2014 is gone. Very far gone. Nonetheless it’s always good to remember the big projects that were done during that period. Giant companies like Gensler, HOK, Perkins+Will made dreams come true in flawless giant projects. Let’s see the 20 biggest projects done in 2014 (via Interior Design Magazine):
1 – Gensler, Ranked #1. Project: Alexander Hotel. Location: Indianapolis. Photography by Andrew Bordwin
2 – Perkins + Will, Ranked #3. Project: Media Offices. Location: Sydney, Australia. Photography by Nicole England.
3 – HOK, Ranked #5. Project: WPP. Location: Toronto. Photography by Tom Arban.
4 – Callison, Ranked #6. Project: Kid’s Cavern. Location: Macao, China. Photography courtesy of Callison.
5 – IA Interior Architects, Ranked #7. Project: Mercedes-Benz Research and Development. Location: Sunnyvale, California. Photography by Sherman Takata.
6 – Stantec, Ranked #8. Project: BMObility. Location: Toronto. Photography by Richard Johnson.
7 – Leo A Daly, Ranked #9. Project: The Melrose Georgetown Hotel. Location: Washington, DC. Photography by Tony Secker.
8 – Cannon Design, Ranked #10. Project: Museum of Tolerance. Location: Los Angeles, CA. Photography by Anton Grassl/Esto.
9 – Nelson, Ranked #13. Project: Goldman Ismail Tomaselli Brennan & Baum. Location: Chicago. Photography by Padgett and Company.
10 – NBBJ, Ranked #14. Project: University of San Francisco John Lo Schiavo, S.J. Center for Science and Innovation. Location: San Francisco, CA. Photography by Sean Airhart.
Via Interior Design