AIA Portland Presents 2nd Annual Portland 2030 Challenge Design Awards
November 2011 | 2030 Challenge
First Place Winner: Lincoln Hall, Boora
Runner Up: Clif Bar Headquarters, ZGF
Honorable Mention: Port of Portland, ZGF
For the second year in a row, Architecture 2030, in collaboration with AIA Portland and their Committee on the Environment (COTE) and the BetterBricks Initiative of the Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance, presented the 2030 Challenge Design Awards in recognition of design excellence towards meeting the 2030 Challenge reduction targets. The awards were presented at Portland AIA COTE’s annual Green Champion Summit. Winners were selected from projects submitted for the AIA Portland 2011 Design Awards.
In addition to reduced energy consumption, which is the hallmark of meeting the 2030 Challenge, submissions were required to include a calculation of operational carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions- building on the previous two years when the calculations were optional. For the general Design Awards, jurors were made aware of these CO2 calculations so to consider them along with other design elements.
The following Portland 2030 Challenge Design Awards were presented at Portland AIA COTE’s annual Green Champion Summit:
First-Place Winner: Lincoln Hall, Boora Architects
Runner-Up: Clif Bar Headquarters, Zimmer Gunsul Frasca Architects
Honorable Mention: Port of Portland, Zimmer Gunsul Frasca Architects
AIA Portland’s adoption of the 2030 Challenge design targets and its incorporation of the CO2 emissions calculations into the competition demonstrate a commitment to a low-carbon future and step forward in understanding the full meaning of design excellence.
Architecture 2030 welcomes all AIA components adopt 2030 Challenge targets as part of their competitions.
Architecture 2030’s mission is to rapidly transform the built environment from the major contributor of greenhouse gas emissions to a central solution to the climate crisis.
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