Jonathan Parks AIA Honored with Two Design Awards from AIA Tampa Bay

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Pictured: Element House, Sarasota, by SOLSTICE Planning and Architecture, Photographer Dylan Jon Wade Cox.

The American Institute of Architects (AIA) Tampa Bay Chapter named thirteen recipients of its highest annual Design Awards at the Celebrate Design awards reception on Friday, November 6th held virtually. Architect Jonathan Parks AIA of the Sarasota architecture firm SOLSTICE Planning and Architecture was bestowed with two design awards. The LEED Platinum residence Element House in Sarasota received the first ever Sustainability Award and the mixed-use project Rosemary Square in Sarasota was recognized with the Merit Award for excellence in design. “Our work is really focused on revealing the inherent beauty of each project,” explained Jonathan Parks AIA. “The Element House and Rosemary Square are very different in terms of size, scope, project type, and end-user but they are both based on the principals of regionalism, function, structure, natural light, and creating a true sense of place.

Pictured: Element House, Sarasota, by SOLSTICE Planning and Architecture, Photographer Dylan Jon Wade Cox.

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