2017 AIACC Residential Awards: Jonathan Segal, FAIA Recognized

Congratulations to Jonathan Segal, FAIA and team for their recognition in the 2017 AIA California Council Residential Awards!

Merit Award
The North Parker

Merit Award
Mr Robinson

About the AIACC Residential Awards:

American Institute of Architects, California Council (AIACC), proudly announces this year’s Residential Design Award Recipients—thirteen living spaces with programs equally as different and equally as well-thought out and executed.

On a sunny September Friday in San Francisco, four jurors convened to deliberate, discuss and cull down a cadre of projects from an outstanding pile of submissions from California architects, or residences in California. The jurors had a difficult job ahead of them, but they succeeded in determining the best from the best. They intensely discussed as they narrowed with accurate, careful and extreme specificity.

This year’s jury was comprised of four dynamic voices within the architecture world and included Matthew Kreilich, AIA, Mary Griffin, FAIA, Lawrence Scarpa, FAIA, and James Zack, AIA. These four worked on a finely-honed instinct combined with a palette of deep understanding of how residential programs can work at their best and still encompass the proverbial definition of high design

They picked a range within the thirteen ultimately chosen, but were particularly impressed with the caliber of work. One juror commented on a strategy of theirs. “I look for lively yet restrained with a large amount of real intellect and play, if that makes sense.” Turns out this jury, despite some friendly debate over certain projects, were all looking for the exceptionally smart—and looking also to residences that can solve problems within the community as well as be aesthetically pleasing.

Following is a list of the for projects awarded. However, like every architect and every structure, there is a unique story. To find out more or to schedule an interview, contact Shannon Calder at 916.642.1718, scalder@aiacc.org.

To view a full gallery of this year’s projects, click here.