When we moved to The Navy Yard in 2007, we converted five decommissioned, historic buildings into a 250,000 square feet corporate campus. The result? A one-of-a-kind, unique amalgamation of old and new. A working environment with an incredible sensitivity to historic character while also incorporating our style. The renovations were recognized by several awards, all of which share a common theme – appreciating, protecting and developing historic architecture.
Celebrates projects that give respect to architecture's rich history, specifically URBN refashioning and salvaging the Navy Yard with an artistic vengeance, resulting in a revitalized corporate community.
Celebrates individuals, organizations and projects that exemplify outstanding historic preservation.
Recognizes achievements for architectural advancements, which informs the community of the value and the contributions of good building design.
From new organizations to established offices, ArchDaily's selection includes projects that show assertive use of materials, structural challenges and new design approaches, which are recognized and appreciated by its employees, guests, and visitors.
Whether highlighting adaptive reuse renovations or slick and pristine projects, AIA Minnesota Honor Awards gives credit to timeless projects with permanence.
Highlights entrepreneurs and corporations that implement a thoughtful, well-executed workplace with the notion that an impactful design will positively impact profit.
Recognizes leadership and demonstrating exceptional commitment to historic preservation.
Honors dedication to the protection of historically and architecturally compelling properties.
Honors action to preserve historic buildings and sites that were once on the verge of dilapidation. Places that tell past stories, but now provide a vibrant future for today and tomorrow's generation.
Recognizes all around, superior development process - design, architecture, land planning, development, public affairs, finance and more. It is a reminder that effective land use can result in a community's longevity.
A chance for cities, developers and students to receive recognition for their waterfront designs.