Center for Architecture Sarasota Recognized by AIA Florida/Caribbean

Coconut Telegraph

 Guy Peterson Office for Architecture, the firm that led the renovation of the 1960 Scott Building in downtown Sarasota for the Center for Architecture Sarasota, has been recognized by the Florida AIA with the Honor Award for Historic Preservation/Restoration.  “It was a team effort. The Center for Architecture Sarasota provided the funding, University of Florida’s School of Architecture chose to locate its graduate program here, and Sarasota County provided this remarkable building for our long-term use.  In addition, general contractor Michael K. Walker gathered a remarkable group of contractors who donated a considerable amount of time, talent and product to help the non-profit.  And our generous benefactor, Nathalie Warren McCulloch, provided a significant gift which made it all possible,” said Peterson. The Florida Association of the American Institute of Architects hosts the annual Florida/Caribbean Honor and Design Awards to celebrate outstanding achievements in architecture and design. This program recognizes the work of architects in the region who contribute globally to the framework of the built environment; it is the region’s most prestigious awards program for the architectural profession.

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