Henderson-Hopkins wins American Institute of Architects Award

The Maryland chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) announced at their September meeting that the new Henderson-Hopkins School received an Excellence in Design Award as the public building of the year. This award is given to the “one built project that is commissioned by a government or non-profit agency within the State of Maryland and created with a civic purpose which exemplifies excellence of architectural design.” The architects for the K-8 school, that officially opened in January,  were Rogers Partners Architects and Urban Designers.

The annual AIA Maryland Design Awards program provides member architects an avenue for peer recognition and honors the architects, clients, and consultants who work together to improve the “built environment”. View the complete list of honors here.