AIAVT Announces the 2021 Annual Design Award Winners

AIA Vermont is pleased to announce the winners of the 2021 AIAVT Annual Design Awards. The following projects received awards from a jury of peers from AIA Oregon. Details on each of the projects can be found here.The Award Presentation video can be viewed here.


Honor Award in the Commercial/ Multi-family Category category goes to gbA Architecture and Planning for the Multimodal Transit Center and Affordable Housing in Montpelier, VT. Learn more.


Honor Award in the Historic Preservation / Adaptive Re-Use / Rehabilitation category which goes to Centerline Architects + Planners for Prospect Street Writer’s House in North Bennington, VT. Learn more.


Honor Award in the Single Family Residential category goes to Liz Herrmann Architecture and Design for the Elemental House in Fayston, VT. Learn more.


Honor Award in the Single Family Residential category which goes to Robert Swinburne for Sugar Bush House in Putney, VT. Learn more.


Honor Award in the Small Projects category goes to Norwich School of Architecture, Tolya Stonorov, and Danny Sagan for the Lift House in Barre. Learn more.


Merit Award in the Commercial / Institutional / Multi-Family / Mixed-Use category which goes to Wiemann Lamphere Architects for their South Burlington Public Library + City Hall project in South Burlington, VT. Learn more.


Merit Award in the Historic/ Adaptive Reuse category goes to SAS Architects for the Hula Co-Working & Tech Campus in Burlington, VT. Learn more.


Citation Award in the Commercial / Institutional / Multi-Family / Mixed-Use category which goes to gbA Architecture + Planning for their Meeting House in Middlebury, VT. Learn more.


Citation Award in the Single Family Residential category goes to Birdseye for the Mural House in Burlington, VT. Learn more.


Citation Award in the Small Projects category and goes to Joan Heaton Architects for Stoneledge Shed in North Ferrisburgh, VT. Learn more.