Please consider the following Interior Architecture Projects submitted in this year's AIA Eastern Oklahoma Design Excellence Awards. The link to vote for your favorite can be found at the bottom of this page.
Beck Design Oklahoma City Office, Carnegie Center | Beck Design
Photography By: Donald K. Beck, Jr.
The Beck Design Office Space is housed in the 100 year old Carnegie Library. The Office is located on the 1st floor of the Carnegie Building. It was the design intent to create a space that provides ample light and allows over 90% of the workspace to have line-of-sight views to the outside bringing the outdoor activity and energy into the building.
College of Engineering, Architecture & Technology Student Success Center, Oklahoma State University | Selser Schaefer Architects
Photography By: Ralph Cole Photography
Working with circular geometries of the existing building, we connected the east and west wings of the building – while connecting students with each other. Before, activities were dispersed throughout the campus. Now students can gather, socialize, study, and receive tutoring and career counseling in a welcoming place of their own. The modern energized design, representative of the technology attractive to CEAT students, features an outdoor plaza, high-tech classrooms, individual and collaborative study areas, a café and lounge.
Edward Delk's | 1 Architecture
Photography By: Jeremy Charles
Located in a historic 1920's art deco building, the goals for this project were twofold: 1) to pay homage to the architectural district in which the project is located and 2) to exude the feel of a cosmopolitan space that could be found in any of the most progressive cities in the country. The architect paid special attention to details and finishes to help achieve these goals and to merge both industrial and art deco elements.