Robert M. Gurney, FAIA, Architect, Q Street residence, Washington, DC. Photography: Maxwell MacKenzie. 
Jones & Boer Architects, West River House, Harwood, Maryland. Photography: Maxwell MacKenzie.
Robert M. Gurney, FAIA, Architect, House on Solitude Creek, St. Michaels, Maryland. Photography: Anice Hoachlander.
Kube Architecture, Salt + Pepper House, Washington, DC. Photography: Greg Powers. 
David Jameson Architect, Wildcat Mountain House, The Plains, Virginia. Photography: Paul Warchol.
Kube Architecture, Casa Abierta, Chevy Chase, Maryland. Photography: Paul Burk. 
Donald Lococo Architects, Historic City-House Renovation, Washington, DC. Photography: Gordon Beall.
Bonstra | Haresign Architects, The Sanctuary, Washington, DC. Photography: Eric Taylor. 
Barnes Vanze Architects Inc., Addition to a Pope House, Washington, DC. Photography: Anice Hoachlander.

2017 AIA Northern Virginia Design Awards

Recognizing architectural excellence and innovation in projects throughout the DC Metro area

On June 15, the AIA Northern Virginia chapter held its 2017 Design Awards celebration at Alexandria Renew Enterprises’ headquarters, designed by Rust | Orling Architects. A jury of Denver-area architects judged the competition, which included 144 submissions. Winning single-family residential and historic projects are shown here; for all others visit aianova.org/DA17.

RESIDENTIAL ARCHITECTURE

Award of Excellence  Robert M. Gurney, FAIA, Architect, Q Street residence, Washington, DC. Jones & Boer Architects, West River House, Harwood, Maryland.

Award of Merit
Robert M. Gurney, FAIA, Architect, House on Solitude Creek, St. Michaels, Maryland.

Jurors’ Citation
Kube Architecture, Salt + Pepper House, Washington, DC.

David Jameson Architect, Wildcat Mountain House, The Plains, Virginia.

Kube Architecture, Casa Abierta, Chevy Chase, Maryland.

Donald Lococo Architects, Historic City-House Renovation, Washington, DC.

HISTORIC ARCHITECTURE

Award of Excellence  Bonstra | Haresign Architects, The Sanctuary, Washington, DC.

Award of Merit  Barnes Vanze Architects Inc., Addition to a Pope House, Washington, DC.