AIA Interior Architecture Awards 2024

The 2024 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.

Jury, AIA Awards – Interior Architecture Awards 2024

Luis G. Huertas, AIA, Chair, Sustainable Design Consulting, LLC, Richmond, Va.

Lori Apfel Cardeli, AIA, LAC Arch, Bethesda, Md. 

Denise Rush, Boston Architectural College, Boston

Mark Schwamel, FAIA, Ware Malcomb, Chicago

Jennie West, AIA, Studio West Design, New Orleans

sports field at high school
Photo: Chuck Choi

Billerica Memorial High School

Architect: Perkins & Will

The award-winning interior architecture for the Billerica Memorial High School reflects its heritage in a New England mill town while expressing its forward-thinking academic mission.


Aerial, David Geffen Hall
Photo: Michael Moran

David Geffen Hall

Architect: Diamond Schmitt (Masterplan and Theater); Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects | Partners (Public Spaces)

The award-winning interior architecture for the David Geffen Hall at the Lincoln Center, home to the New York Philharmonic, is more than a music hall, it is a cultural landmark.


Campus frontage deliberately quiet in form and detail
Photo: Robert Benson Photography

Rockwell Integrated Sciences Center, Lafayette College

Architect: Payette

The award-winning interior architecture for the Rockwell Integrated Sciences Center, Lafayette College evolves around the building’s heart, a vibrant four-story gathering space.


open market
Photo: Scott Norsworthy

Maeli Market—Taiwanese Specialty Shop

Architect: Suulin Architects

The award-winning interior architecture for the Maeli Market represents Taiwan and its unique island culture, highlighting the varied topography, landscape forms, plant species, and vistas at the core of its thousands of years of unique cultural and historical development and identity.


public gallery
Photo: Paul Rivera

Mingei International Museum

Architect: LUCE et studio architects

The award-winning interior architecture for the Mingei International Museum has a 40-year legacy of exhibiting and commissioning traditional handcraft with the goal of preserving traditional practices and celebrating those who carry forward the hand-hewn objects. 


garden view
Photo: Alan Karchmer / OTTO

Royal Norwegian Embassy Renovation

Architect: Fentress Architects

The award-winning interior architecture for the Royal Norwegian Embassy Renovation provides a sustainable, functional, and accessible 21st century office environment for foreign diplomats and staff.


coworking space
Photo: Alan Karchmer

The Center of Developing Entrepreneurs

Architect: EskewDumezRipple

The award-winning interior architecture for the Center of Developing Entrepreneurs is a mixed-use project in Downtown Charlottesville comprised of a new public plaza for the historic pedestrian mall and multi-use space which includes a strategic combination of coworking, office space, shared amenities, and retail spaces.


aerial
Photo: Halkin Mason Photography

University of Virginia, University Hospital Expansion

Architect: Perkins&Will

The award-winning interior architecture for the University of Virginia, University Hospital Expansion is designed to connect people to the calming effects of nature, reduce the building’s environmental impact, and allow for future flexibility to accommodate evolving medical technology and best practices.

For more information on each of this year’s AIA Interior Architecture Awards, click on this link.