Project of the Month

The Project of the Month program is a juried review of architect-designed projects including commercial, industrial and multi-family residential buildings for monthly publication in the Daily Journal of Commerce.

Check out the latest Project of the Month on djc.com.

2014 Projects of the Month

Reclamation Drive-Thru, Starbucks (January)
Goodwill Training and Job Education Center, Mithun (February)
Lake Washington High School, McGranahan Architects (April)
Odegaard Undergraduate Library Renovation, The Miller Hull Partnership (June)
King Street Station Renovation, ZGF Architects (July)
Pike Place Market Renovation, SRG Partnership (August)

2013 Projects of the Month

[storefront], Olson Kundig Architects (February)
Lakeland Elementary School, DLR Group (March)
Q Nightclub, Bowlin Cywinski Jackson (April)
Nathan Hale High School Modernization, Mahlum (May)
Brightwater Center, Mithun (June)
University of Washington West Campus Housing Phase I, Mahlum (July)
Woodland Park Zoo West Entrance, Weinstein A|U (August)
Gates Foundation Visitors Center, Olson Kundig Architects (September)
Seattle Public Utilities South Transfer Station, The Miller | Hull Partnership (October)
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church Renovation, atelierjones (November)

All Honor Awards submissions (except single-family homes) located within one hour of Seattle are automatically considered for the Project of the Month program.

2017 Honor Awards Winners

AIA Seattle hosted the 67th annual Honor Awards for Washington Architecture to celebrate excellence in design. Across the spectrum of project types, the jury commended the strong design culture represented by both the breadth and quality of submitted projects, and applauded the winners for their masterful use of materials and high marks on building craft. Read more

Design in Public

Installation Power of Consequence by Signal Architecture + Research & Equinox Studios COG at the 2017 Seattle Design Festival Block Party

Seattle Design Festival 2017: POWER

The 2017 Seattle Design Festival was September 9-22. Read more

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