Halflants + Pichette Win Three AIA Awards

Architecture

SRQ DAILY WEDNESDAY PHILANTHROPY EDITION WEDNESDAY AUG 1, 2018

Halflants + Pichette Principal Michael Halflants was awarded the prestigious Medal of Honor for Design from the Florida chapter of the American Institute of Architects. The Medal of Honor is the highest award for design that AIA Florida can bestow on an architect. The Medal of Honor recognizes an individual who has distinguished himself by the high quality and originality of his work and provided inspiration to colleagues. The jury consisted of the past award recipients. The Donnelly Condominium renovation project was awarded the highest interior design award. Only two interiors were recognized with an Honor Award of Excellence. The design-built condominium is on the 15th floor of Siesta Key’s Terrace Building, originally designed in 1969 by Frank Folsom Smith. And the design-built Guberman-Kennedy Residence was selected among 300 entries as the only residence in Florida to receive an Honor Award of Excellence. The jury consisted of renowned architects out of London.

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