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AIA's Medal of Honor presented to New York-based Ennead Architects

Ennead Architects was awarded the prestigious Medal of Honor by the American Institute of Architects New York Chapter at its 2012 Honors and Awards Luncheon held Wednesday at Cipriani Wall Street. Since 1917, the AIANY has awarded the Medal of Honor, the Chapter’s highest honor, to a member or firm for distinguished work and high professional standing, reinforcing the AIA’s central principle: design matters.

An internationally recognised studio in New York City, Ennead is known for its cultural, educational, scientific, and governmental work. The studio’s collaborative process is rooted in extensive research involving the analysis of context, program, public image, emerging technologies and a commitment to sustainable solutions. Recent projects include the Natural History Museum in Utah and The William H. Neukom Building at Stanford Law School

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