ACT Graduate Shortlisted for Architizer A+ Awards

ACT graduate Matthew Mazzotta's recent project, THE STOREFRONT THEATRE, has been shortlisted for two Architizer A+ awards in the categories of Architecture + Community and Architecture + Urban Transformation.

Earlier this year THE STOREFRONT THEATER won other awards. It was the Audience Choice winner in the Revitilization category of the South by Southwest Place by Design Award. THE STOREFRONT THEATRE was featured in an AIA article on designers in a Shark Tank-like competition. It also won the Codavideo Award for Process and will be featured at the Octagon Museum in Washington, DC from March 23rd to October 2017 for the CODAworks Exhibition. Finally, the project also won the World Architecture Community 24th CycleAwards.

Watch a video about the project here. Mazzotta graduated from the ACT program (formerly Visual Arts Program) in 2009. His recent work will be featured in "Public Space? Lost and Found," published by MIT Press and written by Gediminas Urbanos.