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June 8, 2016. cox graae + spack architects' latest completed residential project featured in the Summer 2016 edition of Architecture DC Magazine. Read it here.
March 3, 2016. Modern Farmhouse Marries the Best of Old and New | Builder Magazine | Design, Farmhouses, Washington-Arlington-Alexandria, DC-VA-MD-WV, Virginia http://fw.to/0894OXH
March 31, 2015. The Potomac School in McLean, Virginia, is situated on an 90-acre campus in a natural setting that includes forest, streams and fields. The School embarked on a multi-phase campus expansion starting in 2001. The Intermediate School project wrapped up in 2013, and is the sixth building cox graae + spack architects has designed on the campus. This project reflects the school's and cox graae + spack architects' mission to create an environmentally sensitive 21st Century school and was selected to be featured in Architecture DC's latest edition. Click here to be directed to the article.
June 12, 2013. Woodrow Wilson High School snags the cover and a feature in this year's summer edition of the Advisor. The Green Ribbon School receives continued praise for its innovative approach to design and environmental stewardship.
April 29, 2013. Wilson High School in Ward 3 was named a 2013 U.S. Department of Education Green Ribbon School today by U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan.
April 29, 2013. Woodrow Wilson High School and Howard D. Woodson STEM High School receive recognition in Learning by Design.
March 7, 2013. cox graae + spack architects was featured in the Architecture DC Magazine article, Two Cool Schools: Up-to-Date Designs for Public Education, for the firm’s design of Woodrow Wilson High School and Howard D. Woodson Senior High School.
March 7, 2013.
The Washington, DC Chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) named cox graae + spack architects the recipient of the 2012 Award of Merit, Historic Resources for the design of Woodrow Wilson High School in Washington, DC.
March 7, 2013. cox graae + spack
architects was honored by the NAIOP Commercial Real Estate Development Association with the Award of Excellence for Best Renovation/Historic Restoration for the design of Woodrow Wilson High School in Washington, DC.
March 7, 2013.
In 2012, American School + University magazine recognized cox graae + spack architects for the modernization of Woodrow Wilson High School, presenting them with the “Outstanding Design in Renovation/Modernization” award. To view the full article, click here.
March 7, 2013.
cox graae + spack was added to the list of elite architectural firms in the nation to receive the Lee J. Brockway Award for outstanding planning and inspired design of high quality learning environments. The firm’s was honored for the design of Woodrow Wilson High School in Washington, DC.
December 20, 2012. cox graae + spack architects is featured in Penton Media's November 2012 edition of the American School & University 2012 Architectural Portfolio for the design of Howard D. Woodson STEM High School, Washington, D.C.
December 20, 2012. cox graae + spack architects was selected for publication in Penton Media's American School & University 2012 Architectural Portfolio for the design of Woodrow Wilson High School, Washington, D.C.
January 6, 2012.
The 2012 Book of Lists from Washington Business Journal ranked South Hall on the campus of The George Washington University number 20 on a list of LEED-certified spaces in Washington, DC.
November 1, 2011. Read about Eastern High School’s recent AIA|DC award for historic preservation in the Winter 2011 edition of Architecture DC magazine. You can read an archived version of the article here. The article is on page 28 of the magazine.
August 10, 2011. Eastern High School, a DCPS modernization and restoration project achieved in collaboration with Fanning Howey Architects, is featured in an article in the current issue of Building Design + Construction magazine.
July 1, 2011. We are pleased to report that cox graae + spack architects have been invited to include two of our most notable projects in the upcoming edition of the AIA Guide to Architecture Washington, DC.