Category: Awards

  • Architectural Feature: Vietnam Veterans Memorial

    Architectural Feature: Vietnam Veterans Memorial

    2020 Architecture + Community Award Winner For newer buildings or sites completed within the last 50 years that have made our community stronger. The purpose of the David Westphall Veterans Foundation is to honor America’s veterans and members of its military forces by memorializing the sacrifices they have made and by recognizing the sense of…

  • Architecture + Community: Rachel Preston Prinz

    Architecture + Community: Rachel Preston Prinz

    Learn more about Rachel Preston Prinz and what she’s done to stimulate appreciation of architecture and community in New Mexico.

  • 2020 Architecture + Community Award Winners

    2020 Architecture + Community Award Winners

    Just as many things have changed and adapted this year during the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 Architecture + Community Awards take on a special meaning and provides an opportunity to recognize the people and built environment that define our communities here in New Mexico. Honoring what makes architecture enchanting in our state, the Foundation developed the…

  • We are part of a beautiful community … The Land of Enchantment

    We are part of a beautiful community … The Land of Enchantment

    We are looking to make the 2020 Architecture + Community Awards even more special this year. We hope you’ll take some time to escape from the current state of affairs to reflect on some of our state’s unique architectural treasures. On March 1, we opened the award nominations. In just one month, a lot changed. With the developments of the COVID-19…

  • Architectural Feature: ABQ BioPark Botanic Garden Conservatory

    Architectural Feature: ABQ BioPark Botanic Garden Conservatory

    2019 Architecture + Community Award Winner For newer buildings or sites completed within the last 50 years that have made our community stronger. The ABQ Biopark provides the city with an outstanding educational and recreational resource in the four components of its design and mission: The Zoo, Aquarium, Tingley Beach, and the Botanical Garden. The…

  • Architecture + Community: Ed Boles

    Architecture + Community: Ed Boles

    2019 NMAF Award Winner For devoted individuals who have made a significant effort to stimulate public understanding and appreciation of architecture and in their community. Ed Boles has worked as an educator, architect and historian in many private and public settings. He has served as an essential resource for anyone who needs help with the…

  • 2019 Architecture + Community Awards Winners

    2019 Architecture + Community Awards Winners

    Honoring what makes architecture and community enchanting here in New Mexico, the Foundation developed the Annual NMAF Awards Program in 2017. Representatives from each of the three categories received their awards on May 18 during NMAF’s annual membership celebration held at El Zocalo in Bernalillo. With nominations made by community members from across New Mexico,…

  • Architectural Feature: El Camino Real International Heritage Center

    Architectural Feature: El Camino Real International Heritage Center

    2018 Architecture + Community Award Winner For newer buildings or sites completed within the last 50 years that have made our community stronger. A joint endeavor between the State of New Mexico and the U.S. Bureau of Land Management, the museum and visitor center is located 26 miles south of Socorro, New Mexico, at a remote…

  • Architecture + Community: Las Vegas Citizens’ Committee for Historic Preservation

    Architecture + Community: Las Vegas Citizens’ Committee for Historic Preservation

    2018 NMAF Award Winner For devoted individuals or groups who have made a significant effort to stimulate public understanding and appreciation of architecture and in their community.  In 1977, Las Vegas Citizen’s Committee for Historic Preservation’s (LVCCHP) was formed to encourage the preservation and appreciation of the area’s historic resources for the benefit of the…

  • Architectural Feature: Isotopes Park

    Architectural Feature: Isotopes Park

    2018 Architecture + Community Award Winner For newer buildings or sites completed within the last 50 years that have made our community stronger. The city of Albuquerque is fortunate to have a first-class and modern minor league baseball stadium – Isotopes Park. The capacity of over 13,000 is fitting for a Triple-A team. The Isotopes are…

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