The American Institute of Architects (AIA) is recognizing two projects with its Innovation Awards. Complete details for each awarded project are available on AIA’s website.
The Innovation Awards recognize the exemplary use and implementation of innovative technologies and progressive practices among architects, designers, collaborators and clients. Awarded projects must support the design, delivery and operation of buildings or research in practice and academia. Recipients for the 2020 Innovation Awards—which were selected by AIA’s Technology in Architectural Practice Knowledge Community—are as follows:
Category: Development of Design or Design-Thinking
BHoM Life Cycle Assessment Toolkit | Buro Happold
Category: Holistic Design
Catalyst Building | MGA | Michael Green Architecture, Katerra
Visit AIA’s website for more information on the Innovation Awards.
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