Museum of Tolerance Los Angeles was honored at the 53rd Annual Los Angeles Architectural Awards, winning the Interiors award in recognition of Claudia and Nelson Peltz Social Lab. The immersive 10,000-square-foot space features 15 distinct areas that promote tolerance and inclusion on different scales—starting with individual biases, to local issues, national conflicts and global crises—highlighting the interconnectivity.

The award ceremony, hosted by the Los Angeles Business Council, recognized more than four dozen architectural and design projects. Hundreds of projects from all over L.A. County competed in categories ranging from hospitality to landscape architecture, with a new category this year called “Adaptive Reuse.” The winners were selected by a jury panel of industry experts, including architects, construction firms, owners and developers.

Thank you to Los Angeles Business Council for this honor.