The entries were judged by an independent panel of architects without the participation of any member of the stone industry, according to the BSI. The projects were considered for their excellence in concept, design, construction and use of natural stone.
Presenting the awards was Peter H. Dominick, FAIA, senior principal and director of design of the Urban Design Group in Denver, who served as chairman of the architectural awards jury. Additional jury members included George Hoover, FAIA, founder and design architect of the Denver-based firm AE7 Hoover Desmond Architects, and chairman of the Department of Architecture at the University of Colorado; and Robert Murase, FASLA, of Robert Murase Associates of Portland, OR.
This year's winners in the category of "Non-Residential Building Completed Within the Last Five Years" included:
Among those honored in the category of "Residential Structure Completed Within the Last Five Years" were:
There was also a winner in a combined category of both "Residential and Landscape."
Peridian International, Inc., Newport Beach, CA; The Herbst Residence, Las Vegas, NV
Winners in the category of "Landscape in a Non-Residential Site Development" included:
In the category of a "Renovation or Restoration Project Completed Within the Last Five Years," the winners were: