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Vote for the best architecture in AIA Honolulu Design Awards


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June 18, 2013
 

Vote for the best architecture!

Ever wanted to share your opinion of a new building around town? This is your shot! From now until June 28, the AIA Honolulu's Peoples' Choice Award is up for public voting online. There are 43 projects, including some unbuilt ones, ranging from luxury homes on the Neighbor Islands to very public structures, such as the new Vietnam Memorial Pavilion at Punchbowl Cemetery, high-rise apartment building Pacifica Honolulu, classrooms at Lanai High & Elementary School, UH West Oahu, and a number of city transit projects.

The Peoples' Choice Award will be presented at the AIA Awards gala on July 24th, alongside the results from the juried competition.

aiahonolulu.org

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