Guild Architects Heavily Represented in 2010 Awards

In what is likely the best showing to date, New Urban Guild architects received a number of national design awards so far this year. Here’s the rundown:

Historical Concepts, which is headed by Guild member Jim Strickland, took home the 2010 Arthur Ross Award for architecture. This award is given on a body of work; only one is given each year in each discipline.

• Khoury & Vogt Architects, composed of Guild members (and husband-and-wife team) Marieanne Khoury-Vogt and Erik Vogt, won the 2010 Palladio Award for Parks, Plazas, Gardens, and Streetscapes for their Lake Marilyn, Somerset Bridge and Seagarden at Alys Beach, Florida.

Michael G. Imber, Architects, led by Guild member Michael Imber, landed the 2010 Palladio Award for Residential Sympathetic Addition for additions to Medina River Ranch in Medina, Texas.

Braulio Casas Architects, P.A., directed by Guild member Braulio Casas, took the 2010 Palladio Award for Residential New Design & Construction - Less Than 5,000 SF for a new residence in Seaside, Florida.

Congratulations to all these winners!


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