WoodWorks Announces Winners of the 2021 U.S. Wood Design Awards

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February 26, 2021 “Woodworks – Wood Products Council has announced the winners of its 2021 Wood Design Awards, which celebrate excellence in wood building design and spotlight its continued rise in popularity across the U.S.

WoodWorks President and CEO Jennifer Cover said: “This year’s award winners epitomize the innovation, resilience, and flexibility required for projects to flourish in a changing world. We’re excited to see design and development teams approaching projects holistically, with buildings that respond uniquely to their communities. From one of the most environmentally advanced education buildings in the southeast to a historic winery in Napa, CA, wood continues to demonstrate its value as a nimble and modern building material, ushering in new precedents and challenging the public’s perception of its role in the built world.”

Michael Green Architecture | MGA project for Oregon State University (OSU) Forest Science Complex and Lord Aeck Sargent (LAS) Georgia Institute of Teachnology Kendeda Building were among honorees.

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