And the winners are…

the AIA named Conjunctive Points: The New City in Culver City, California — a sprawling adaptive re-use project initiated by Los Angeles–based Eric Owen Moss Architects in 1986 — the recipient of its prestigious Twenty-Five Year Award. “It is a powerful example of building in the service of rejuvenation,” said the jury in a joint statement. The accolade is given annually (with the exception of 2018) to recognize an edifice erected in the past 25 to 35 years that continues to inspire and influence building culture

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