Winning Formulas: Daniels in Special AIA COTE Top Ten issue

Posted on December 23rd, 2019 by Nicole Sakr

Posted under: _Daniels Building, Awards, Press

Last Spring the Daniels Building was selected as an AIA COTE Top Ten Award recipient. In an end-of-year reflection on AIA’s evolving measures of not only sustainability but on Design Excellence, ARCHITECT Magazine revisited the ten award-winning projects that “represent the pinnacle of green architecture”. On the Daniels Building Edward Keegan, AIA and Clay Risen write “From the beginning, [NADAAA and local architect Adamson Associates] saw the brief in three parts: make the building sustainable, make it a teaching tool for design students, and knit it back into the surrounding community. The overarching goal was to leverage the existing building’s resources wherever possible while minimizing the impact of new materials.”

Read the full piece on Daniels HERE. More on AIA’s evolving measures HERE.

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North Hall wins AIA Rhode Island Honor Award

Posted on December 12th, 2019 by Nicole Sakr

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NADAAA is happy to share that the RISD North Hall project has won the 2019 AIA Rhode Island Honor Award. Jury comments can be found HERE and other winning projects can be found HERE.

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Villa Varoise wins Interior Design Best of Year Award!

Posted on December 9th, 2019 by Nicole Sakr

Posted under: _Villa Varoise, Awards

See all 2019 Best of Year winners HERE.

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Power Picket on Archello

Posted on December 5th, 2019 by Nicole Sakr

Posted under: _Power Picket, Press

NADAAA’s public urban art project in Austin can be seen on Archello.

“The NADAAA intervention on the periphery of the substation adopts the centrifugal pull of its edges to create out of the remaining liminal spaces some idea of the public realm. The precast Power Picket project is the defining liner of this fringe space, giving definition to what is ostensibly a ‘terrain vague’, curiously absorbed by the onslaught of commercial development.”

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