The Claremont House by Brininstool + Lynch (featured on AT here) won an Interior Architecture and Distinguished Building Award. Photo: Christopher Barrett, Hedrich Blessing Photographers, via AIA Chicago.
Wheeler Kearns' Case Study 1875 was one of 2 Honor Award winners. It also raked in Distinguished Building and Divine Detail Awards from the AIA. Photos: Craig Dugan and Jon Miller, Hedrich Blessing Photographers via AIA Chicago.
AT featured Studio Gang's SOS Children's Villages Community Center because of its innovative approach to green building on a budget. It won an Institutional Design Award from the AIA. Photo: Steve Hall, Hedrich Blessing Photographers via AIA Chicago.
With 5 awards total, Studio Gang was a big winner. Their LEED-certified office (featured on AT here) won an Interior Architecture Award. Photo: Steve Hall/Metropolis.
Although it didn't win, one of our favorite Chicago homes was in the running: the Whitehead/Elniski Residence & Studios, a green home that was featured on AT here. Photos: Michelle Litvin for the NY Times.
Another non-winner that we personally love: the Wis Tavern Building by Wilkinson Blender, also known as the Bucktown home of Smog Veil Records. Photo: Doug Fogelson, DRFP via AIA Chicago. • To see all residential Distinguished Building submissions, click here. • To see all Interior Architecture submissions, click here.