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2-2013-22_086_sharp_newsThe Claire T Carney Library at U. Mass, Dartmouth. Congratulations to the team at designLAB Architects: Ben Youtz, Kelly Haigh and Bob Miklos!

 

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Congratulations to Perkins + Will for their Excellence Award in AIA Georgia’s 2016 Design Competition!

Architect: Perkins + Will

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It’s another winning project in the AIA Georgia Design Competition! Congrats to Collins Cooper Carusi and once again to Perkins + Will!

Architect: Collins Cooper Carusi Architects in collaboration with Perkins + Will

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I’m excited about the new category I’ve created on my website called “Personal Work”! Please follow this link to see what I see. http://www.hillyerphoto.com/Personal-Work/Color/1

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One of three homes that I photographed for the upcoming PBS Special,

10 Homes that Changed America.

Architect: Alexander Jackson Davis

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AIA Atlanta Headquarters Wins AIA Georgia Merit Award

Architect: 5G Studio Collaborative

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The Atlanta Contemporary Art Center Wins AIA Georgia Honor Award.

Architect: BLDGS

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Another Award for the Nemours Children’s Hospital. It has already won the IIDA 2013

Best of the Best Award, IIDA 2013 Top Honor in Healthcare,

Interior Design 2013 Best of the Year Finalist-Healthcare, AIA Orlando 2013 Design Award of Honor,

Boston Society of Architecture 2015 Honor Award.

Architect of Record / Design Architect: Stanley Beaman & Sears. Associate Architect:

Perkins + Will.

 

Los Trompos exhibit at the High Museum of Art, Atlanta.

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As many times as I have photographed from roof tops, it’s a lucky thing that I don’t get the jitters up there. Just some really great views!

Designers of the Los Trompos Exhibit: Héctor Esrawe and Ignacio Cadena, Mexico

Claire T. Carney Library, University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth Wins 2015 National AIA/ALA Library Building Award.

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Another award win for designLAB Architects transformation of Paul Rudolph’s brutalist vision; this inelegant giant, tamed and delicate, its soul so beautifully enclosed in a steel and glass jewelry box.

 

Architect: designLAB architects