K+S is proud to share that two of our projects have won AIA Chicago 2012 design awards!
Our project for Tishman Speyer at 1730 Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington DC has received a Divine Detail Special Recognition Award, with the jury commenting that the added facade is a “new way of thinking.”
Our S.N. Shure Theater in Niles IL has received the presitigious Interior Architecture Honor Award, the highest award that can be bestowed upon an interiors project.
We thank our great teams of consultants on these projects for their help and expertise, our forward-thinking clients who recognize that good design is good business, and the AIA jury members who found interest in our work.
The shortlist has been released, and Krueck+Sexton’s solution for affordable & sustainable housing in Chicago has been chosen to continue in the final phase of the competition! All competing projects are posted on Building Trust International’s facebook page. Check out our ideas, formulated with the help of our partner Mercy Housing Lakefront, and “like” it here.
It’s Official! Last month Tom Jacobs, AIA, was awarded a Young Architect Award from AIA President Jeffery Potter and CEO Robert Ivy. Congratulations Tom!
Tom and Zurich talk about being a 2012 Young Architect Recipient by the National AIA, an honor which will be awarded to Tom at the convention in Washington DC the week of 5/14/2012.
Read the interview in this month’s issue of Chicago Architect Magazine!
Preview our copy of A to Z with Thomas Jacobs.
Tom Jacobs was recently the feature of an article in the Riverside-Brookfield Landmark, which outlined his recent recognition as a 2012 Young Architect by the American Institute of Architects.
Read the article Building for the future
Tom Jacobs has been recognized by the National AIA as a 2012 Young Architect. The award is given to individuals who have shown exceptional leadership and who have made significant contributions to the profession in an early stage of their career. The AIA Jury highlighted Tom’s tireless dedication and devotion to the practice of architecture, to his clients, team members, and students, noting that his guidance and aspiration for the profession is infectious! Congratulations Tom, we are all very honored to work with you!
The new Spertus Institute of Jewish Studies Building in downtown Chicago recently became the city’s first green museum after being awarded a Silver Level LEED certification from the US Green Building Council. This makes Spertus Institute the first LEED-certified building in the city’s Historic Michigan Boulevard District. The LEED certification is the latest in a series of honors the building has received since it was completed in 2008. These include three AIA awards, including the highly coveted Louis Sullivan Award; the Commission on Chicago Landmarks’ Excellence in New Infill Construction Award, and Interior Design Magazine’s Best of Year Award.