Awards - Competitions - Exhibitions



2014Martin Holub Architects received the 2014 New York Excellence Award in Construction by the US Institute for Excellence in Commerce (USIEC)
2012Lake Drive House Addition won "2012 Best of Remodeling" award on Houzz.com, an architectural website.
See www.houzz.com/pro/martinholub.
2010Invited by Czech Chamber of Architects to chair an international jury of an annual competition to award GRAND PRIX 2010 to the best building completed in Czech Republic in the previous year
2006Exterior Restoration Award bestowed by the Friends of Upper East Side Historic District for restoration and renovation of Bohemian Hall in New York City


2005Juror in an international competition for Architecture Center in Prague, Czech Republic, sponsored by the National AIA Committee on Design in Washington D.C.
2003Invited to participate in an exhibition Czech Architects Abroad organized in Prague by Czech Ministry of Culture, Gallery Jaroslav Fragner, October 2003
 
2002Honor Award for the design of the Dominican Chapel in Sparkill, NY, in the annual Design Awards Program of the New York Council of the Society of American Registered Architects (SARA)

  
2001First Prize for design excellence in the annual Design Awards Program of the New York Council of the Society of American Registered Architects for the design of Patricia Lane House in Dutchess County, NY

        

              
1989Featured in American Architects, A Survey of Award-Winning Contemporaries and Their Notable Works, by American References Publishing, Chicago, IL
1988Listed in Who's Who in America by Marquis Who's Who, Inc., Chicago
1986Listed in Who's Who in the East by Marquis Who's Who, Inc. Chicago
1978Listed in Who's Who in the World by Marquis Who's Who, Inc., Chicago
1976Honor Award of Tennessee Society of Architects and Honor Award of Gulf States Regional Convention of the American Institute of Architects for the design of Rokeby Condominium Apartments in Nashville, Tennessee

  
1972Three renderings exhibited at Birch Burdette Long Memorial Exhibition at the American Institute of Architects in New York
1971Two renderings exhibited at the Architectural League of New York
1969Competition for a new building of the Architectural Association in London
1967Invited to exhibit six projects in U.I.A. (Union International des Architects) Congress in Prague
1965Award in a competition for the Czechoslovak Pavilion at the World Fair in Montreal, Canada
1964Second Prize in a competition for a Mountain Hotel in Czechoslovakia
1963Second Prize in National Furniture Competition, Czechoslovakia (an arm chair selected for mass production)