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2013 Institute Honor Awards for Interior Architecture

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The Institute Honor Awards for Interior Architecture acknowledge outstanding building interiors created by architects licensed in the United States. The awards program draws attention to the broad diversity of interior architecture. View all 2013 AIA Awards Recipients.

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Blessed Sacrament Chapel and Abbey Church Pavilion

Blessed Sacrament Chapel and Abbey Church Pavilion

  • VJAA

The addition and renovation of Marcel Breuer’s Abby Church complex blend seamlessly with the original 1950s structures. The project addressed the monastic community’s desire for a more open and accessible church and included renovation of the existing Chapter House, creation of a new sanctuary, and the addition a new two-level lobby.

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BNIM Iowa

BNIM Iowa

  • BNIM

The fundamental design objective for this project was to create an environment of collaboration in a space that engages the surrounding urban core. The space is organized around a central wall lined with cork panels and designed for critiques, display, and spontaneous collaboration.

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Charles Smith Wines

Charles Smith Wines

  • Olson Kundig Architects

Former-band-manager-turned-winemaker Charles Smith wanted a tasting room and office space that matched his rock-and-roll style. The conversion of an auto-electric building retained its gritty aesthetic and resulted in a highly flexible space that can be transformed from a tasting room to a drive-through.

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Chicago Apartment

Chicago Apartment

  • VJAA

The 5,500-square-foot penthouse apartment, located in a new high-rise in the Midwest, includes four bedrooms and a custom-designed playroom. The clients are collectors of contemporary Asian art, and the display of their collection played a central part in the development of the spaces.

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Doc Magic

DocMagic

  • RA-DA

The design of this interior work space, for a technology company that transmits highly sensitive information over the Internet, had to convey the company’s strong virtual presence through an equally powerful physical environment. This objective was achieved, in short, with the unique play of light and careful sculpting of passageways that connect the open work spaces.

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Lamar Advertising Corporate Headquarters

Lamar Advertising Corporate Headquarters

  • Eskew+Dumez+Ripple

At its core, the design of this new workplace for a billboard advertising company’s corporate headquarters is informed by some fairly basic tenets: People like variety; they need places to congregate; casual interaction fosters teamwork and creativity; natural light is a good thing; a little visual excitement can’t hurt.

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McAllen Main Library

McAllen Main Library

  • Meyer, Scherer & Rockcastle, Ltd.

The primary challenge of reusing an abandoned Walmart building was to create a highly functional, flexible library of 124,500 square feet on a single level. This area is equivalent to nearly two and a half football fields, making the new library the largest single-story library in the United States.

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PACCAR Hall

PACCAR Hall

  • LMN Architects

The new Foster School of Business converts the school’s existing collection of outdated facilities—through new construction and renovation—into a cohesive education complex that embodies its educational focus of leadership development, strategic thinking, and collaboration. The project includes two new, interconnected buildings and renovation of the subterranean library.

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Todd Bolender Center for Dance and Creativity

Todd Bolender Center for Dance and Creativity

  • BNIM

Relocating the Kansas City Ballet (KCB) involved preservation and adaptive reuse of the 52,000-square-foot historic Power House at Kansas City’s Union Station, a former coal-burning plant completed in 1914. Listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 2004, the building sat abandoned from the 1970s until 2006.

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