Architecture firm caps 2014 with awards
Cottle Carr Yaw Architects, an international architecture firm located in the Roaring Fork Valley, garnered several awards and distinctions to close a successful year.
The American Institute of Architects bestowed three architectural honors to Cottle Carr Yaw for 2014. An Avon residence received two Award of Merit designations: one from the state level and the other from the West Chapter of American Institute of Architects. A third Award of Merit for the West Chapter was given to the Snowmass Treehouse Residence in the Unbuilt Design category.
PCBC, an annual gathering of the United States’ most prominent builders, developers, architects and planners, recognizes excellence and innovation for complex design and build issues through its Gold Nugget Awards. Cottle Carr Yaw received an Award of Merit for the Changbaishan Deer Valley Villas project in northern China.
For a second year in a row, Luxe magazine named Cottle Carr Yaw to the 2015 Gold List, on which it featured two Roaring Fork Valley residences.
“(Cottle Carr Yaw) had terrific momentum in 2014, receiving a lot of recognition. We were especially honored to be the sole Western Slope firm to receive an (American Institute of Architects) award at the state level. We’re excited with the opportunities that 2015 brings with new prospects,” said Cottle Carr Yaw Architects partner Rich Carr.
Cottle Carr Yaw takes a modernist approach, integrating sustainable design and the environment to create inspiring spaces. For more information, visit http://www.ccy architects.com.
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