An article on the "largely" biennial Maine chapter of the American Institute of
An article on the "largely" biennial Maine chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA-Maine) Design Awards, to be presented at Colby College in Waterville, on June 6. Nationally known jurors selected architect Jim Sterling for the Excellence Award, for his Preble Street Resource Center in Portland. The top residential design went to Carol Wilson of Falmouth for a modernist home on Chebeague Island. Honorable mention went to Auburn-based Harriman Associates' John Mitchell Center on the University of Southern Maine's Gorham campus, a "green" building created by Wright-Ryan Construction. Other honorable awards went to Oak Point Associates for their Biddeford Design Studio and John Gordon's Sorrento Guest House.
Architects, Architecture Maine, American Institute of Architects
"An article on the "largely" biennial Maine chapter of the American Institute of" (2006). Maine News Index – Portland Monthly. 1089.
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