Nine projects have been honored across two categories.
The sponsors of Visit. Win. Fly are: Aquafil USA, Bentley, Davis Furniture, Integra, Kwalu, Rubbermaid Commercial Products, and Mohawk Group.
This year’s winners include Steelcase, BuzziSpace, SurfaceWorks, and TURF Design.
In addition to a student category, the Interiors Awards will honor projects across 15 professional project type categories, including the newly added category of lobby repositioning.
The award is bestowed in commemoration of the 40th anniversary of the Aga Kahn Award for Architecture.
This year’s winner in the Architecture Design category is MASS Design Group, Contract’s 2012 Designer of the Year.
Zintra Acoustic Solutions by MDC took home the Best of Competition award at this year’s HD Expo conference in Las Vegas.
Winners were announced last night during the annual ceremony and gala at the Lyric Opera of Chicago.
The awards recognize a commitment to social responsibility in commercial interior architecture and design.
The honorees will showcase their work in New York and participate in the league’s annual lecture series.
Honoring innovative architectural and interior design solutions that enhance the quality of healthcare delivery, the deadline to enter is July 11, 2017.
Mac Stopa and David Mourning will be formally recognized during the IIDA Annual Meeting this June.
The annual competition first launched in 2012 to deliver an investigation of architectural follies through large-scale utilitarian projects for public exhibition at the Long Island City sculpture park.
The international teams will submit full design concepts for public exhibition by June 9.
Best of Competition was awarded to Kendu In-Store Visual Solutions for Flowbox–The New Dynamic Display.
AvroKO received nominations in both design categories.
The three architects launched the Spanish firm RCR Arquitectes in 1988.
All honorees will be recognized during the 2017 AIA Conference in Orlando.
Honoring new products exhibited at theMART during NeoCon® in June, the deadline to enter is May 1.
Lumen will serve as a temporary urban landscape for the 20th season of MoMA PS1’s annual outdoor music series Warm Up, and will remain on view throughout the summer.
The eight winners will each deliver lectures this March in New York.
A New York native brings a sense of fashion, style, and sophistication to the commercial interiors practice at TPG Architecture.
Alan Greenberger, Lawrence Scarpa, and the Enterprise Rose Architectural Fellowship will each be honored at the AIA Conference later this year.
The I.M. Pei–designed, 71-foot-tall pyramid first debuted in 1989.
Ronald Skaggs, FAIA, and the Detroit Collaborative Design Center will be recognized at the 2017 AIA National Convention in April.
The San Francisco firm is one of three practices to receive eight AIA COTE Top Ten awards.
The Brutalist UTEC campus design debuted in April 2015 with help from local firm Shell Arquitectos.
The New York firm was the only U.S. practice considered in the expansion competition’s final phase.
The 2016 winners were announced at the Healthcare Design Expo & Conference in November.
The winning design will be announced in February and installed in the museum’s courtyard by June.
The award is the only formal performance excellence recognition bestowed by the president to both public and private organizations.
Adjaye Associates, Caruso St. John, Studio Libeskind, and Zaha Hadid Architects are among those under consideration.
The spaces were crafted by Suzanne Tick and Bentley Mills, respectively.
Zaha Hadid Architects, David Chipperfield Architects, and Grafton Architects are among the firms behind this year’s nominated projects.
The $218 million building will be situated at the heart of the city’s Cultural Forum.
Each firm will present their designs to the public later this month.
Six international projects were honored out of more than 450 submissions.
Despite being shortlisted twice before, this is the first time Caruso St. John Architects has won the RIBA Stirling Prize.
The six winning designs span five countries including Bangladesh, China, Denmark, Iran, and Lebanon.
The Interiors Awards celebrate great design in projects across 14 categories of commercial interior architecture and design, as well as a student category.
The design teams include Arcadis, Pelli Clarke Pelli, and Perkins Eastman.
The winner of the four will be announced later this month.
The isolated Madrasa-style education center will be located in southwestern Morocco.
The design will embody that of a green hill to link urban and natural landscapes.
The AIA’s Committee on Architecture for Education recognized 12 sites that exemplify the latest design trends in education.
The 250-acre island will feature a hotel complex, amusement park, and bridge linking it to the Hainan province.
The entry deadline is September 15, 2016.
The four million-square-foot mixed-use complex will be developed in six phases.
The winning design is expected to be announced in October.
The winning design includes a network of terraces carved into the geometric facade.
The winning proposal entails a modern and interactive retelling of Noah’s Ark.
Zones by Teknion and PearsonLloyd was named the 2016 Best of NeoCon Best of Competition.
The location in West Smithfield is expected to open its doors in 2022.
The installation is on display at Seoul’s National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art.
The Bayview Correctional Facility will undergo an overhaul beginning next year.
The historic three-building structure hosted the trial of Jack Ruby and a jail cell of Clyde Barrow.
One of the 343 contending projects will be chosen as the World Building of the Year.
The five teams were chosen as part the Port Authority’s call for submissions to design a bus terminal in Midtown.
Gluckman Tang Architects is the only American firm contending for the renovation project.
goCstudio, Eskew+Dumez+Ripple, and Nikolov Architecture and Design are among the firm’s behind this year’s winning projects.
The New York-based duo are known for projects such as the Barnes Foundation art museum in Philadelphia, University of Chicago Logan Center for the Arts, and the American Folk Art Museum in New York.
The proposal calls for the addition of an irrigation network to address flooding in the park.
BIG, Caruso St John, and Stanton Williams are among the firms under consideration for the project.
This year’s winning restoration projects include Pittsburgh’s Mellon Square and the Met Breuer in New York.
The New York–based firm has been selected as the winner of the competition to design the new National Veterans Resource Complex
Winners were announced during a ceremony that took place in Chicago.
Moore Ruble Yudell and Tongji Architectural Design and Research Institute will create a home for the school’s new College of Architecture and Design.
This year’s winners include KI, 3form, Universal Fibers, and Benjamin Moore.
The awards celebrate great design in projects across 14 categories of commercial interior architecture and design, as well as a student category,
Paulo Mendes da Rocha and Paraguayan firm Gabinete de Arquitectura received the highest honors.
The awards honor healthcare interior architecture and design across a range of project types.
Zaha Hadid Architects, HOK, Grimshaw, and Benoy each unveiled innovative concepts for the London airport.
The Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) took home the Best School honor.
The Virginia Tech professor received the Nancy Vincent McClelland award in 2015.