The Campbell Sports Center, 4 World Trade Center and Donald Judd’s studio were among the New York City projects recognized for their design by the New York chapter of the American Institute of Architects this year.
Maki and Associates was awarded for its glassy design of Silverstein Properties’ 72-story office tower, 4 World Trade Center at 150 Greenwich Street, which opened in November.
Architecture Research Office also took home honors for its airy renovation of 101 Spring Street in Soho, the onetime home and studio of artist Donald Judd, who lived and worked in the building until his death in 1994.
Also recognized: Columbia University’s new deconstructivist-style Campbell Sports Center, designed by starchitect Steven Holl in a partnership with Chris McVoy. The 48,000-square-foot structure was built as a grand entrance to the school’s Baker Athletics Complex in one of Manhattan’s least developed neighborhoods at Broadway and 218th Street.
Merit award recipients included Morris Adjmi Architects for its design of 250 Bowery and Selldorf Architects for its Sunset Park Material Recovery Facility. [Curbed] — Angela Hunt