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The internationally acclaimed CODAawards celebrate the projects that most successfully integrate commissioned art into interior, architectural, or public spaces.

Commissioned Art Matters - and the CODAawards celebrate this. The CODAawards program honors the individuals and the teams whose collective imaginations create the public and private spaces that inspire us every day.

Voting and jurying for the 2024 CODAawards has closed. Thank you to everyone who participated, everyone who submitted, and everyone involved in celebrating public art around the world. Winners will be announced in August!



2023 CODAaward Winning Projects:

Benefits for CODAawards Winners:

Global Recognition

CODAawards winners are promoted by CODAworx through an international PR campaign, delivering unparalleled public recognition through print, social media, and digital presence throughout the year. It's not uncommon for award-winning projects to attract press attention this way. When you win a CODAaward, you're not just celebrated, you're thrust into the global spotlight. Working with our NY PR firm, CODAworx launches an international PR blitz, ensuring that your victory is broadcast in print and digital media.

Be Honored at the Premiere In-Person Art + Technology Conference

This year, winners will be honored at the CODAawards Celebration Luncheon, part of CODAsummit in Cincinnati. Award winners will be honored in a live ceremony, have their work presented to all conference attendees and take home their award statuette, on top of free registration to the entire 3-day conference.

Have Your Work Seen by Thought Leaders in the Industry

Our distinguished jury of luminaries in design and art will be viewing and scoring entries. From top architects and designers, to leaders in the art world such as museum curators and leading arts organizations, they represent some of the most forward-thinking individuals who are major influencers in our field.

Get that Stamp of Approval

Winners will have unlimited bragging rights; winning projects are showcased in CODAworx marketing, publications and events throughout the year and are tagged as CODAaward winners in all web searches going forward. In addition, winners will receive:

• A one-year CODAworx Pro membership (valued at $600 USD).

Free registration to CODAsummit, October 16-18 in Cincinnati OH (valued at $850 USD).

It's time to cast your vote

Vote for your favorite projects from this year's Top 100 submissions

Annabelle Over the Hollywood Hills




Entries are reviewed by a jury of thought leaders in the design, architecture, and art worlds. Our jurors evaluate each entry on three unique criteria across ten categories:

• The integration of commissioned artwork into site-specific projects, completed in the last 3 years

• The strength of the collaborative process among the creative teams, commissioners, and industry resources

• The ability of a project to blend the art and design seamlessly to create a place as art, rather than a place with art

Submit Your Project to a Design Category



Office buildings, office spaces, corporate campuses, shopping centers, sports arenas, retailers, breweries, wineries, boardrooms, and other shared spaces



Public and private schools, universities, colleges, alternative learning facilities, student unions, cafeterias, dormitories, libraries and other school spaces



Hospitals, clinics, and other inpatient, outpatient, alternative health facilities, including waiting areas, patient rooms, offices, and atriums



Restaurants and cafes, spas, hotels and resorts



Spaces designed for local, state, or federal governments, city halls, embassies, museums, libraries, police and fire stations, post offices, and nursing homes



Exterior spaces designed for public or private use, includes landscape design and structures like fencing



Includes churches, chapels, synagogues, mosques, temples, shrines, cathedrals, and other places of worship

public spaces

Public Spaces

Spaces designed for public use for civic and cultural events such as convention centers, community centers, parks, and plazas



Private homes, apartment buildings, townhomes, vacation homes, and condominiums



Airports, subways, train and bus stations, roads, mass transit, parking garages, bridges, and pedestrian walkways

Images shown: Commercial: JACARANDA Mount Pleasant Woolworths Lace Fence by Paula Hart; Education: The Forum by Derix Glasstudios; Healthcare: You Activate This Space by Ansen Seale; Hospitality: The Alexander Hotel by Gensler; Institutional: United States Consulate General by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP; Landscape: Northala Fields by Peter Fink; Liturgical: BAPS by WET; Public Spaces: Dawn's Silver Lining by Barbara Grygutis; Residential: The North Sketch Sequence by Jacob van der Beugel; Transportation: LightRails by Bill FitzGibbons