Google Images by Connie Zhou Google Spruce Goose in Mountainview, Calif.

Today, the American Institute of Architects announced the winners of the 2020 Interior Architecture Awards. The organization recognized seven projects in the United States for innovative design that includes a "sense of place and purpose, ecology and environmental sustainability and history."

The jury for the 2020 Interior Architecture Awards comprised chair Zena Howard, FAIA, of Perkins and Will in Charlotte, N.C.; Benjamin de Rubertis, AIA, of Flad Architects in Seattle; Kelly Haigh, AIA, of DesignLab Architects in Boston; James Garrett, AIA, of 4RM+ULA in Saint Paul, Minn.; and Kelly Bauer of White Baux Studio in Phoenix.

The 2020 winners are:

Tom Harris

Chicago Public Library, West Loop Branch
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill

Scott Frances/OTTO

Corning Museum of Glass
Corning, N.Y.
Thomas Phifer and Partners

Ryan Gobuty / Gensle

Dandelion Chocolate Factory
San Francisco

Garrett Rowland, courtesy of Gensler

Ford Foundation Center for Social Justice
New York City

Google Images by Connie Zhou

Google, Spruce Goose
Los Angeles
ZGF Architects

Michael Moran Photography

MASS MoCA Building 6
North Adams, Mass.
Bruner/Cott Architects

Tim Griffith

Voxman Music Building
Iowa City, Iowa
LMN Architects

To see the winners of the 2020 Regional & Urban Design Awards, click here.