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Nine Minnesota firms win architecture honors

  • Blog Post by: Mary Abbe
  • November 21, 2013 - 12:06 PM

Nine Minnesota-based architecture firms won Honor Awards in the 2013 competition sposored by  AIA Minnesota. Three firms won two awards each: Julie Snow Architects, HGA, and MSR. Chosen from 66 entrants, the winners were picked by a team of national jurors including Ben Gilmartin of Diller Scofidio + Renfro, New York; E.B. Min of Min l Day, San Francisco, and George Z. Nikolajevich of Cannon Design, St. Louis. The winners are:

 Julie Snow Architects, Inc.  in collaboration with Robert Siegel Architects for U.S. Land Port of Entry, a U.S. General Services Administration building in Van Buren, ME. Photo: Paul Crosby.

HGA Architects and Engineers for the Janet Wallace Fine Arts Center at Macalester College, St. Paul. Photo: Paul Crosby.

MSR (Meyer, Scherer & Rockcastle, Ltd. for the Drexel University College of Media Arts and Design URBN Center in Philadelphia, PA. Photo: Lara Swimmer.

MSR (Meyer, Scherer & Rockcastle, LTD.) for the Weitz Center for Creativity at Carleton College, Northfield, MN. Phooto: Brandon Stengel.

Julie Snow Architects Inc., with Ryan A+E, Inc for Target Plaza Commons in Minneapolis. Photo: Paul Crosby.

HGA Architects and Engineers for the Union Depot Multi-Modal Transit and Transportation Hub in the Lowertown neighborhood of St. Paul. Photo: Paul Crosby.

Leo A. Daly for the Minnesota Fallen Firefighters Memorial at the State Capitol Mall in St. Paul. Photo: Bill Baxley, AIA.

 Salmela Architect for Hall House in Duluth, MN. Photo: Paul Crosby.

 Variable Projects for the Centennial Chromagraph sculpture at the School of Architecture at the University of Minnesota College of Design. Photo: Adam Marcus.

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