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Chicago Architects Take Honors at the ALA Awards

Get out some feathers and stick 'em in your cap, because a handful of Chicago architects have been named 2010 award winners by the Association of Licensed Architects. Everyone loves a winner, right? In the residential categories, Nicholas Clark Architects scored a gold medal for that massive 7,800 square-foot Bucktown mansion (center, top) we drooled over earlier this month. A Highland Park home that was originally designed by the architect Edward Dart and was later overseen by Myefski Architects (center, bottom) also took a gold medal in the residential category. (Two gold medals in the same category? Don't ask us.) Sullivan, Goulette & Wilson Architects got a merit award for their renovation of a 1880 home in Lincoln Park (which Chicago Home + Garden profiled this summer), and Bailey Edward Architecture got a silver medal for interior design of UIC's Daley Library Oasis (pictured above, at left). Hat tip to Joe Askins at YoChicago.
· Bucktown's Second-Biggest: A 7,800 Square-foot Mansion [Curbed Chicago]
· Slide Show: 2010 ALA Award Winners [ALA]