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ew York’s Cooper Hewitt, announced the nine winners of the 21st annual National Design Awards in early October. “From shaping our parks and buildings to transforming the creative infrastructure and the ways we tell our stories,” said interim director John Davis, “the remarkable work of this year’s winners demonstrates the power of design in everyday life.” Among the recipients were international architecture studio Snohetta, Brooklyn-based interdisciplinary designers DLANDstudio, Denver-based nonprofit design consultancy Catapult Design and American firm OJB Landscape Architecture.

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