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Liollio Architecture Awarded Multiple 2018 AIA South Carolina Awards

Mez Joseph

Liollio Architecture is honored to announce that the 2018 American Institute of Architects South Carolina Chapter has recognized three Liollio projects with four State Design Awards. Richland Library Ballentine, in Irmo SC, received a New Construction Honor Award and an Interior Architecture Merit Award. Hampton County Health Clinic, in Varnville SC, received a New Construction Merit Award. South Carolina Welcome Center at Fort Mill, in York SC, received a New Construction Citation Award. Because these projects were the result of deep collaboration with clients, Liollio would like to extend special thanks to South Carolina Department of Parks, Recreation & Tourism, South Carolina Department of Health & Environmental Control, Hampton County and Richland Library.

Events surrounding the AIASC Annual Design Conference took place in Lake City SC over the course of three days, from Wednesday, April 18 to Friday, April 20. This year, AIASC partnered with Lake City’s annual community-wide arts festival and competition known as ArtFields, artfieldssc.org. This year's theme was Community: By Design and focused on the power of art and design in creative placemaking. The Design Awards program and many other sessions were open to the community. Speakers included Michael Ford, Associate AIA, Emilie Taylor Welty, Dan Pitera, FAIA, and Trey Trahan, FAIA. The awards were juried by New Orleans LA-based juries and presented at a Design Awards Celebration held on Thursday, April 19 at The Bean Market during the AIASC Design Conference.

Liollio Architecture’s Sarah Glass Awarded South Atlantic Region AIA Design Award

Mez Joseph

Liollio's Sarah Glass, Associate AIA, was recognized for design excellence at the 2016 South Atlantic Region (SAR) AIA Design Awards Gala in Savannah GA. A native of Charleston SC and a graduate of Clemson University, Sarah returned to Charleston in May after receiving her Masters Degree in Architecture to join Liollio as Project Designer. Sarah and collaborator, Beth Koeppel, Associate AIA, who is currently with Kaas Wilson Architects in Minneapolis MN, were presented with a Merit Design Award for Changing Perspectives, a new campus master plan for South Carolina State University in Orangeburg SC. South Carolina State is looking for bold ways to revitalize a campus that will equip students with the tools, support and environment they need to succeed. This project looks at a new student center in the core of campus as the first step in the process to give order to the campus master plan, offer access to the newest technologies and provide a place to meet, gather and learn. This open and transparent building will change perspectives as South Carolina State’s presence continues to grow in the south.

Liollio Architecture was well represented by an enthusiastic contingent and garnered two design awards as well, one for St. Helena Library in St. Helena Island SC, and the other for the preservation to the U.S. Custom House in Charleston SC.

Congratulations to Sarah Glass, Beth Koeppel and all the honorees for their outstanding work!