Awards

 

  • American Institute of Architects Dallas Chapter People’s Choice Award, 2017 – National World War One Memorial, Washington, DC.
  • American Institute of Architects Dallas Chapter Critic’s Choice Award, 2016 – Moliere Bajopuente, Mexico City, Mexico.
  • American Institute of Architects Under The Radar Juried Exhibition 2014. Inclusion based on a firm’s portfolio of work. AIA Under The Radar – The Best of Small Firms seeks to recognize outstanding design work by some of Dallas’ smaller architectural firms.
  • La Roncadora Masterplan, Lima, Peru. 1st Prize International Competition Winner, 2013
  • Portal San Angel (formerly known as Patio Revolución-Barranca), Mexico City, Mexico. 1st Prize International Competition Winner, 2013. Under Construction 2015.
  • Patio San Rafael, Mexico City, Mexico. 1st Prize International Competition Winner, 2012.
  • Gran Patio Tlaxcala, Tlaxcala, Mexico. Hybrid power-fashion retail and entertainment center. Opened 2011. ICSC 2012 Silver Award, Latin American Shopping Center Awards
  • American Institute of Architects Dallas Chapter Honor Award for Art Box Museum in Oslo, Norway. Unbuilt category, 2009.
  • American Institute of Architects Dallas Chapter Merit Award for Courthouse in Madrid, Spain. Unbuilt category, 2008.
  • Peninsula Mixed-use, Monterrey, Mexico. Two office towers totaling 35,000 m² of rentable space, a 156-room business hotel, movie theaters, 200 apartments and lofts above 20,000 m² of retail and restaurants surrounding a destination plaza. 1st Prize International Competition winner, 2008.
  • Reforma Capital Mixed-use. International Competition for a High-end Residential, Hotel, Retail and Office development on Paseo Reforma, Mexico City. 1st Prize winner, 2006.
  • Terminal Buenavista International Competition. 1st Prize winner, 2005. Central Grand train station of Mexico City.
  • American Institute of Architects Dallas Chapter Citation Award for Paseo Morelia Chapel, Michoacan, Mexico. Project category, 2005.
  • American Institute of Architects Dallas Chapter Citation Award for Saturn V NASA rocket shelter at the Johnson Space Center in Houston, TX. Project category, 2005.
  • RTKL Legacy Award. Recipient of the Firm-wide Annual Creativity Award, 2004. Presented annually to one RTKL professional whose creative activity reflects devotion to design and the creative process.
  • Saturn V NASA rocket shelter at the Johnson Space Center in Houston, TX. First ever awarded project in the Studio Category by the Texas Society of Architects, 2004. Chosen among 70 entries from across the State of Texas.
  • American Society of Landscape Architects Texas Chapter Merit Award for Dallas Sustainable District Masterplan, Dallas, TX. Unrealized Projects – Public category, 2003.
  • American Society of Landscape Architects Texas Chapter Honor Award for Commerce Garden, Dallas, TX. Unrealized Projects – Public category, 2003.
  • American Institute of Architects Dallas Chapter Citation Award for Dallas Sustainable District Masterplan, Dallas, TX. Project category, 2002.
  • American Institute of Architects Dallas Chapter Citation Award for City Express laundry facility, Lima, Peru. Unbuilt category, 2001.
  • American Institute of Architects Dallas Chapter Merit Award for Izumisano Restaurant, Osaka, Japan. Built project category, 2000.
  • American Institute of Architects Dallas Chapter Citation Award for Zeil Platz, Frankfurt, Germany. Unbuilt project category, 2000.
  • American Institute of Architects Dallas Chapter Citation Award for Wilanow Master Plan, Warsaw, Poland. Unbuilt category, 2000.
  • American Institute of Architects Dallas Chapter Merit Award for Izumisano Restaurant, Osaka, Japan. Unbuilt project category, 1999.
  • Kasumigaseki Building Competition, 1st prize contract awarded design competition, Tokyo, Japan, 2000. International competition.
  • Shenzhen Huaqiang Plaza Mixed-use competition, 1st Prize, 1999. International competition.
  • Membrane International Design Competition, 2nd Prize. Osaka, Japan, 1995. International competition organized by Taiyo Kogyo, world’s largest manufacturer of membrane structures.
  • The Museum of the XX Century, Central Glass International Architectural Design Competition, Honorable Mention. Tokyo, Japan, 1993.
  • Tsukui Satellite Area Master Plan, Honorable Mention. Tokyo, Japan, 1992. National competition.
  • Cergy-Pontoise International Urban Design Competition, 1st Prize. Paris, France, 1992. Received the Award from the Minister of Urban Development, Housing and Transportation of France at the Grand Arche of La Defense in Paris.
  • Alliance Française Auditorium, National competition, 2nd prize Lima, Peru, 1989.