LS3P, an architecture, interiors and planning firm, has earned several design awards, according to a news release.
LS3P had four award-winning projects, including recognition for two Wilmington projects, for design excellence. The awards were presented during the American Institute of Architects Wilmington's annual Design Awards event held in February at the Cameron Art Museum.
The firm was awarded in the Nonresidential Category, the Merit Award for work on a new four-building campus for the Girls Leadership Academy of Wilmington campus.
It also received in the Renovation Category, the Merit Award for its work on an adaptive reuse project for the Wilmington headquarters of Monteith Construction Corp. The downtown Wilmington building was repurposed. "The design celebrates the original building and aesthetic but mixes the old with the new, LS3P designed the building in association with Architect of Record Goodrich Architects," stated the release.
The firm also earned the Merit Award in the Unbuilt Category for work on the Hurricane Resilient Hospital Conceptual Study, an "in-depth study on resilient hospital design explored what it means to design and build coastal resilient healthcare facilities not just in NC, but in coastal and low-lying communities everywhere," stated the release.
It also earned the Honor Award in that same category for the N.C. Coastal Federation's net-zero headquarters, in Newport.