Juanita High School receives IIDA Design INconcept Award

Integrus Architecture received the 2017 Design INconcept Award with the International Interior Design Association’s (IIDA) Northwest Pacific Chapter. Juanita High School, currently under construction, will be a three-story comprehensive high school in Kirkland, Washington. The design for this new school has drawn much of its inspiration from natural geode formations, creating a strong exterior with a shiny, hollow center.

The IIDA INawards recognizes projects in 10 categories including healthcare, hospitality, and People’s Choice. This year’s jury included Alissa Wehmueller IIDA LEED AP of  Helix Architecture, Brian Graham of Graham Design Studio, and Margaret Portillo PhD FIDEC, head of the Interior Design Department at University of Florida’s College of Design, Construction, and Planning.  To see a full list of this year’s award winners go to: http://bit.ly/IIDA17JHS.