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Old Posted Jan 16, 2018, 3:45 AM
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No AIA 25-Year Award for 2018: What would you nominate from 1983-1993?

Since the jury that represents all 90,000 AIA members couldn't come up with one building built between 1983 and 1993 that is good and has stood the test of time, what would you nominate from this often maligned era of architecture?

Why the AIA is NOT Awarding Anyone the Twenty-Five Year Award in 2018

The AIA award recognizes buildings that have “stood the test of time for 25-35 years and continues to set the standards of excellence for its architectural design and significance.”

"The jury felt that there were submissions that appeal to architects and there were those that appeal to the public. The consensus was that the Twenty-five Year Award should appeal to both. Unfortunately, this year the jury did not find a submission that it felt achieved twenty-five years of exceptional aesthetic and cultural relevance while also representing the timelessness and positive impact the profession aspires to achieve."

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