Category: <span>Awards</span>


Asia Art Archive in America Receives a Lucy G. Moses Award

We’re excited to announce that our project Asia Art Archive in America received a 2023 Lucy G. Moses Historic Preservation Award from the New York Landmarks Conservancy. The Archive now provides access to its extensive collection and public programs from its new home in Brooklyn Heights. Photography: Peter Peirce History of the Building Our renovation…

Articles and Media

Brownstoner Honors Michael Ingui!

Baxt Ingui Architects proudly attended Brownstoner’s RADD Awards last week to honor Michael as a top leader in Brooklyn Real estate, Architecture, Design and Development. Attendees mingled amid the extensive archives of the Brooklyn Historical Society library. Congratulations to Michael and the rest of the honorees!

Architectural/Project Related News

Best of Houzz 2018 Design Award Goes To …

… BAXT INGUI ARCHITECTS! =) Many homeowners and designers utilize to source inspiration and creative ideas. We are honored to receive the ‘Best of Houzz 2018 – Design’ award for contributing some of the most inspirational and popular images on Houzz. Visit our Houzz page to see a variety of our recent work!

Architectural/Project Related News

2017 New Gravity Housing Conference

We are excited to announce that Michael Ingui, along with Jordan Dentz (Levy Partnership) and David Fineehirsch (Urban Artisan) will be giving a presentation on “Real World Challenges of Passive House in the Real World Market” at the 2017 New Gravity Housing Conference in Philadelphia on Thursday, August 3rd.  He will be discussing the Passive…

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2016 Building Brooklyn Award

The Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce has announced the 2016 Building Brooklyn Awards, and Baxt Ingui is delighted that our Brooklyn Heights Historic District Passive House is the award winner for Historic Restoration. The project is the first certified passive house in a Landmark District, which was achieved by installing an air-sealing membrane and insulation from…


AIA Brooklyn + Queens Design Awards 2016

Baxt Ingui Architects is excited to receive the AIA Brooklyn and Queens Excellence Award for our Brooklyn Heights Historic District Passive House and the Merit Award for our Carroll Gardens Passive House. Along with these design awards, both houses are passive certified, a noteworthy achievement. We want to congratulate the project managers Amy Failla, Frankie…


BIA Receives “One Brooklyn Community Partner” Award

This June, Baxt Ingui Architects was awarded the “One Brooklyn Community Partner” award for providing pro-bono design and support for the construction of the new Brooklyn Community Services (BCS) Coney Island Community Service Center. The center was designed to provide community services following the tragedy of Superstorm Sandy, a base for BCS case management, and for its…


Brooklyn Community Housing and Services Honors Ben Baxt + BIA

On April 29th, Brooklyn Community Housing and Services held the Talented Brooklyn 2015 Gala, which featured the art of BCHS residents and local performing artists. At the Gala, BCHS honored our founder Ben Baxt for 25 years of pro bono work. Baxt Ingui has provided pro bono services to BCHS and other agencies from NYC…


Church Renovation in Cobble Hill receives AIA Brooklyn Design Award

Baxt Ingui Architects, P.C. received the 2012 Design Award of Merit from the American Institute of Architects, Brooklyn in the residential Architecture category. The gothic revival style Church, originally designed by Minard Lafever in 1851-52, was partially abandoned for several years in the early 2000’s and was used to a limited extent as a day…


Award-Winning Brooklyn Heights Townhouse

  This award-winning wood frame house in Brooklyn Heights, dating from 1816, was renovated and a new front façade was designed to recall the historic façade that had been altered in the 1950’s. This house won a Lucy G. Moses Preservation Award alongside other notable projects such as the renovation of the Edgar Allen Poe…