Honor

Aluksne Banitis Station

Honor Award 2019
Best of Show Award 2019
Aluksne Banitis Station

This multimedia exhibition is dedicated to a unique narrow-gauge railway line in Europe that is not only a place for the preservation of collective memory but is still operational today. The goal of the exhibition design was to create a virtual journey within a stationary space by means of a story about the history of the railway and its technical aspects, which would highlight the importance of local industrial heritage in the context of broader transport history.

Cornell Tech

Honor Award 2019
Cornell Tech

Cornell Tech is a new campus for technology on New York’s Roosevelt Island. Located in the East River between Midtown Manhattan and Long Island City, the graduate school is poised to become a global center for collaboration and innovation.

The digital age is making it easier, faster and cheaper to develop new products and services than ever before. Cornell Tech is building a diverse environment of academics and practitioners who excel at imagining, researching and building digitally-enabled products and services to directly address societal and commercial needs.

The Seven Worlds of Vladimir Vysotsky

Honor Award 2019
The Seven Worlds of Vladimir Vysotsky

"Hallways: Seven Worlds of Vladimir Vysotsky" at The Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center in Moscow is an immersive multimedia exhibition dedicated to the work of Vladimir Vysotsky, a 20th-century Russian poet, songwriter and actor, who is a revered cultural icon in Russia and beyond. Visitors enter the world of his songs, brought to life through a series of recreated environments that reoccur in his work.

Anglers' Seats

Honor Award 2019
Anglers' Seats

By creating a visual reference to an aquatic plant, the Bog Arum (Calla Palustris) that one occasionally finds on lake shores around Latvia, the Design Studio H2E team created special angling spaces on Lake Aluksne. In a unique way, these anglers’ seats combine a functional aspect with information about species of fish in the lake and the richness of the culture and nature of the surrounding area.

Yulha Art Lounge

Honor Award 2019
Yulha Art Lounge

There are a number of reasons why some public spaces get left behind in the midst of development and progress, like: illegal dumping, restrictive access, severe restrictions on zoning, lack of funding, lack of interest, etc. The project location had all of these challenges—and more.

ARUP Workplace

Honor Award 2019
ARUP Workplace

Studio Ongarato developed a comprehensive signage and environmental graphics system based on the concept "Testing Grounds" for the Melbourne headquarters of globally respected engineering firm Arup. Designed to complement the organization’s corporate values of honesty, integrity and ingenuity, the final outcome reflects notions of investigation, discovery, innovation and the aspiration to put "Arup on Display."

The Red Stairs

Honor Award 2018
Sylvia Harris Award 2018
The Red Stairs

The project was completed within the environmental graphic course for second-year students and was also part of Open Your Space 2017, which is an ongoing research and design initiative. It draws on the relationship between design solution and social innovation ideas in Chinese urban context, and explores how design intervention collectively shapes the public realm to maximize shared value in the built environment.

Archive Dreaming

Honor Award 2018
Best of Show Award 2018
Archive Dreaming

What are the urgent conditions, responsibilities, meanings and future-directed objectives for a cultural institution functioning in the future? By attempting to consider these concerns along with questions of efficiency, ecology and sustainability, SALT’s 2017 program provisionally titled "What If…?" was to be composed of a series of changes to internal working practices, accompanied by five artistic interventions/architectural gestures that reconsider and reinvigorate the spaces, the ambitions, and the constituent relations of SALT Galata.

LAVA Centre

Honor Award 2018
LAVA Centre

The LAVA Centre sits between five of Iceland's greatest volcanoes. The main exhibition, designed by Basalt Architects and Gagarín, reveals the epic forces of nature that shape our planet and created Iceland. Visitors get a crash course in volcanology while experiencing the extreme forces associated with volcanic eruptions and earthquakes.


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