Last week, Historic Richmond and the Storefront for Community Design announced the 2017 Golden Hammer Award winners. The jury selected 8 projects out of 48 submissions in the Richmond area. We are thrilled that our Jackson Modern project received an award for Best Adaptive Reuse. Check out the full list of 2017 winners below.
Also, students from MoB did and amazing job designing this year’s awards. Check out the photos below.
2017 Golden Hammer Award Winners:
Best Adaptive Reuse
- Small- Jackson Modern
- Large- Saunders Station
Best New Construction
- Small – Maggie Walker Community Land Trust, First Home
- Large – Varina Area Library
Best Placemaking Project
- Private – The Garden at Sixth Mount Zion Baptist Church
- Public – Maggie Lena Walker Memorial Plaza
Best Restoration Project
- Small – Ledbury Flagship Store and Corporate Headquarters
- Large – Black History Museum and Cultural Center of Virginia