AIA Rhode Island awards recognize 23 notable designs

THE WATERROWER WORLD manufacturing headquarters was one of 23 notable designs recognized in annual awards presented by the American Institute of Architects Rhode Island chapter. The WaterRower building, designed by Union Studio Architecture & Community Design of Providence, received an Honor award in the commercial/industrial category. / COURTESY NAT REA
THE WATERROWER WORLD manufacturing headquarters was one of 23 notable designs recognized in annual awards presented by the American Institute of Architects Rhode Island chapter. The WaterRower building, designed by Union Studio Architecture & Community Design of Providence, received an Honor award in the commercial/industrial category. / COURTESY NAT REA
PROVIDENCE – Annual awards bestowed by the American Institute of Architects Rhode Island chapter have recognized 23 notable designs, according to a post on the chapter’s website.  The highest merit awards, called the Honor awards, went to the following submissions:  Residential category: Hither Hills House, designed by 3SIX0 Architecture, Providence.  Commercial/industrial category: WaterRower World Manufacturing Headquarters, designed by Union Studio Architecture & Community Design, Providence.  Civic/Infrastructure…

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