2020 AIA Awards- Interior Architecture
Dandelion Chocolate Factory, San Francisco
The new home for Dandelion Chocolate Factory in San Francisco is in a previously vacant century-old industrial warehouse.
“I think this design hits on all cylinders; it connects the landscape, building exterior, and interiors through material color and texture…it creates an open, airy, dramatic interior spaces that are well finished, attractive and comfortable for students…” – Jury comment
Google, Spruce Goose
Originally built in 1943 the landmark hanger of Howard Hughes’ H-4 Hercules airplane has been restored and transformed into a new technological marvel.
“The adaptation of [this] landmark hangar is incredible, and suggests a continuity and parallel in the innovate work of Hughes and Google. Old and new are richer for one another.” – Jury comment
Learn more about all of the 2020 AIA Awards- Interior Architecture recipients.
Voxman Music Building Iowa City, Iowa
Chicago Public Library- West Loop Branch
MASS MoCA- North Adams, MA
Ford Foundation for Social Justice- NYC
Corning Museum of Glass- Corning, New York
Image Credits: James Ewing/OTTO