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Out of over 800 submissions nationwide, six Northwest Arkansas architecture projects received prestigious honors in The Architect’s Newspaper 2020 Best of Design Awards.

The national publication serves up news and inside reports to a niche community of architects, designers, engineers, landscape architects, lighting designers, interior designers, academics, developers, contractors, and other parties interested in the built urban environment.

The eighth annual Best of Design Awards is a unique project-based awards program that showcases great buildings, building elements, interiors and installations. The awards highlight works in 50 categories that reflect AN’s editorial coverage, as well as the interests and obsessions of its readers.

Winners are chosen based on strength of the presentation, evidence of innovation, creative use of new technology, sustainability, and, most importantly, good design.

The following Northwest Arkansas projects were recognized.

The Momentary

Adaptive Reuse Editors' Pick

Location: The Momentary, Bentonville
Architect: Wheeler Kearns Architects
Location: Bentonville

Thaden School Bike Barn

Institutional K-12 Winner

Location: Thaden School Bike Barn, Bentonville
Architect: Marlon Blackwell Architects
Adaptive Reuse Editors' Pick

The Momentary

Location: The Momentary, Bentonville
Architect: Wheeler Kearns Architects
Location: Bentonville
Institutional K-12 Winner

Thaden School Bike Barn

Location: Thaden School Bike Barn, Bentonville
Architect: Marlon Blackwell Architects

Adohi Hall

Mixed-Use Residential Winner

Location: Adohi Hall, University of Arkansas (Fayetteville)
Architects: Leers Weinzapfel Associates, MODUS Studio, Mackey Mitchell Studio / OLIN

Railyard Park

Unbuilt Landscape Winner

Location: Railyard Park, Rogers
Architects: Ross Barney Architects, AFHJ Architects

Hobbs State Park Monument Trail

Digital Fabrication Honorable Mention

Location: Hobbs State Park Monument Trail Campsite and Trailhead Structures, Rogers
Architect: Hufft
Mixed-Use Residential Winner

Adohi Hall

Location: Adohi Hall, University of Arkansas (Fayetteville)
Architects: Leers Weinzapfel Associates, MODUS Studio, Mackey Mitchell Studio / OLIN
Unbuilt Landscape Winner

Railyard Park

Location: Railyard Park, Rogers
Architects: Ross Barney Architects, AFHJ Architects
Digital Fabrication Honorable Mention

Hobbs State Park Monument Trail

Location: Hobbs State Park Monument Trail Campsite and Trailhead Structures, Rogers
Architect: Hufft
In addition to these, Marlon Blackwell Architects also received an Honorable Mention for work on CO-OP Ramen in Bentonville and the University of Arkansas Community Design Center was named an Editors’ Pick for the design of the University of Hawaii Value-Added Agricultural Product Development Center. Congratulations to the winners and honorees!
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