Two South Fork architectural firms walked away with distinction at the 47th annual American Institute of Architects-Long Island Chapter Archi Awards ceremony on Oct. 19 in Huntington.
Bates Masi Architects, based in Sag Harbor, won in the single and multi-family residential category for Genius Loci, a house in Montauk. The firm also achieved a commendation for Robins Way, a house in Amagansett, which also won a residential lighting award sponsored by Enterprise Lighting Sales.
Stelle Architects, a firm from Bridgehampton, won a commendation in recognition of outstanding achievement in sustainable design for the Green Woods House in Amagansett. The firm also won a Sustainable Design Award for a residential project, sponsored by Green Logic.
The firms’ designs were chosen from some 65 submissions from all over Long Island. According to the chapter, each entry is judged on the success of the design solution presented and not in competition with the other entries.