Steven M. Davis

Steven M. Davis

Over the course of his practice, Steven Davis has developed a focus on spaces that express the relationship between user, physical environment and surrounding community. His portfolio includes a diverse range of cultural, institutional and corporate projects reflecting his ability to unite complex programmatic requirements with innovative design solutions. He is the designer of the National September 11 Memorial Museum at the World Trade Center, which involved complex security and sustainability measures, coordination of an enormous consultant team, and interaction between numerous public and private stakeholders. The Museum opened in 2014 and has been honored with several awards including an AIA Institute Honor Award and an AIANY Honor Award. He is currently working with the City of Chicago in the development of several urban planning initiatives. 

Mr. Davis received the Presidential Award for Design Excellence for his design of the Data Processing Center for the US Bureau of the Census. Recognition for his work also includes several AIA Awards for Excellence in Design and three Business Week/Architectural Record Awards for projects that exemplify innovative design while helping clients achieve strategic business goals. 

The Good Design Award Yearbook

All the selected award-winning projects in global design

The Good Design Awards are the largest and most extensive global design awards program in the world. Awarded design firms and manufacturers have the right to enter into a limited legal licensing agreement to use the Museum's GOOD DESIGN logo to mark and identify the selected product or graphic in their marketing, publications, promotions, and communication campaigns as a public symbol of product and service quality. This public seal of approval immediately informs consumers to understand that the selected product and graphic meets the most rigorous test and criteria for absolute design excellence.

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