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  • A View on Wright

    The Darwin D. Martin House Complex (1903–1905) in Buffalo, N.Y., stands as one of the early shining examples of the Prairie School, as well as one of Frank Lloyd Wright's most elaborate residential designs.

  • Hancock Lofts

    Koning Eizenberg's Hancock Lofts addresses L.A.'s biggest barrier to greater density, parking, by including it in the building design.

  • Special Citation for the Artful Delivery of Design to Public School Spaces, Interior Lighting - P.S. 31 (Staten Island) & P.S. 110 (Manhattan), New York

    Since 2001, a group of more than 50 school libraries within the New York City public school system have undergone a transformation thanks to the Robin Hood Foundation's “L!brary Initiative.”

  • Commendable Achievement, Exhibit Lighting - Science Storms, Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago

    Science Storms, a permanent exhibition at the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago, was the dream job for a lighting designer.

  • Commendable Achievement, Interior Lighting - 1100 First Street NE, Washington, D.C.

    Office buildings run the risk of falling into anonymity, which was a possibility for 1100 First Street NE, a modernist glass block designed by Krueck + Sexton Architects.

  • Outstanding Achievement, Whole Building - W Fort Lauderdale, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.

    With their roughly 50 locations worldwide, the W Hotel chain has set a loose but reliable formula for hip, laid-back hospitality. However, when a Miami development group decided they wanted to bring the franchise to a stretch of oceanfront in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., already brimming with fashionable...

  • Outstanding Achievement, Interior Lighting - Vera Wang New York Flagship Store

    As a high-end shopping district, it's hard to beat New York's Soho neighborhood.

  • Outstanding Achievement, Exterior Lighting - Telekom Bridge, Deutsche Telekom, Bonn, Germany

    To connect its group headquarters' office buildings, separated by one of the busiest streets in Bonn, Germany, Deutsche Telekom knew it needed to construct a bridge to facilitate pedestrian crossing.

  • Utility Bridge and Telekom Bridge Video

  • Experiments in Light

    Light can assume many different personalities. Its mercurial properties enable it to be simultaneously utilitarian and abstract. And, on occasion, when artistic explorations lead to practical applications, we are reminded of design's capacity to solve problems and re-imagine basic principles.