Recognition

Yountville Community Hall

Yountville Town Center

Since the early 1990s, Siegel & Strain Architects has won over seventy local, state, national and international awards for design excellence, sustainability, historic preservation, and research. Highlights include four national Top Ten Green Project awards from the American Institute of Architects Committee on the Environment, as well as a national Progressive Architecture Award for architectural research.

 

2017

 

2016

 

2015

 

2014

 

2013

 

2012

 

2011

 

2010
  • Savings by Design & AIA California Council Award of Honor: Yountville Town Center
  • Good Green Design Award, European Centre for Architecture / Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture & Design: Portola Valley Town Center
  • Design & Build with FSC, Commercial/Institutional, Honorable Mention: Portola Valley Town Center
  • Preservation Design Award, California Preservation Foundation: Tahoe Fish Hatchery

 

2009

 

2008
  • Tahoe Regional Planning Agency (TRPA) Best in Basin Award for Best Restoration of an Historic Structure: Tahoe Fish Hatchery, Tahoe City, CA
  • AIA San Francisco, Honor Award for Energy & Sustainability: Orinda City Hall
  • California Preservation Foundation Design Award in Sustainability: Washington Township Veterans Memorial Building

 

2007
  • Structural Engineers Associations of California, Excellence in Structural Engineering Award: Orinda City Hall
  • State of California, Flex Your Power Award for Education and Leadership in Energy Efficiency
  • Environmental Protection Agency & Department of Energy, Energy Star Challenge for Energy Efficiency: Orinda City Hall

 

2006
  • Design Excellence Award, National Council of Structural Engineers Associations: Orinda City Hall
  • Excellence in Structural Engineering Award, “Best Use of New Technology in New Construction,” Structural Engineers Association of Northern California: Orinda City Hall

 

2005
  • Merit Award for Energy + Sustainability, AIA San Francisco: Wine Creek Road Residence
  • Oakland Heritage Alliance, Partners in Preservation Award: Parente Building

 

2004

 

2003

 

2002
  • Top Ten Green Projects, National AIA Committee on the Environment: Camp Arroyo
  • Award of Honor, Savings By Design Energy Efficiency Integrations Awards: Camp Arroyo

 

2000
  • Top Ten Green Projects, National AIA Committee on the Environment: Emeryville Resourceful Building Project

 

1999
  • Architecture Magazine Award for Architectural Research: Emeryville Resourceful Building Project

 

1998

 

1996

 

1995
  • AIA East Bay Firestorm Design Award: Alvarado Road Residence
  • California Preservation Foundation Award, Adaptive Re-use: Jackson Brewery

 

1994
  • Award for Excellence, Foundation for San Francisco’s Architectural Heritage: Jackson Brewery
  • Merit Award, Builder’s Choice Design Awards: Jackson Brewery
  • Commendation, National Park Service: Jackson Brewery
  • AIA East Bay Design Award: 7 Hallam Street
  • American Society of Interior Designers Design Award: Duncan Street Residence

 

1993
  • Exhibition: New Homes: Rebuilding in the East Bay Hills, San Francisco International Airport: Alvarado Road Residence
  • First Place, Affordable Housing Competition: Emeryville Redevelopment
  • Gold Nugget Merit Award: 7 Hallam Street
  • Berkeley Architectural Heritage Association (BAHA) Restoration Award: Prince Street Residence
  • Berkeley Architectural Heritage Association (BAHA) Restoration Award: The Plaza Drive Residence
  • National Trust for Historic Preservation, Residential Restoration Award: The Plaza Drive Residence

 

1992
  • SunsetMagazine Interior Design Award: Duncan Street Residence
  • Northern California Design Achievement Award: 7 Hallam Street

 

1990
  • AIA East Bay Design Award-Unbuilt Category: 7 Hallam Street

 

1976
  • First Place, National AIA Student Energy-Conserving Design Competition