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Who deserves to win the 2016 AIA|DC Chapter Design Awards?

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Cast your vote before December 15

Until 12 p.m. EST on December 15, the public has the chance to decide which finalists of this year’s AIA|DC Chapter Design Awards truly deserve the grand prize. With over 200 submissions, the awards jury was able to narrow down to 16 finalists for four categories.

The categories include: Urban Design/Master Planning, Historic Resources, Interior Architecture, and Architecture.

In order to vote, simply like the AIA|DC Facebook page and then like your favorite photo in the 2016 Chapter Design Awards album. Only one vote is allowed, so be sure to like only one picture. If you’re one of the few who don’t use Facebook, no worries. You can also vote using this online survey.

The winners of the four awards will be unveiled on December 15 at the District Architecture Center in Washington, D.C.

The jury of this year’s design awards included Carol Ross Barney of Ross Barney Architects, Clive Wilkinson of Clive Wilkinson Architects, Kulapat Yantrasast of wHY Architects, Philip Chen of Ann Beha Architects, and Wendy Pautz of LMN Architects.

Below, take a look at the full list of the finalists:

Merit Award in Urban Design/Master Planning

Augusta Georgia Housing by Suzane Reatig Architecture

Excellence Awards in Urban Design/Master Planning

Constitution Gardens by Rogers Partners and PWP Landscape Architecture

King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center Master Plan by HOK

Merit in Interior Architecture

Bloomberg by LSM

Covington by LSM

One Franklin Square Building Enhancements by STUDIOS Architecture

Sherber + Rad by David Jameson Architect

Merit in Historic Resources

Smithsonian Arts and Industries Building by SmithGroupJJR

Excellence in Historic Resources

Restoration of the Historic Watchbox, Washington Navy Yard by EYP Architecture and Engineering

Merit in Architecture

Woodside Residence by David Jameson Architect

Eagle Academy Public Charter School by Shinberg.Levinas Architects

Howard University Interdisciplinary Research Building by HDR Architecture

Snyder Sanctuary by Newman Architects

University of Pennsylvania, Neural and Behavioral Sciences Building by SmithGroupJJR

Excellence in Architecture

Fletcher's Mill by Richard Williams Architects

King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center Community Mosque by HOK