Awards: Stuart Cohen & Julie Hacker Architects and Stuart Cohen

2021 Chicago Chapter AIA Lifetime Achievement Award to Stuart Cohen FAIA.
2019 Society of Architectural Historians Award for Excellence in Design, Academics and Scholarship to Stuart Cohen and Julie Hacker.
2018 Institute of Classical Architecture and Art, Arthur Ross Award to Stuart Cohen for Writing, Theory And History.
2017 Elected to the Chicago Merchandise’s Architect’s “Hall of Fame.”
2015 Evanston (Illinois) Preservation Award for sympatric New Construction in a historic district.
2015 Glencoe (Illinois) Historic Preservation Award for an addition to a historic House.
2014 Lake Forest Preservation Foundation Award for addition and remodeling of a historic house.
Design Evanston Award for new construction. 2014.
2014 Evanston (Illinois) Preservation Award for addition to a historic house.
“Watermark” Award from Custom Home Magazine. 2014.
Top 50 Kitchens of 2013. Trends magazine.
2007 Hall of Fame Leadership Award from Residential Architect Magazine.
Historic Preservation Award City of Chicago Landmarks Commission for the remodeling of 6223 N. McClellan in Chicago. 2002.
Preservation Award from City of Highland Park for remodeling of the Wohlner House at 1442 Waverly Drive. 1999.
AIA Illinois Excellence in Education Award 1998 (Stuart Cohen) for exceptional contributions to the advancement of the profession of Architecture.
Cohen was selected, based on his architectural work, for inclusion in the American entries in the 1996 edition of the Dictionnaire de l’Architecture Moderne et Contemporaine to be published by Edition Hazan of the Institut Francais d’Architecture.
American Wood Council, 1993, “Design for Better Living Award” for Country Living Magazine’s House of the Year for 1993. National Award.
In 1991 Cohen and the work of Cohen and Hacker were chosen for inclusion in Architectural Digest’s AD 100, a directory to the best 100 residential architects in the U.S.
Preservation Award from the City of Highland Park (Ill. ) 1991. Awarded to the Peck Residence for an addition and remodeling of an existing building compatible with and preserving the integrity of the original structure.
Cedar Shake and Shingle Bureau Architecture Awards, 1989, Merit Award for Morgenstern Residence, Highland Park Residence. National Award.
American Wood Council, 1987, Merit Award for Ruskin Street Pavilion, Seaside Fla. 1987. National Award.
AIA Chicago Chapter Interior Architecture, 1987, Honor Award for Carrigan Residence. Chicago.
American Wood Council, 1986, Merit Award for Morgenstern Residence, Highland Park, Ill. 1986. National Award.
Cohen was elected a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects in 1985. He was recognized by the American Institute of Architects for his contributions in the areas of design, education, and writing. Next to the AIA’s Gold Medal, Fellowship is the highest professional honor the Institute confers on its members.
Progressive Architecture Magazine. 4th Annual International Furniture Competition 1984. National Award.
AIA Chicago Chapter Distinguished Building Awards, 1984. Honor Award for 175 North Franklin Building.
AIA Chicago Chapter Distinguished Building Award, 1983, for the Evanston Public Works Building. Building completed in association with Sisco/Lubotsky Associates and Consoer-Morgan.
Third Annual Interiors Awards, Interiors Magazine, 1982, “General Office Winner,” Portion Pac Offices, Chicago. National Award.
Progressive Architecture Magazine Design Awards Citation, 1980. Evanston Public Works Building. This is a prestigious design competition for unbuilt buildings. It is juried by a nationally known architects. The project was designed in association with Sisco/Lubotsky Associates. National Award.
In 1980 Cohen was selected as one of twenty architects asked to represent the United States at 1980 Venice Biennale. The Biennale was an exhibit of juried work selected by an international committee composed of renowned architecs, critics and scholars including: Paolo Portugaisi, Italian architect and historian; Charles Jencks, English author, historian and architectural critic; Vincent Scully, professor of Architectural History at Yale University, and Robert Stern, noted architect, author, and professor of Architecture at Columbia University.
AIA Chicago Chapter Distinguished Building Awards, 1978, for the Mackenbach House.
Cohen was selected based on his architectural work for inclusion in “A View of Contemporary World Architecture,” published by Japan Architect magazine, December 1977.
Illinois AIA Service Award, 1976, for curating the “Chicago Architects” exhibition.
Cohen’s architectural work was honored through juried selection and inclusion in the publication “40 Under 40” 40 architects under 40 years of age. Published internationally by A&U Magazine in Japan, January 1976.
Progressive Architecture Magazine Design Awards Citation, 1970, for New York City Public Housing. Candidate was the principal designer for the project for the New York firm of Gruzen and Partners. National Award. (See description of this awards program above).

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