Three Hord Coplan Macht Projects Honored for Excellence in Architecture
Hord Coplan Macht is proud to announce that three of its projects received design awards from the American Institute of Architects (AIA), Maryland Society.
The firm’s Center for the Built Environment and Infrastructure Studies (CBEIS) at Morgan State University, designed in association with The FREELON Group, received the Society’s highest honor – Public Building of the Year.
The award-winning CBEIS building, which houses Morgan State’s School of Architecture and Planning as well as related engineering programs, was praised by the jury as “deftly addressing the primary issues facing public architecture – social space, environmental impact, and fiscal restraint. Working urbanistically, extending beyond its borders with its ‘street’, the building first acts to serve its neighbors and the campus.”
Also honored with Citation Awards was Ripley Street Folly, a unique kinetic installation and area of respite along the Capital Crescent Trail in Montgomery County, MD.
As well as the Barrie School Learning Studio and Research Lab, a modular classroom solution for an independent school in Silver Spring, MD.