2018 WINNERS

AIA OHIO STUDENT DESIGN AWARDS
ALL SUBMISSIONSPROGRAM GUIDLINES

2018 JURY

Hallie DelVillan, Assoc. AIA

Bialosky | Cleveland, OH

Ruth Gless, FAIA

Lincoln Street Studio | Columbus, OH

Burt Marzley, AIA

Sol Harris/Day | Akron, OH

Veronica Pochet, AIA

Levin Porter | Dayton, OH

Matthew Schottelkotte, AIA

GBBN Architects | Cincinnati, OH

FIRST PLACE

SAINT LOUIS AMAZON HEADQUARTERS. SAINT LOUIS

Md Abdul Kader | Miami University

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Jury Comments

  • Great concept at all levels, beautiful presentation. The massing of the building is nicely handled.
  • Well thought out presentation, nice diagrams and strong attractive ground floor concept.
  • The design successfully creates an interactive public space in the ground level.  It is a beautiful graphical representation with a mixed of hand drawn, model and digital images.  Incorporates the required restaurant successfully into the design.  The first floor is dynamic, open and inviting.

SECOND PLACE

Alchemy

Josh Antilovic, John Arnaud, Alan Bossman, Caroline Bozzi, Jessica Dangelo, Logan Halterman, Lexy Martone, Kristopher Miller, Brent Nichols, Ben Romero, Bailey Stultz, Lauren Whitehurst, Chas Wiederhold, Russel Zimmerman, Shaun Baranyi, Cambrie Barowski, Justin Brown, Andrew Campbell, Daniel Castelle, JinHui Huang, Matthew Klump, Caleb Lang, Matt Miller, Paul Neidhard, Sanjay Sridhar, Professor Terry Boling, Dean Robert Probst, Professor Joe Girandola, Professor Matthew Wizinsky, Professor Danilo Palazzo and Professor Chris Auffrey | University of Cincinnati

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Jury Comments

  • Clear concept, beautiful execution, refined details
  • Enjoyed the simple materials used and the new spatial experience the structure creates.

 

    THIRD PLACE

    Addition to Westcott House Center, Springfield, OH

    Brian Hicks, Emily Waldinger, and John Knauft | Miami Univeristy

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    Jury Comments

    • Façade study celebrates Wright’s design principles without imitating it. Really well done design composition. 

     

      HONORABLE MENTION

      CYCLICALITY

      Alex Petruso| Kent State University


      Jury Comments

      • Enjoy the way that time is integrated into experiencing a site.
      • Beautiful sections! I enjoy the thought behind the ever-changing tide and using that to create changing spaces.
      • Effectively uses diagrams to display the study of the changing tide. Interesting idea of the multiuse space that floods. Diagrammatic and renderings allows us to see the design process.

      HONORABLE MENTION

      Rethinking URBAN VOIDS

      Nazia Tarannum | Miami University


      Jury Comments

      •  The analysis and diagramming are outstanding.
      • Very well presented. In one of the most densely populated cities in the world I appreciate the sensitivity to preserving space through consistent identifiable elements. Graphics and design are culturally relevant, beautiful presentation.
      • Good idea to reuse the voids of a crowded city for opportunity spaces.

      HONORABLE MENTION

      a disturbance of memory on Sutro Bath: the uncanny of the ruins

      Kiana Memarandadgar | University of Cincinnati


      Jury Comments

      • Minimalism should be celebrated in student work since developing self-restraint is much harder than the many exuberant forms we see every day.
      • A conceptual project, ethereal.
      • Nice graphics, poetic design strategically placed on the site.