Architecture student, alumni receive Inform Awards
Graduate architecture student Reza Mousavynejad has received a 2014 Inform Award for his project “Lotus: A Kinetic Luminary Object.” The awards jury, chaired by Kate Schwennsen, FAIA, and comprised of faculty members from Clemson University, selected Mousavynejad’s project as one of two winners in the Object category.
Firms led by Virginia Tech architecture alumni also received 2014 Inform Awards in the Interiors category. David Jameson Architect Inc. (B.Arch. 1990) received an award for the Dahlonega Residence in Bethesda, MD, and Boggs & Partners Architects (Joseph Boggs, B.Arch. 1972) were honored for the Thomas P. O’Neill Jr. Federal Office Building in Washington, DC.
The 23rd annual design awards program is sponsored by Inform magazine, published by the Virginia Society of the American Institute of Architects in online (http://readinform.com) and bi-monthly print (Inform: Architecture + Design in the Mid-Atlantic) versions.