Synergy Awards

In 1970, starting with the conference whose theme was SYNERGY 1, Synergy... i.e., the simultaneous action of separate parts which together have greater total effect than the sum of their individual effects. Synergy Awards are presented to individuals and/or entities who have performed an outstanding service to the architectural profession. Recipients may be SARA members or non-members and need not be architects.

2016 - Dolphinaris, Scottsdale, Arizona

2015 - Zyscovich Architects, Miami, Florida

2014 - Palm Springs Downtown Revitalization, Palm Springs, California

2013 - Four Freedoms Park, Roosevelt Island, New York, New York

2012 - CityArchRiver2015 Foundation, St. Louis, Missouri

2011 - Roger M. Showley, San Diego
Michael J. Stepner, San Diego

2008 - Ysrael A. Seinuk, P.C., New York, New York

2005 - Architots, Middle Village, New York

2004 - Public Building Commission, Chicago, Illinois

2003 - Central Park-Central Park Conservancy, New York, New York

2002 - San Antonio Riverwalk, San Antonio, Texas

1999 - Robert Snow, Developer-Church Street Station, Orlando Florida

1995 - Heinz Family

1993 - Joseph Esherick, FAIA

1991 - Leason Pomeroy III, FARA, FAIA

1990 - Arcangelo Casciei Architectural Education, Boston Architectural Center
Edward J. Logue, City Planner and Urban Redeveloper

1988 - Trammell Crow, Developer

1986 - John Buck II, Developer

1985 - Julius Shulman, Architectural Photographer

1984 - Paul Goldberger, New York Times Architectural Critic

1981 - O'Neil Ford, Architect (Regionalist & Preservationist)

1980 - S. Charles Lee, ARA International Theater Architect

1979 - Bertrand Goldberg, FARA, FAIA, Architect

1975 - Paulo Soleri, Architect (Environment/Solar)

1972 - Arthur F. Sampson, Acting Commissioner, General Services Administration

1971 J. Irwin Miller, President, Cummins Engine (Professional Encouragement)
Wilfred Gregson, FARA, Founder of SARA

1970 R. Buckminster Fuller, Architect Engineer
Dr. George Wald, Professor of Biology, (Environmental Preservation)-Harvard