NEW YORK CITY, NY – August 10, 2021 – BUILD Magazine recently announced the winners of its seventh annual Architecture Awards, honoring the incredible designs conducted by the world’s most pioneering and innovative architects.
New York City’s Node Architecture, Engineering, and Construction (Node AEC), owned by Croatians Jakov Saric and Radomir Delic, was recognized as the Most Innovative Multi-Disciplinary Architecture & Engineering Consulting Firm in the Northeast USA for Excellence in Sustainable Residential Architecture.
In their application, Node AEC demonstrated a commitment to community through the transformational and sustainable projects it designs throughout New York.
The company referenced a variety of passive-house designed, single and multi-family residential projects: Middle Village, the first passive house certified residence in Queens, and Charlotte Gardens and Off Bryant in the Bronx, both passive house designed multi-family buildings.
Jakov Saric, who is originally from Zagreb and is the principal and co-founder for Node AEC said, “We believe our contribution to society is achieved by providing efficient, environmentally-friendly designs. We live, work, and volunteer within this community and are honored to provide many projects that make our city more sustainable, providing better living environments for all.”
BUILD’s highly anticipated 2021 Architecture Award winners feature companies focused on including sustainable and efficient methods to modern projects, also recognizing those that are pioneers in passive design, like Node AEC, based in New York City.
More information about the award winners, including Node AEC (page 14) can be seen in the magazine here.