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Registrar Recorder County Clerk Elections Operations Center - Santa Fe Springs, California Registrar Recorder County Clerk Elections Operations Center is a 110,000-square-foot facility that organizes, distributes, collects and processes all of the voting materials of Los Angeles’ 5000 voting precincts for every election. Collaboration and highly creative thinking provided an uplifting, vibrant and deserving atmosphere to the “enablers of democracy” who work in this space. Architect: Lehrer Architects

Vera Wang Boutique - Soho, NY Customers enter as performers on a stage, stepping into the elevated, double-height proscenium at the front of the store. The spatial sequence unfolds down a full-width, white Corian grand stair, which transitions into the more intimate display and changing area at the rear of the space. Architect: Gabellini Sheppard Associates

John E. Jaqua Center for Student Athletes - Eugene, Oregon The bright and lively John E. Jaqua Center for Student Athletes at the University of Oregon is an awakened, dazzling space that—through its design and aesthetics-emphasizes the value of academic and professional achievements to its athletic audience. Architect: ZGF Architects LLP

The Power House, Restoration/Renovation - St. Louis, Missouri These offices for the design architects' firm occupy a long-abandoned power house that still occupies an entire block of downtown St. Louis. The design challenge was to accommodate 32,000 square-feet of office, conference and support space for approximately 120 employees in a building with 19,000 square-feet of floor area, but over 400,000 cubic-feet of volume. Architect: Cannon Design

Washington Square Park Dental - San Francisco, California For this dentistry office located on the west edge of Washington Square Park in San Francisco, the main design goals involved maximizing the impression of space and length in the 1900-square-foot building and seamlessly bringing in elements of light and aesthetics from the exterior park all the way throughout the space. Architect: Montalba Architects, Inc.

The Academy of Music - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania This project is a devoted effort towards a truthful restoration. Hundreds of hours of research went into reconstructing the original design intent for the Academy of Music, using the Academy's archives, as well as resources from The Philadelphia Historical Commission, The Pennsylvania Historical Society, and The Athenaeum of Philadelphia. Architect: KlingStubbins

Moving Picture Company - Santa Monica, California The Moving Picture Company is a United Kingdom-based visual effects post-production company. With many trade-specific and spatial considerations, the design needed to be something that functioned very internally, yet avoided any darkness or cave-like dismalness that could come with ensuring that these functional inner spaces were operable. Architect: Patrick Tighe Architecture

Exeter Schools Multipurpose Space - Exeter, Missouri The challenge was to design a single space that functions as a cafeteria, practice gym and performance hall for a rural K-12 school district on a budget. The solution is a simple steel frame structure inserted into an existing courtyard with an outer layer of tectum and an inner layer of perforated wood panels. Architect: Dake Wells Architecture

Vancouver Convention Centre West - Vancouver, British Columbia Certified LEED® Canada Platinum, the Vancouver Convention Centre weaves together architecture, interior architecture, and urban design in a unified whole that functions literally as a living part of both the city and the harbor. Architect: LMN DA/MCM

Historic Central Park West Residence - New York, New York This project called for combining two untouched, disparate penthouses (circa 1920) in one of Manhattan’s noted landmark beaux-arts revival buildings to create one cohesive, seamless residence. It had to retain the best of the historic past, while still being appropriate to our time. Architect: Shelton, Mindel & Associates

The Cathedral of Christ the Light - Oakland, California The Diocese challenged the design team to create a building for the ages. As a result, the 1,350-seat sanctuary, with its side chapels, baptistery, health and legal clinics, and dependencies, will honor its religious and civic obligations to the Catholic Diocese and the city for centuries to come. Architect: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP

FIDM San Diego Campus - San Diego, California Having completed three previous major projects, the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising (FIDM) asked the architect to create a new San Diego campus that represents the school’s progressive attitude towards education. The result is a space that is non-traditional and centered around the value of design. Architect: Clive Wilkinson Architects

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