Goettsch Partners awarded Institute Honor Award for Interior Architecture

• January 12, 2012

Chicago-based architecture firm Goettsch Partners recently has been awarded the 2012 Institute Honor Award for Interior Architecture from the American Institute of Architects. This national award honors outstanding building interiors worldwide, created by architects licensed in the United States.

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Goettsch Partners has done remarkable work in the USA and abroad and is excited to be recognized by the AIA for their work at Prairie Management Group’s offices in Northbrook, IL. The office was designed for a retired design entrepreneur and founder of a major home furnishings retailer to create a space for the entrepreneur to continue his passion for business through design.

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Goettsch Partners is an international design practice headquartered in Chicago with additional offices in Shanghai and Abu Dhabi. The firm is led by seven partners who provide a full spectrum of design services-including architecture, interiors, planning and building-enclosure design-supporting a diverse portfolio ranging from exhibit facilities to master plans for entire quadrants of emerging cities.

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+ For more information on the firm and award, please visit:http://www.gpchicago.com/users/news_view.asp?FolderID=3088&NewsID=104

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