecture Design Awards.
Winning the Honor Award for Excellence in Architecture was The S/L/A/M Collaborative’s Center for Art + Design at Colby-Sawyer College in New London. Winning another Honor Award, Rick and Duffy Monahon Award for Design Excellence in Architectural Restoration and Preservation was Oak Point Associates’ work on the Rochester City Hall annex.
The winner of the Honor Award for Small Building/Small Firm was CJ Architects’ design of its offices in the North End of Portsmouth. The Honor Award for Excellence in Sustainability went to Sheldon Pennoyer Architects’ Eastman Studio Deep Energy Retrofit project at the MacDowell Colony in Peterborough.
In total, 12 awards were presented to 11 firms – Sheldon Pennoyer won a second award, for its work on the Remi’s Block mixed-use project in downtown Concord.
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