Public vote winner for civic building of the year: Antonio Virga Architecte has integrated a master plan for a pedestrian square in the centre of Cahors. More
Public vote winner for rebirth project of the year: Helfštýn Castle is the second largest castle complex in the Czech Republic and one of the most visited sites in the region. More
Public vote winner for business building of the year: Clou architects create a network of indoor spaces, outdoor platforms, and voids sheltered by a simple grid beam.
Public vote winner for sustainable building of the year: The Arc is the newest building at the world renowned Green School in Bali, Indonesia. More
Public vote winner for cultural building of the year: The synagogue is a transformative building, made of wood, that stands on a platform, elevated above the ground. More
Public vote winner for small building of the year: High in the Mountains of Mallorca overlooking the Mediterranean Sea stands two small off-grid houses on man-made stone terraces surrounded by millennial old olive trees. Here only the grassing sheep and the wind is heard. More
Public vote winner for rural house of the year: Greek studio Sinas Architects has built a house on the island of Serifos that blends almost seamlessly in its natural environment. More
Public vote winner for residential rebirth project of the year: Tegnestuen Lokal has transformed a dilapidated building, Ørsted Gardens, previously referred to as the ugliest in its neighbourhood.
Public vote winner for housing project of the year: The Copenhagen-based real estate developer Tetris A/S has developed a concept for sustainable senior co-housing called Agorahaverne, inspired by the Agora in ancient Athens that was the central meeting point for people. More
Public vote winner for urban house of the year: Bat Trang House by Vietnamese architecture studio Vo Trong Nghia Architects (VTN Architects), is a house that combines modern architectural language with vernacular material. More
Public vote winner for hospitality building of the year: VTN Architects has created Vedana Restaurant, located in Vedana Resort – a holiday complex in Cuc Phuong National Park, Vietnam.
Public vote winner for landscape project of the year: Set within the Pan-Himalaya Region, the design effort draws upon the site, establishing a distinct closeness with indigenous Naxi culture and alpine nature in creating a place of comfort, solitude and peace. More