Top 100 Giants 2017: Which Recent Project Is Most Inspiring?

Which recent project is most inspiring? We asked our Top 100 Giants to weigh in. View three responses here, and head to the slideshow for more!



1. Firm: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill.

Project: JT International, 2015.

Site: Geneva.

Standout: Powder-coated aluminum panels commissioned from artist Liam Gillick enliven the main staircase at the 400,000-square-foot headquarters.



2. Firm: Yabu Pushelberg.

Project: London Edition, 2013.

Site: London.

Standout: In the lobby, backlit mirrors with silver-leafed arches unite the contemporary blackened steel bar with restored plaster molding from the 19th century.



3. Firm: ZGF Architects.

Project: Randall Children's Hospital at Legacy Emanuel, 2012.

Site: Portland, Oregon.

Standout: Channeling the healing force of nature, a hallway gallery was transformed into a forest of pine logs.


> See more from the January 2017 issue of Interior Design

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