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    niamhg
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    Anyone know who won at the AAI awards last friday?

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    Paul Clerkin
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    I have them but “Circulation of these results is restricted to entrants and members of the AAI until the exhibition in March 2002. All press coverage of the AAI Awards 2002 will be held back until then.”

    checking now to see if i can publish them here

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    niamhg
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    That would be great…Thanks. Someone I know had entered and has not been able to contact anone at the AAI since the announcements.

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    Paul Clerkin
    Keymaster

    The following are the results of the Architectural Association of Ireland¹s AAI Awards 2001 ­ the seventeenth in the series of annual awards for excellence in architectural design ­ which were adjudicated on Friday, 30th November.

    There were 122 applications and 121 entries received by the deadline ­ the highest numbers ever for the AAI Awards. All were deemed eligible.

    The AAI AWARDS 2002 exhibition will open in Dublin, in March 2002; it will also tour to other venues around the country.

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    Downes Bronze Medal

    The Downes Bronze Medal may be awarded at the discretion of the Assessors.
    This year, the jury awarded the Downes Bronze Medal to:

    #109 The Furniture College, Letterfrack
    O¹Donnell and Tuomey Architects

    AAI AWARDS

    The maximum number of AAI Awards is seven. This year the jury selected 3 projects for Awards. They are, in alphabetical order:

    #114 The Long House, Percy Lane, Dublin 4
    Grafton Architects

    #112 Urban Beehive ­ North King Street Apartments, Smithfield, Dublin 7
    Grafton Architects

    #110 The Liffey Boardwalk
    McGarry NíÉanaigh Architects

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    SPECIAL MENTIONS

    A number of entries may bed selected for Special Mention. This year the jury selected 9 projects for Special Mention. They are, in alphabetical order:

    #83 On Housing
    Roland Bosbach, BSPL

    #86 Holding Pattern
    de Paor Architects

    #113 Town Hall, Dunshaughlin, Co Meath
    Grafton Architects

    #120 Old Borough School and Parish Centre, Swords
    Paul Keogh Architects

    #49 Gallery 2, Douglas Hyde Gallery
    McCullough Mulvin Architects

    #64 Urban Housing ­ Apartments at 116 Grafton Street, Dublin 2
    McCullough Mulvin Architects

    #100 Extension to Tom¹s Bar, Co Laois
    Metis Architecture

    #6 National Museum of Country Life
    Architectural Services, Office of Public Works

    #9 Building the Home
    Dominic Stevens Architects

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    niamhg
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    Anyone know who won at the AAI awards last friday?

    #717764

    Paul Clerkin
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    I have them but “Circulation of these results is restricted to entrants and members of the AAI until the exhibition in March 2002. All press coverage of the AAI Awards 2002 will be held back until then.”

    checking now to see if i can publish them here

    #717765

    niamhg
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    That would be great…Thanks. Someone I know had entered and has not been able to contact anone at the AAI since the announcements.

    #717766

    Paul Clerkin
    Keymaster
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    The following are the results of the Architectural Association of Ireland¹s AAI Awards 2001 ­ the seventeenth in the series of annual awards for excellence in architectural design ­ which were adjudicated on Friday, 30th November.

    There were 122 applications and 121 entries received by the deadline ­ the highest numbers ever for the AAI Awards. All were deemed eligible.

    The AAI AWARDS 2002 exhibition will open in Dublin, in March 2002; it will also tour to other venues around the country.

    ………………………………………………………………….
    ………………………………………………………………….

    Downes Bronze Medal

    The Downes Bronze Medal may be awarded at the discretion of the Assessors.
    This year, the jury awarded the Downes Bronze Medal to:

    #109 The Furniture College, Letterfrack
    O¹Donnell and Tuomey Architects

    AAI AWARDS

    The maximum number of AAI Awards is seven. This year the jury selected 3 projects for Awards. They are, in alphabetical order:

    #114 The Long House, Percy Lane, Dublin 4
    Grafton Architects

    #112 Urban Beehive ­ North King Street Apartments, Smithfield, Dublin 7
    Grafton Architects

    #110 The Liffey Boardwalk
    McGarry NíÉanaigh Architects

    ………………………………………………………………….
    ………………………………………………………………….

    SPECIAL MENTIONS

    A number of entries may bed selected for Special Mention. This year the jury selected 9 projects for Special Mention. They are, in alphabetical order:

    #83 On Housing
    Roland Bosbach, BSPL

    #86 Holding Pattern
    de Paor Architects

    #113 Town Hall, Dunshaughlin, Co Meath
    Grafton Architects

    #120 Old Borough School and Parish Centre, Swords
    Paul Keogh Architects

    #49 Gallery 2, Douglas Hyde Gallery
    McCullough Mulvin Architects

    #64 Urban Housing ­ Apartments at 116 Grafton Street, Dublin 2
    McCullough Mulvin Architects

    #100 Extension to Tom¹s Bar, Co Laois
    Metis Architecture

    #6 National Museum of Country Life
    Architectural Services, Office of Public Works

    #9 Building the Home
    Dominic Stevens Architects

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