The 25 Year Award recognizes completed building projects — either individual buildings or groups of buildings — completed at least 25 but not more than 50 years ago. The projects must have been designed by firms with architects registered and practicing professionally in Minnesota.
The 25 Year Award recognizes completed, built projects - either individual buildings or groups of buildings. Projects must be completed after January 1, 1967, and before December 31, 1992. Note: Use the first date when a certificate of occupancy is issued. Entries must have been designed by firms with architects registered and practicing professionally in Minnesota.
Entries must be nominated or submitted by a current AIA Minnesota member. Nominations may be made by any AIA Minnesota member; the nominator does not need to be the original architect on the project.
Submissions will be judged by a jury to include: a past 25 Year Award recipient or University of Minnesota, College of Design faculty member; a past Young Architects Award recipient; and a new AIA Minnesota Fellow.
Submissions must include a minimum of three exterior images, three interior images, and one site plan. The deadline for awards submissions for 2017 has passed.
25 Year Award Recipient - 2017
AIA Minnesota is proud to announce that the Herman Miller Design Yard, designed by MSR Design is the recipient of the 2017 AIA Minnesota 25 Year Award. Project team members from MSR include: Lynn Barnhouse, Jeff Kelley, Thomas Meyer, FAIA, James Larson, Barry Petit, and Garth Rockcastle, FAIA.
Read the press release.
25 Year Award Recipients
Download a list of past 25 Year Award recipients.
Questions? Contact AIA Minnesota.