Washington – WoodWorks – Wood Products Council has announced the winners of the 2022 Wood Design Awards, celebrating excellence and innovation in wood building design. The annual awards program recognizes building designers for their skill and ingenuity, and projects that demonstrate the attributes of wood that make it appealing.
“Wood stands the test of time as a nimble and sustainable building material. From a public library in D.C. to the first mass timber hotel in Texas to a ferry terminal in Washington, this year’s winning projects showcase wood’s flexibility on scales small and large,” said WoodWorks president and CEO, Jennifer Cover. “Beyond the technical innovations achieved in these buildings, they are simply beautiful to look at. They inspire tenants, passersby, and the industry at large while demonstrating how the design and construction community is responding to the need for more sustainable construction.”
Nominations from across the country were evaluated by an independent jury that included Jordan Komp, VP and office director, Thornton Tomasetti; Steve Durham, executive VP and director of collegiate, Kirksey Architects; and Thang Do, CEO/principal, Aedis Architects.
Jury’s Choice: Adidas North American Headquarters, Portland, OR
Multi-Family Wood Design: Granville1500, Los Angeles, CA
Commercial Wood Design — Mid-Rise: 1 De Haro, San Francisco, CA
Commercial Wood Design — Low-Rise: Girl Scouts Camp Lakota, Frazier Park, CA
Wood in Schools: MSU STEM Teaching and Learning Facility, East Lansing, MI
Wood in Government Buildings: Mukilteo Multimodal Ferry Terminal, Mukilteo, WA
Institutional Wood Design: Southwest Library, Washington, D.C.
Sustainable Wood Design: Hotel Magdalena, Austin, TX
Beauty of Wood: The Lighthouse, South San Fransisco, CA
Durable & Adaptable Wood Structures: Timber Adaptive Reuse Theater, Brooklyn, NY
The Norwell Public Library in Norwell, Mass. was named as a regional winner. The project team included Oudens Ello Architecture, architect; LeMessurier, structural engineer; Town of Norwell, owner/developer; and M. O’Connor Contracting, contractor. Regional winners also include:
G.K. Butterfield Transportation Center, Greenville, NC
Hidden Creek Community Center, Hillsboro, OR
Moxy Oakland Downtown, Oakland, CA
Mystic Creek Clubhouse, El Dorado, AR
Poplar Hall, Appleton, WI
The Soto, San Antonio, TX
University of Denver Burwell Center for Career Achievement, Denver, CO