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The 8th Annual Architizer A+Awards are back

Architizer celebrates the year’s best buildings and spaces

This past January 7, the world’s largest platform for architectureArchitizer— announced the official opening of the 8th Annual Architizer A+Awards.

The Architizer A+A Awards is the largest awards program in the world honoring the year’s best Architecture, Spaces, and Products. The A+A jury includes prestigious members of the architecture and design community, such as David de Rothschild (Environmental Activist), Christian Benimana (Director, African Design Centre), and Neri Oxman (Product Designer, MIT Media Lab) among others.

Architizer: the future of architecture in different categories

These awards will highlight the most pressing issues that architecture and design face today. The awards will celebrate future professionals tackling some of today’s most pressing issues, in different categories.

Awards entrants are judged in over 100 categories that represent diverse aspects of architectural and product design. These include sustainable products, design hardware, and BiM technology. In addition to collaborative categories like Architecture +Adaptive Re-use and Architecture +Water. The changing demands of the industry are clearly referencing the categories.

 Manshausen 2.0, Stinessen Arkitektur AS / ARchitizer

Manshausen 2.0, Stinessen Arkitektur AS / Courtesy: Adrien Giret and Kjell Ove Steinsvik

This year’s awards emphasize the industry’s most innovative use of materials and technologies. Additionally, they celebrate sustainable design and new approaches to building.

Cutting-edge projects

The 2020 Awards will promote work that is harnessing cutting-edge approaches, materials, and technologies to create more resilient spaces and cities for generations to come.

Longfu Life Experience Center, LUO Studio / Architizer
Longfu Life Experience Center, LUO Studio / Courtesy: 韩爽 – HAN Shuang

The A+Awards are also judged by the public. As Architizer Founder Marc mentions, its aim is to “break architecture out of the echo chamber.” This will remind the world how design impacts people’s everyday lives, especially in a time of unprecedented global uncertainty.

Entry Requirements

The early entry deadline is February 14, until March 17. Participants will need to submit their projects here. Send yours today!