The American Institute of Architects Colorado chapter (AIA Colorado) and its local sections (AIA Denver, AIA Colorado North and AIA Colorado South) recognized its 2015 architectural design and honor award recipients on Thursday, Oct. 15, during a Design Awards Gala held in Keystone, CO. Each of this year’s honorees were deserving members of the Colorado architecture community honored for their design excellence in the form of the built environment.

We extend our sincere congratulations to the following fellow AIA Colorado North Chapter members awarded architectural design awards.


Pearl Izumi
(Louisville, CO)

Honor Award for Commercial
by Arch11, Inc. (Boulder)


Cottage Black
(Aspen, CO)

Honor Award for Residential Large – More than $400,000
by Studio B Architects (Boulder / Aspen)


Ranch Remodel
(Boulder, CO)

Merit Award for Residential Small – Less than $400,000
by renée del gaudio architecture (Boulder)


North Point
(San Francisco, CA)

Citation Award for Residential Large – More than $400,000
by Mosaic Architects + Interiors (Boulder)


Conservatory Green ECE-8 School (Stapleton, CO)

Citation Award for Commercial – School for Early Childhood Through 8th Grade
by RB+B Architects (Fort Collins)


(Boulder, CO)

Citation Award for Commercial – Re-model/Building Transformation
by re:architecture (Boulder) – Lead Architect now with Studio Completiva, Inc. and designed collaboratively with 641West design (Louisville)


Jamestown Volunteer Fire Station (Jamestown, CO)

Citation Award for Commercial – Civic
by WORKSHOP8 (Boulder)

“We are extremely proud of this year’s Design Award honorees. Their accomplishments are reflective of the highest standards of professionalism, integrity and competence, and each contributes to the built environment surrounding us every day,” Cathy Rosset, Executive Vice President/CEO of AIA Colorado, said.