What: Florida Chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA)
When: Voting daily through April 6, 2012
Where: State-wide (3 Sites in West Palm Beach)
For its 100th anniversary the Florida Chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) has nominated 100 structures in Florida for their architectural significance.
They are asking the public to rank the nominated buildings and select the top building in Florida through online voting.
Three sites in West Palm Beach have made the list. They are: Payne AME chapel at 801 9th Street built in 1925 in the Gothic Revival Style and designed by Hazel Augustus, the former structure of Grace Episcopal Church at 3600 N. Australian (built 1957/demolished 2002) in the Tropical Modern style and designed by Robert Bradford Brown, and Temple Beth El at 2815 N. Flagler Drive built in 1967 and designed by Alfred Browning Parker in the Modern Vernacular style.
Please go to www.aiafltop100.org and vote for your favorite West Palm Beach building!