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Four jurors selected this year's AL Design Awards winners.
Daylighting is one of the most challenging lighting strategies to implement. This year, the jury was torn between two projects that it felt exemplified different thinking about daylighting design—the poetic and the functional.
The creative use of light and imagery at Sunderland Station transforms the tedium of everyday commuting into an unexpected and interactive moment.
Transparency and luminosity underscore this new two-story library in Washington, D.C.'s southwest neighborhood of Anacostia.
Like a cabinet of curiosities, the Cushing Center—home to Dr. Harvey Cushing's collection of human brain specimens, one of the most unique and significant medical collections of the 20th century—slowly reveals itself to visitors.
J.P. Morgan's mansion at the corner of Madison Avenue and East 36th Street was the first electrically lit private residence in New York City, a feat the banking mogul took great pride in.
Following the tradition of great Chicago high-rise office buildings, 155 North Wacker Drive first roots itself to the street with a grand lobby and atrium before it begins its 46-story climb toward the sky.
“The coolest sports bar in America” was the client's request, and that's what architect Rand Elliott delivered.
The Jaqua Center, designed specifically to address the academic needs of student athletes, creates a unique learning environment in which the athletes can succeed on and off the field.
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