Message from Noreen Yamane, Chancellor

We were notified by Urban Works Architectural Engineering that the Hale Aloha Renovation project was selected for the 2011 AIA Un-Built Design Award. This is the only Un-Built project to garner this award this year.

The AIA Honolulu’s Annual Design Awards is Hawaii’s oldest program of its type—held annually since 1958. Built and unbuilt projects submitted by local AIA members are judged on their merit by a distinguished jury of AIA architects. All project types are eligible for submission by members—from small home renovations to multi-million dollar resorts.

The Annual AIA Honolulu Design Awards Program provides an avenue for AIA Honolulu architects to be recognized by their peers for their effort and dedication to excellence in architectural design. In doing so, AIA Honolulu hopes to raise public consciousness, awareness of design excellence and the special role of AIA architects in the community. You can learn more information about this award by clicking on the link below:

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