Designs by Eva Maddox have become iconic.

Fast Company's Diana Budds reports that Eva Maddox, design principal at architecture firm Perkins+Will, has announced her retirement.

The interior designer is best known for the concept of "branded environments", which she developed and coined. Her most celebrated works includes the Intrepid Air and Space Museum, the Swedish Covenant Hospital, and the headquarters of office solutions company, Haworth.

Maddox—who has received over 100 awards and commendations over the course of her career—was also known for her pioneering work in social design, which was the focus of Archeworks, the multi-disciplinary school she founded in 1994 with architect Stanley Tigerman.

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