2017 AIA Awards - Interior Architecture
Impactful building interiors make their mark on the cities, places, and spaces where we live and work.
The 2017 Interior Architecture program celebrates the most innovative and spectacular interior spaces, with projects ranging from the 65th floor of 30 Rockefeller Plaza in New York City to the restaurant at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
30 Rockefeller Plaza: 65th Floor, Rainbow Room, SixtyFive
This preeminent event space, located atop New York City's 30 Rockefeller Plaza, melds the contemporary and the historic.
General Motors Design Auditorium
This 180-foot-diameter domed space provides indirect lighting and a shadowless environment for evaluating the form and finish of the company’s vehicles.
George Washington University, Milken Institute School of Public Health
This highly sustainable, 161,000-square-foot new building finally provides the university's school of public health with a true home of its own.
This restaurant at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art has turned the concept of museum dining on its head.
The content sharing service's headquarters in San Francisco is a true urban campus that is fully integrated with its surrounding community.
University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, Claire T. Carney Library
The university aimed to transform this Brutalist library into a modern hub of knowledge that supported its educational and technological needs.
While most theaters require opaque volumes that are closed off from their surroundings, Writers Theatre’s design allows it to serve as a hub of creative energy.
Paul Warchol Photography