The design for Arpent: University of Manitoba Campus Master Plan in Winnipeg, Canada, won Maury Mitchell (B.Arch. ’03) an Honor Award in the 2014 Fay Jones Alumni Design Awards, a competition held by the Fay Jones School of Architecture to recognize outstanding work being done by alumni. (Image courtesy Maury Mitchell)
2014 Fay Jones Alumni Design Award Winners
Designs for residential, educational, religious, fitness, medical, cultural, commercial, historic and public urban spaces – even a boardwalk and a playhouse – were among 34 projects vying for recognition in this year’s alumni design awards competition. After careful review, the three-member jury chose five projects for accolades – resulting in one Honor Award, one Merit Award, two Honorable Mentions and one Special Distinction for Preservation.
The alumni design awards were announced and presented April 11 during the school’s annual Honors Recognition Reception and Ceremony at the Arkansas Union on the University of Arkansas campus in Fayetteville.
Maury Mitchell won an Honor Award for Arpent: University of Manitoba Campus Master Plan in Winnipeg, Canada. Mitchell (B.Arch. ’03) is with Janet Rosenberg & Studio in Toronto.
Reese Rowland, Dustin Davis, Mandy Breckenridge and Joe Stanley won a Merit Award for the Hillary Rodham Clinton Children’s Library and Learning Center in Little Rock. Rowland (B.Arch. ’90), Davis (B.Arch. ’00), Breckenridge (B.Arch. ’04) and Stanley (B.Arch. ’69) are with Polk Stanley Wilcox Architects in Little Rock.
Aaron Young won an Honorable Mention for SandRidge Commons in Oklahoma City. Young (B.Arch. ’95) is with Rogers Partners in New York.
Tony Patterson won an Honorable Mention for American Card Services in Chesterfield, Mo. Patterson (B.Arch. ’00) practices in St. Louis, Mo.
Reese Rowland, Steve Kinzler, John Dupree, Russell Worley and Megan Balmer were recognized with Special Distinction for Preservation for the Fort Smith Regional Art Museum in Fort Smith. Rowland (B.Arch. ’90), Kinzler (B.Arch. ’73), Worley (B.Arch. ’09) and Balmer (BID ’10) are with Polk Stanley Wilcox Architects in Little Rock. Dupree (B.Arch. ’69) is formerly with the firm.
Jury members for the awards competition were all faculty members of the Fay Jones School: Kim Furlong, assistant professor of interior design; Marc Manack, assistant professor of architecture; and Carl Smith, associate professor of landscape architecture.