Tulane School of Architecture projects win AIA New Orleans 2018 Design Awards

maryjohns

Apr 3, 2018

Three Tulane University School of Architecture projects, by the Albert and Tina Small Center for Collaborative Design and URBANbuild program, were recognized Thursday at the AIA New Orleans 2018 Design Awards.

The Ozanam Inn Day Space and Big Class Writers’ Room, both Small Center design/build studio projects, were awarded the Divine Detail Award of Merit and Interior Architecture Award of Merit respectively. URBANbuild 12 received the Residential Honor Award.

The awards jury, led by Frank Harmon, FAIA, noted cohort of 19 winning projects as “refreshing and free of current clichés and mannerisms because they are rooted in the culture of their place.”

Click below to read more about each project.

Divine Detail Award of Merit: Ozanam Inn Day Space – Small Center

Interior Architecture Award of Merit: Big Class Writers' Room - Small Center

Residential Honor Award: URBANbuild 12

Tags: 
Current Students, Faculty
Initiatives: 
Albert and Tina Small Center for Collaborative Design, URBANbuild
Degree: 
Architecture
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