2023 AIA Awards - Interior Architecture
The 2023 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.
800 Fulton Market
Standing as the gateway to one of Chicago’s most dynamic neighborhoods, 800 Fulton Market is a carefully integrated mixed-use workplace that includes a wealth of health and wellness-focused amenities.
Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library
This project is the focal point of the Washington, D.C. Public Library’s ambitious initiative to renew its aging infrastructure and reposition its libraries as vital resources in the digital information age.
Mount Auburn Cemetery - Bigelow Chapel and New Crematory
Consecrated in 1831 and designated a National Historic Landmark in 2003, Mount Auburn Cemetery in Cambridge, Massachusetts, stands as one of the most important and complex landscapes in the United States.
This 3,592-square-foot home in Texas’ harsh Hill Country is an exploration of materials and the myriad benefits they can provide users.
Student Success District, University of Arizona
This project, on the University of Arizona’s Tuscon campus, unites the school’s essential yet siloed student support services.
Nestled into the hills that overlook Napa Valley, this home for a family of three is clearly defined by its distinctive triad of gable roof structures.
Southwest Public Library - Washington, DC
This new library delivers a sustainable and unique design to a community sorely in need of a facility filled with cutting-edge technology, spaces for gathering, and educational opportunities.
Willis Tower Repositioning
When it rose on Chicago’s skyline in 1973, Willis Tower became an instant American architectural icon.