JACARANDA Lacefence, Submitted by Paula Hart - 2020 CODAawards Winner

CODAawards

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.

Artists, Designers, Architects, Public Art Administrators, Art Consultants, Industry Resources, Technologists, Cross-Disciplinary Creators, Landscape Architects:  Everyone involved in the collaborative process of creating artful spaces are encouraged to enter.

Vote for the world's best commissioned art and design projects - Public Voting is now open

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Criteria

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 since January 2018
  • The strength of the collaborative process among the creative teams, commissioners, and industry resources
  • Each winning entry will 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

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COMMERCIAL

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

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EDUCATION

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

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HEALTHCARE

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

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HOSPITALITY

Restaurants, hotels, spas, and resorts

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INSTITUTIONAL

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

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LANDSCAPE

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

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LITURGICAL

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

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PUBLIC SPACES

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

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RESIDENTIAL

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

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TRANSPORTATION

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

In Proud Partnership With

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Our Partners:

Images shown: Commercial: M Building by Philippe Paré; 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