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MAS Announces 2011 MASterworks Awards Winners

hypar pavilion diller scofidio renfro masterworks building 2011 winnerMAS is pleased to announce the winners of the 2011 MASterworks Awards. This year, the award recipients include the Hypar Pavilion at Lincoln Center, designed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro in collaboration with FXFOWLE, and Foster + Partners’ (with Adamson Associates, architect of record)  Sperone Westwater Gallery at 257 Bowery, which tied for Best New Building; Queens Theater in the Park for Best Restoration; Myrtle Hall at Pratt for Best Neighborhood Catalyst, with an honorable mention to the Whitlock Avenue Subway Station; and the High Performance Landscape Guidelines for Best Green Design Initiative. Organized annually by MAS, the MASterworks Awards recognize excellence in architecture and urban design completed within the last year across New York City. “From a park in Queens to a fine arts gallery on the Bowery, this year’s winners have taken design to new and visionary heights,” said MAS President Vin Cipolla. “These projects elevate our urban landscape and bring visual excitement and interest to neighborhoods across the city. The Municipal Art Society continues to be impressed by the architectural innovation to be found in every borough.” Municipal Art Society Chairman David Childs added, “The 2011 MASterworks winners have each contributed to making New York a more livable and sustainable city. We congratulate all of the winners, and architects and designers throughout New York who, every day, demonstrate community pride and commitment to excellence.” An impressive pool of nominees made for a challenging evaluation process for this year’s jury which included Rafael Pelli, principal, Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects; Deborah Berke, principal, Deborah Berke & Partners Architects; Marc Kushner, principal, HWKN and founder of the website; and Charles Bendit, co-chief executive officer, Taconic Investment Partners. To learn more about this years’ winners and previous years’ winners, visit