ikon.5 architects Receives AIA-NJ Design Award - Firm Honored for Work on SUNY New Paltz Building -

Princeton, N.J.-based ikon.5 architects has been awarded a Merit Award in the Non-Residential Built category by the New Jersey chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA-NJ) for the Campus Commons, a three-level, 12,000-square-foot expansion of the 1970 student union at the State University of New York at New Paltz.The expressive, angular shape of the glass-sheathed building with a jutting apex is an architectural reference to the rock outcroppings of the distant Shawangunk Ridge, a major rock-climbing destination that is a distinctive part of the campus' natural setting.Read the full article on the link below.

Princeton, N.J.-based ikon.5 architects has been awarded a Merit Award in the Non-Residential Built category by the New Jersey chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA-NJ) for the Campus Commons, a three-level, 12,000-square-foot expansion of the 1970 student union at the State University of New York at New Paltz.

The expressive, angular shape of the glass-sheathed building with a jutting apex is an architectural reference to the rock outcroppings of the distant Shawangunk Ridge, a major rock-climbing destination that is a distinctive part of the campus' natural setting.

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600450 ikon.5 architects Receives AIA-NJ Design Award - Firm Honored for Work on SUNY New Paltz Building - glassonweb.com
Date: 4 June 2012
Source: www.paramuspost.com

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