41 Winners; Australia Project Wins First Craftsmanship Award

RESTON, Va.— The Brick Industry Association (BIA) has awarded the 2020 Brick in Architecture Awards, the nation’s premier design competition featuring clay brick.

From 120 entries, 41 global winners featured in this video span the United States, Australia, Canada, China and Germany with eight Best in Class winners.

An Australian project captured the competition’s first Craftsmanship Award recognizing an individual or team of masons with artful or unique brick installation.

“These exceptional projects show there’s virtually no limit to brick as a leading element of sustainable design,” said Ray Leonhard, BIA’s President and CEO.

The 2020 Best in Class winners include:

Commercial

United States Land Port of Entry

Columbus, New Mexico

Architect: Richter Architects

Brick Manufacturer: Summit Brick Company

Educational (Higher Education)

University of Kansas Medical Center Health Education Building

Kansas City, Kansas

Architect: CO Architects

Brick Manufacturer: Sioux City Brick (subsidiary of Glen-Gery)

Educational (K-12)

Taft Freshman Academy

Chicago, Illinois

Architect: STL Architects

Brick Manufacturer: Interstate Brick

Historic Renovation

University of Notre Dame’s Main Building

South Bend, Indiana

Architect: University of Notre Dame

Brick Manufacturer: The Belden Brick Company

Brick Distributor: Rose Brick

Renovation Specialist: Masonry Cosmetics, Inc.

International (also the Craftsmanship Winner)

Midland Campus, Curtin University

Perth, Western Australia, Australia

Architect: Silver Thomas Hanley Architecture / Lyons Architecture

Brick Manufacturer: Austral Bricks 

Paving & Landscaping

First Responders Park

Westerville, Ohio

Architect: POD Design

Brick Manufacturer: The Belden Brick Company

Brick Distributor: Hamilton Parker Company

Residential – Multifamily

1720 Fairmount Avenue

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Architect: CannoDesign

Manufacturer: Palmetto Brick Company

Brick Distributor: Diener Brick Company

 Residential – Single Family

High Park Residence

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Architect: Batay-Csorba Architects

Manufacturer: Glen-Gery Corporation

Brick Distributor: Mason’s Masonry Supply, Ltd.

Craftmanship Award Winner

Midland Campus, Curtin University

Perth, Western Australia, Australia

Architect: Silver Thomas Hanley Architecture / Lyons Architecture

Mason Contractor: PWD Construction

Brick Manufacturer: Austral Bricks

The 2020 judges include Chad Christie, AIA, LEED®, BD+C, Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates, PC; Mary Demro, A&E Design; Emily Ray, AIA, Wheeler Kearns Architects and Grant Thome, AIA, Legacy LEED® AP, Hollis + Miller Architects.

See BIA’s list of all winners and Photo Gallery. More information: Tricia Mauer: tmauer@bia.org or 703-674-1539.

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