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Jan122012

Steven Ehrlich, 2011 Maybeck Award Winner

Zeidler Residence, Aptos, CA (Photograph by Matthew Millman)Steven Ehrlich, FAIA, founding principal of Ehrlich Architects, was awarded the 2011 Maybeck Award late last year by the AIA California Council (AIACC). The Maybeck Award (named in honor of the late Bernard Maybeck) was awarded for the first time in 1992 and has been awarded to such famous architects as Thom Mayne (2007), Frank Gehry (1997), Raymond Kappe (1995), and Joseph Esherick (1992). The Maybeck Award recognizes outstanding individual achievement in architectural design over an extended career.  Ehrlich is the 14th recipient of the Maybeck Award. Ehrlich Architects has won eight National AIA Design Awards and was named 2003 Firm of the Year by the AIACC, under Ehrlich’s leadership.

Ehrlich’s career has evolved a evolved a unique philosophy called Multicultural Modernism, based on Erlich’s conviction that architecture should respond to the specificities of site and local culture. For those interested in waht's next for Ehrlich Architects, recent commissions include: the John M. Roll Federal Courthouse in Yuma, Arizona; a LEED Platinum (pending) Residence Hall for Pomona College; the LEED Platinum (pending) University of California Irvine New Media Arts Center; and numerous single family homes in California, Texas and Dubai. The firm also won the international design competition for the new Federal National Council Parliament complex for the United Arab Emirates in early 2011.

700 Palms Residence, Venice, CA (Photograph by Julius Shulman & Juergen Nogai)

FNC New Parliament Building Complex, Abu Dhabi, UAE (Rendering by bioLINIA)

ASU Walter Cronkite School of Journalism & Mass Communication (Photograph by Bill Timmerman)

675 West Kendall Street Biotech Research Laboratory, Cambridge, MA (Photograph by Ed Wonsek)

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