Architecture for the People: The Stunning Winners of Architizer's New Award Architecture for the People: The Stunning Winners of Architizer's New Award
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Architecture for the People: The Stunning Winners of Architizer's New Award

by Jenna McKnight

March 29, 2013

We’re thrilled to announce the full list of winners of the first annual Architizer A+ Awards. But before getting into the specifics—don’t worry, they’re coming quick—we think that with the conclusion of the awards year one, we’ve accomplished our goal of breaking architecture out of the echo chamber™ (ha!). We’ve always thought that the oh-so-private world of architecture should be opened up to the public at large, where people can consume buildings (and maybe even some archi-drama) like they do the daily news, food porn, and movie trailers. We can say now that the A+ Awards helped us achieve this—in addition to the overwhelming number of submissions from over 100 countries, plus the highly-esteemed jury we amassed, Public Voting garnered 150,000 votes from every corner of the world. And with that #humblebrag, onto the winners!


Dolomitenblick by Plasma Studio


Iceberg Dwellings by JDS Architects


Soumaya Museum by FR-EE Fernando Romero Enterprise


Louis Vuitton Yayoi Kusama’s Pop Up Store by MARC FORNES / THEVERYMANY


Porsche Pavilion by Henn Architekten


Milstein Hall by OMA


Wuxi Grand Theatre by PES-Architects


Carrasco International Airport by Rafael Vinoly Architects


Sugamo Shinkin Bank / Shimura Branch by Emmanuelle Moureaux

 
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Architecture for the People: The Stunning Winners of Architizer's New Award