Two Projects Receive AIA Oregon Architecture Awards

By Hennebery Eddy

view from the top landing of an interior grand staircase with a large glass art installation suspended from the ceiling

Two Hennebery Eddy projects were honored in the 2023 AIA Oregon Architecture Awards program, recognizing architectural excellence and innovation while adhering to the AIA Framework for Design Excellence. Our rehabilitation of the historic Oregon Supreme Court building received a Citation Award for Change, and the Bozeman Community Food Co-op Addition received a Citation Award for Well-being. Both awards were presented during the AIA Oregon Architecture Awards celebration on Nov. 9.

view into an ornate courtroom with a stained-glass "Supreme Court" sign above the double door

The Oregon Supreme Court Rehabilitation embraces change by revitalizing a historically significant 1914 structure for its next 100 years. This project improved functionality, performance, and safety while meticulously preserving the character-defining features of this beautiful landmark. Spaces throughout the building were restored, rehabilitated, or renovated depending on their historical significance and integrity, and the rehabilitation achieved LEED Gold certification. Comments from the awards jury noted the project “excelled in balancing resiliency and preservation goals, ” and that the “technical detail was exemplary.” The Oregon Supreme Court Rehabilitation received a DeMuro Award from Restore Oregon and has received several engineering and industry recognitions.

Bozeman Community Food Coop

The Bozeman Community Food Co-op is more than a grocery store; it’s a thriving 23,000-square-foot community hub designed to enhance the health and well-being of employees and members. The design prioritizes regionally sourced natural materials, abundant daylight, and on-site renewable energy and green spaces, creating an environment that uplifts and nurtures health and happiness. The Citation for Well-being recognizes the design’s success in supporting the physical, mental, and emotional health of the Co-op’s occupants. The Co-op addition received an Honor Award from AIA Montana earlier this year, as well as an Award for Excellence in Sustainable Style from the City of Bozeman Beautification Advisory Board. Learn more about this project in our portfolio.

Congratulations to our clients and our extended project team partners!