Today, The American Institute of Architects revealed the winners of its 2021 Interior Architecture Awards. AIA selected seven projects that display a "sense of place and purpose, ecology and environmental sustainability, and history," according to its press release. The firms behind this year's winners are Marcy Wong Donn Logan Architects in Berkeley, Calif.; Trahan Architects/APAC in New Orleans; Marlon Blackwell Architects in Fayetteville, Ark.; Aidlin Darling Design in San Francisco; LMN Architects in Seattle; William Rawn Associates, Architects in Boston; and Architecture Research Office in New York.

The jury for the 2021 Interior Architecture Awards comprised chair Carol Bentel, FAIA, of Bentel & Bentel Architects in Locust Valley, N.Y.; Michelle Watanabe, AIA, of Leo A Daly in Minneapolis; John Harrison, FAIA, of GreenSlate in Seattle; Venesa Alicea-Chuqui, AIA, of Nyvarch Architecture in New York; and Heather Rose-Dunning of Yellow Dog Studio in Minneapolis.

The Winning Projects

Billy Hustace

An Historic Shipyard Reincarnation in San Francisco, designed by Marcy Wong Donn Logan Architects

Leonid Furmansky

Coca-Cola Stage at Alliance Theatre in Atlanta, designed by Trahan Architects

Timothy Hursley

Co-Op Ramen in Bentonville, Ark., designed by Marlon Blackwell Architects

Joe Fletcher

High Desert Retreat in Mountain Center, Calif., designed by Aidlin Darling Design

Lara Swimmer

Seattle Academy of Arts and Sciences Middle School in Seattle, designed by LMN Architects

Robert Benson Photography

Tanglewood Linde Center for Music and Learning in Lenox, Mass., designed by William Rawn Associates, Architects

Elizabeth Felicella

Vilcek Foundation in New York, designed by Architecture Research Office

See more winners of the 2021 AIA Honor Awards here. This article has been updated since first publication.