Jun 14th 2018

Woodhouse Tinucci Receives AIA Small Project Award

The firm of Woodhouse Tinucci received an AIA Small Projects Award for their Rosewood Park Beach Improvements Project. According to the firm's statement, the Rosewood Beach’s improvements are designed to supplement the elemental lakeside experience of visitors who engage with the 1500-ft boardwalk, through the incorporation of both basic amenities and an education pavilion. The incorporated structures are built from ipe, cedar, polished concrete, and rough field stone, in keeping with the environment. 

Andy Tinucci's work has led him towards architectural research where he is currently exploring the role of institutions in our culture as well as the changing shape of architectural practice. His work has been recognized with awards such as the Architectural Record Houses Award and the AIA Chicago Distinguished Building Award, and it has been published internationally in over sixty publications.

David Woodhouse has been widely recognized for his architectural work in the Chicago region, and for a series of innovative public projects that reflect, respect and celebrate the values of the communities his designs serve. 

The AIA Small Project Awards recognize small project practitioners for their high quality work and promotes excellence in small project design.