1985: A Richard Meier house in Malibu, California, embraces the reflections of the Pacific Ocean. Photography by Miro Zagnoli.
1986: An angelic figure inspired by Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel graces the ceiling, painted by artist Louise Crandell, of Paul Siskin’s New York studio. Photography by Robert Shimer/Hedrich Blessing.
1987: Jack Lenor Larsen releases Anemone, a silk-polyester jacquard. Photography by David Arky/Cowtan & Tout.
1987: Jeremiah Goodman’s illustration of the restored grand ballroom at New York’s Waldorf-Astoria adorns
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1988: At Bernardo Fort-Brescia and Laurinda Spear’s Banco de Crédito in Lima, Peru, a balcony juts into the atrium. Photography Timothy Hursley.
1989: A marble stair connects two levels of a New York penthouse by Michael Gabellini. Photography by Paul Warchol.
1990: Rand Elliott transforms an Oklahoma City art gallery into Ballet Oklahoma. Photography by Wolfgang Hoyt/Esto.
1991: Gwynne Pugh and Lawrence Scarpa unveil the Dektor Film Group in Los Angeles. Photography by Marvin Rand.
1992: William Sofield’s Gucci boutique in L.A. features Omnibus seating by Hall of Fame member Vladimir Kagan. Photography courtesy of Gucci.
1993: Creative Artists Agency founder Michael Ovitz’s L.A. house by Kitty Hawks contains works by Pablo Picasso and Chuck Close. Photography by Michael Moran/Otto.
1994: Kartell releases Antonio Citterio’s Mobil, a trolley-drawer system in chrome-plated steel and molded plastic. Photography courtesy of Kartell.
1995: Shigeru Ban makes an architectural joke at the Curtain Wall House in Tokyo. Photography by Hiroyuki Hirai.
1996: John Pawson’s Jigsaw boutique, reflecting his earlier gallery designs, opens in London. Photography by Richard Glover.
1997: Kevin Walz produces KorQinc cork furniture. Photography by Paul Rocheleau.
1997: The tea pavilion at Tony Duquette’s Malibu ranch appears on the cover of our Hall of Fame supplement.
1998: Shipping crates inspire Clive Wilkinson’s Los Angeles office for TBWA\Chiat\Day. Photography by Benny Chan/Fotoworks.
1999: Peter Shelton and Lee Mindel riff on a forced-perspective fun house for Fila’s U.S. headquarters, in Baltimore. Photography by Dan Cornish.
2000: Carolina Herrera opens a New York boutique by George Yabu and Glenn Pushelberg. Photography by David Joseph.
2001: Albert Hadley sketches a proposal for a New York apartment. Photography courtesy of Ingo Maurer.
2002: David Rockwell’s sets for the musical Hairspray debut on Broadway. Photography by David Joseph.
2003: With the Canned Light pendant fixture, Ingo Maurer nods to Andy Warhol. Photography courtesy of the Estate of Albert Hadley.
2004: Gaetano Pesce launches Nobody’s Perfect, a bed with a resin headboard that depicts a kiss. Photography courtesy of Gaetano Pesce.
2005: Barry Sternlicht masterminds the W Montreal hotel. Photography by Whit Preston.
2006: Murray Moss displays the Panda Banquete chair by the brothers Fernando and Humberto Campana for Edra. Photography courtesy of Moss Bureau.
2007: Frank Gehry and Todd DeGarmo collaborate on the IAC headquarters in New York.
2008: Parrot releases Andrée Putman’s digital photo frame with LCD screen. Photography by Marc Able.
2009: Honored with a firm-wide award, Gensler operates 46 offices including Chicago. Photography courtesy of Gensler.
2010: A 76th-floor spa terrace exemplifies Nada Andric’s work at the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa in Dubayy, United Arab Emirates. Photography by Nick Merrick/Hedrich Blessing.
2011: Neil Denari’s apartment building opens next to New York’s High Line park. Photography by Benny Chan/Fotoworks.
2012: Rysia Suchecka leads the team for the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation in Seattle. Photography by Sean Airhart/NBBJ.
2013: Founded by George Beylerian, Material ConneXion grows to display over 2,500 samples at its New York library.
2014: Clodagh digitally prints her thoughts about wellness on recycled-polyester wall covering for the lobby of a New York apartment building. Photography by Guy Humphrey.