Museum Receives Another AIA Architecture Award

Foundation Hall is seen empty with the slurry wall and Last Column illuminated at its center.
The Honor Award for Architecture honors design excellence in completed buildings. (Photo: Amy Dreher)

The 9/11 Memorial Museum has received another award from the American Institute of Architects, or AIA, for excellence in architecture.

The Museum and Davis Brody Bond, the firm that designed the Museum, received an Honor Award for Architecture from AIA’s New York chapter, making the Museum one of seven projects worldwide to earn the award. The Honor Award recognizes design excellence in completed buildings. Read more here.

Winning projects will be on display at the Center for Architecture from April 23 to June 17. View a PDF of the Museum’s submission here.

Prior to this award, the AIA honored the Museum with the 2014 National AIA Award for Interior Architecture. The Museum has also earned various architecture awards from media outlets such as Contract magazine, Architect Magazine, Architect’s Newspaper and Interior Design Magazine.

By Jordan Friedman, 9/11 Memorial Research and Digital Projects Associate

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