George Gard Wins 2024 AIA Young Architect Award

Congratulations to B/C Associate, George Gard, on being named a 2024 recipient of the AIA Young Architects Award!

This award recognizes individuals that have demonstrated exceptional leadership and made significant contributions to the profession of architecture early in their careers. George joins 29 other honorees in this year’s class of recipients and will be celebrated at the A’24 conference in Washington D.C. this June.

George is an architect who brings a future-oriented design approach to the transformation of existing buildings and urban places. He sees the evolution of reuse and transformation as vital to the future of the built environment and practice of architecture. Through his work, George holistically considers the form, function, and impacts of architecture in a way that challenges categorical assumptions around design for buildings of all eras. At Bruner/Cott, George leads teams to develop tailored solutions to existing buildings across diverse program types to deliver meaningful, award-winning architecture.

Some of George’s most notable projects are the third phase of transformation at MASS MoCA, including Building 6 and the James Turrell Skyspace (C.A.V.U.), Frost Terrace, and the Living Village at Yale Divinity School, currently under construction.

Read the full AIA announcement here.

Congratulations, George!