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AIA Small Projects Awards winners announced

Eleven projects in three categories were selected

View of interior of large, high-ceilinged space with large expanse of windows on the lower portion of the wall opening onto greenery and beamed ceilings.
The De Maria Pavilion in Bridgehampton, New York was selected as a winner of the under-5,000-square-feet category.
All photos via Dezeen

The American Institute of Architects (AIA) has announced the recipients for the 2017 Small Project Awards, a program which recognizes architects of small projects and promotes excellence in small-project design.

Now in its fourteenth year, the program has selected 11 projects in three categories from all over the United States. The categories are architectural designs or objects completed for under $150,000; architectural designs or objects measuring up to 5,000 square feet; and small projects completed for under $1,500,000.

Take a look at the winners below, which range from a pavilion to micro cabins in Colorado to a transitional housing facility in Portland, then head to the AIA for full descriptions of the winning projects.

Small project construction, object, work of environmental art, or architectural design element up to $150,000 in construction cost

La Cage aux Folles, Los Angeles by Warren Techentin Architecture

Colorado Outward Bound Micro Cabins in Leadville, Colorado, by University of Colorado, College of Architecture and Planning, Colorado Building Workshop

Sunset Pavilion in Firestone, Colorado, by Tomecek Studio Architecture

Small project construction, up to $1.5 million in construction cost

Lightbox in Point Roberts, Washington, by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson

Laura's Place in Portland, Oregon, by Architecture Building Culture

Little House in Seabeck, Washington, by MW Works

Prospect House in Dripping Springs, Texas, by Max Levy Architect

Gemma Observatory in New Hampshire by Anmahian Winton Architects

Small project construction, object, work of environmental art, or architectural design under 5,000 square feet

Funny Girl Farm Produce Barn in Durham, North Carolina, by Szostak Design, Inc.

Lady Bird Loo in Austin, Texas, by Mell Lawrence Architects

De Maria Pavilion in Bridgehampton, New York, by Gluckman Tang Architects

Via: AIA, Dezeen