Today, the American Institute of Architects announced the winners of the 2019 Institute Honor Awards for Interior Architecture. Nine projects were recognized, seven of which are in the U.S. with one in South Korea and another in Denmark.

This year’s jury comprised chair Candid Rogers, FAIA, of Candid Rogers Architect; Cornell Anderson, AIA, of Fieldwork Design & Architecture; Caitlin Daley, AIA, of Buell Kratzer Powell; William T. Eberhard, AIA, of Eberhard Architects; and Peter MacKeith, Assoc. AIA, of the University of Arkansas, Fay Jones School of Architecture.

To read more about each of this year’s winners and see more pictures, visit ARCHITECT’s Project Gallery.

Peter Aaron/OTTO

Apple Store, Upper East Side
New York City
Bohlin Cywinski Jackson

Design Studio in Austin, Texas, designed by AlterStudio
Casey Dunn

Design Office
Austin, Texas
AlterStudio Architecture

Nacasa & Partners

Hyundai Capital Convention Hall
Seoul, South Korea

Bruce Damonte

New United States Courthouse—Los Angeles
Los Angeles
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill

Rasmus Hjortshøj

Noma 2.0
Copenhagen, Denmark
Bjarke Ingels Group

Tom Rossiter

Optimo Hat Co. Headquarters
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill

Shirley Ryan AbilityLab in Chicago, designed by HDR|Gensler, in association with Clive Wilkinson Architects
Michael Moran/OTTO

Shirley Ryan AbilityLab
HDR|Gensler, in association with Clive Wilkinson Architects

Will Crocker

St. Pius Adoration Chapel and Prayer Garden
New Orleans

Studio Dental II in San Francisco, designed by Montalba Architects
Kevin Scott

Studio Dental II
San Francisco
Montalba Architects

Click here to see the 2018 Winners of the AIA Institute Honor Awards for Interior Architecture.