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John Snyder Architects is an award-winning architecture and interior design firm based in Ithaca, New York. Our firm specializes in architectural and interior design for Corporate, Government, Higher Education, Industrial, Historic, Hospitality, Pharmaceutical, Private Development and Retail clients.

1994 - American Institute of Architects - Honorable Mention for Midlakes Middle School

1998 - AS&U Magazine Design Citation for Midlakes Middle School

1998 - AS&U Magazine Design Citation for Wayland-Cohocton School

2001 - AS&U Magazine Citation for Letchworth School

2001 - AS&U Magazine Citation for Broadway Middle School (Phase One)

2001 - AS&U Magazine Citation for Broadway Middle School (Phase Two)

2005 - Historic Ithaca Preservation Awards - Concept Systems Renovations

2005 - American Institute of Architects - Honorable Mention for Martha's Cafe, Cornell Univ.

2007 - AS&U Magazine Design Citation for Parley Coburn Elem. School

2007 - Home and Gardens TV / Maxwell House "One Room Makeover for Local 859 Firestation

2009 - Historic Ithaca Preservation Awards, Kalka Residence

2013 - Historic Ithaca Preservation Awards, Argos Inn Renovations

2013 - American Institute of Architects, Award of Merit for Corning Inc. Sullivan Park Lobby

2013 - American Institute of Architects, Honarable Mention for Chenago County Office Bldg.

2014 - Rotary International, Pride of Ownership Award for Argos Inn

2015 - American Institute of Architects, Design Excellence Award, Syracuse Univ. Archbold Hall

2016 - Rotary International, Pride of Ownership Award for Carey Building

2017 - Preservation League of New York - Excellence in Preservation, Argos Inn Renovations

JOHN SNYDER INDIVIDUAL AWARDS

1991 - Art institute of Chicago, Student Exibition

1992 - Chicago Architectural Club, Student Design Award

1992 - First Prize - Bridging Competition, Chicago, Illinois

2000 - Winner - Invitation to Design Sculptural Element Competition City of Ithaca and New York State Department of Transportation

2001 - New York State Council of the Arts - CAP2 Recipient

2010 - Architecture Foundation Australia - The Glenn Murcutt Masterclass