Local architects win honors

4/28/2013
Scott High School was one of three winners in the local chapter of the American Institute of Architects' annual design awards.
Scott High School was one of three winners in the local chapter of the American Institute of Architects' annual design awards.

SSOE Group’s renovation of Toledo’s Scott High School, above, was one of three winners in the local chapter of the American Institute of Architects’ annual design awards.

Tonic building in Maumee designed by Duket Architects Planners Inc. of Toledo
Tonic building in Maumee designed by Duket Architects Planners Inc. of Toledo

Also honored were the Tonic building in Maumee, below left, designed by Duket Architects Planners Inc. of Toledo, and Windermere Real Estate-Greenwood (The Carroll Building) in Seattle, below, designed by West Carroll Architecture of Sylvania.

Windermere Real Estate-Greenwood   (The Carroll Building) in Seattle, Wash., designed by West Carroll Architecture of Sylvania.
Windermere Real Estate-Greenwood (The Carroll Building) in Seattle, Wash., designed by West Carroll Architecture of Sylvania.

Now celebrating its 18th year, the program honors design excellence for public and private buildings and works of distinction.