Justice Facilities Review

The Justice Facilities Review offers examples of a broad range of design strategies and depicts the latest trends in the design and construction of justice facilities. These projects demonstrate quality of form, functionality, and current architectural responses to complex justice design issues. Share your exceptional work with your peers today. Deadline February 22, 2019. Submit now

2019 Justice Facilities Review jury
Frank J. Greene, FAIA, AIA (Chair), RicciGreene Associates, New York, NY
Tedd Howard, Tedd Howard Strategic Project Leaders, British Columbia, Canada
Mehrdad Yazdani, Assoc. AIA, Yazdani Studio of Cannon Design, Los Angeles, CA
Barbara Marcille, Multnomah County Circuit Court, Portland, OR
Mark Cavagnero, FAIA, Mark Cavagnero Associates Architects, San Francisco, CA
Chief Melanie Bevan, Ed.D., Bradenton, FL
Elizabeth McDonald, AIA , Bjarke Ingels Group, Brooklyn, NY

The Justice Facilities Review documents best practices in planning and design for Justice Architecture. Functionality and community impact, sustainability and economic feasibility, as well as aesthetic achievements are essential elements for identifying the success of these projects.

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JFR 1997-2017 Archive

The Justice Facilities Review is published each fall. Contact aaj@aia.org with any questions regarding the publication.

To download a PDF, visit the full collection of files online. You can also purchase a print copy of some recent editions at: 201720162015 | 2014 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2010 | 2009


Publication History: The first use of the title Justice Facilities Review was in the 1992-93 edition. Before that, it was called Architecture for Justice Exhibition, and was a catalog of the annual juried exhibition sponsored by the committee. The first published Architecture for Justice Exhibition catalog was in 1979, but the juried exhibition was already established before that year. The first year in which citations were given to some of the projects by the jury was 1988.