2020 AIA Awards - Interior Architecture
The 2020 Interior Architecture program celebrates the most innovative and spectacular interior spaces. Impressive building interiors make their mark on the cities, places, and spaces where we live and work.
Chicago Public Library, West Loop Branch
The first Chicago Public Library branch built in the burgeoning West Loop neighborhood, this two-story adaptive reuse project transformed former television studios into a new cultural and social center.
Corning Museum of Glass
Welcoming nearly 500,000 visitors annually, the Corning Museum of Glass is one of New York’s most popular museums.
Dandelion Chocolate Factory
This new home for Dandelion Chocolate in San Francisco embodies the company’s core mission and brand.
Ford Foundation Center for Social Justice
With its interior garden and striking mid-century modern furniture collection, the Ford Foundation building in New York was celebrated as a modernist icon when it was completed in 1968.
Google, Spruce Goose
Originally built in 1943 for the construction of Howard Hughes’ H-4 Hercules airplane, this 450,000-square-foot hangar now houses a new technological marvel.
MASS MoCA Building
With galleries sculpted from the bones of a former factory, this project marks the completion of the third and final phase for the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art’s 25-year master plan and the complete transformation of a 28-building factory campus that was shuttered in the late 1980s.
Voxman Music Building
In 2008, severe flooding damaged the University of Iowa School of Music, leaving its students adrift with no home on campus and no space for practice and performances.