During its 50 years of practice Bohlin Cywinski Jackson has achieved an extraordinary record of design achievement. The firm is the recipient of 8 national Honor Awards from the American Institute of Architects and has received over 625 awards recognizing the firm’s design abilities.
This record of consistent achievement was recognized by the American Institute of Architects which awarded Bohlin Cywinski Jackson the 1994 Architecture Firm Award. This award is the highest honor the Institute bestows upon any single architectural practice and recognizes the extraordinary quality of design achieved by the firm since its founding.
|AIA Pittsburgh Honor Award||Kent State University, Design Innovation Hub|
|SCUP Excellence Award, Building Additions, Renovation or Adaptive Reuse||Kent State University, Design Innovation Hub|
|SCUP Excellence Award, New Building||Carnegie Mellon University, ANSYS Hall|
|GBCA Excellence in Craftsmanship Award||University of Pennsylvania, Lauder College House and Gutmann College House|
|AIA Northeastern Pennsylvania Award of Excellence||Light Path|
|Residential Architect Design Awards Honor Award||Light Path|
|AIA Northwest + Pacific Region Honor Award||Boundary Point Cabin|
|AIA Pittsburgh Merit Award||Carnegie Mellon University, TCS Hall|
|AIA Pittsburgh Honor Award||Waldorf School of Pittsburgh, Heartwood Annex|
|AIA San Francisco Design Award, Interior Architecture||Blue Bottle Cafes|