Aidlin Darling Design of San Francisco took top honors in the IIDA's 42nd annual Interior Design Competition. The firm's project, the Windhover Contemplative Center in Stanford, California, provides Stanford University students with a serene reflection spot in the midst of a bustling campus.
Scenes from the Windhover Contemplative Center
Explains IIDA Executive Vice President and CEO Cheryl Durst, “The Windhover Contemplative Center is exquisitely designed and provides a serene and relaxing environment within Stanford University where students and visitors can relax and collect their thoughts, in an aesthetically pleasing setting. With the use of filtered lights and natural colored earth walls, Aidlin Darling Design has created a true sanctuary within a busy and bustling college campus, which is an incredibly difficult task.”
Outside the Windhover Contemplative Center
The judging panel included James Carry, senior vice president and principal Wilson Associates; Laura Guido-Clark, affiliate IIDA, principal, LG-C Design; and Tom Stack, architect, planning and design, D’Addario & Company Inc.
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