International Architecture Awards 2011

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International Architecture Awards 2011

Prize Results + Symposium + Exhibition in 2011

International Architecture Awards Exhibition

8 – 30 Oct 2011
Centro Cultural Recoleta Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Alila Villas Hadahaa
photo : Klaus Lorke
An exhibition of all 90 awarded International Architecture Awards projects (built and to be built) takes place in a special exhibition “New World Architecture” installed at Centro Cultural Recoleta Buenos Aires during the XIII BA11 International Biennial de Arquitectura in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

After Argentina, the exhibition is due to travel to Warsaw, Poland and inside Europe 2011-12.

22 Jul 2011

International Architecture Awards – Winners

POLISH ARCHITECTS SELECT 90 NEW BUILDINGS AND URBAN PLANNING PROJECTS FROM 30 NATIONS TO WIN THE WORLD’S MOST PRESTIGIOUS 2011 INTERNATIONAL ARCHITECTURE AWARDS

JULY 21, 2011, Warsaw, Poland… The European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies and The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design and co-presented by Metropolitan Arts Press Ltd. announce ninety (90) new distinguished building projects, urban plans, and landscape architecture selected in this year’s prestigious International Architecture Awards© program for 2011.

Given the record numbers of entries this year and the widest geographic distribution of buildings worldwide, The International Architecture Awards have become a global event of an unprecedented scale—the most important barometer for the future direction of new architectural design and thinking today—celebrating, recognizing, and highlighting the world’s foremost architectural solutions for the designs of new cities, skyscrapers, corporate buildings, institutions, arts facilities, airports, private homes, industrial structures, and urban planning projects, landscape architecture, from New York to Singapore.

A full-list of winning buildings and urban planning projects can be seen at The European Centre’s website at www.europeanarch.eu.

This year, an exhibition of all 90 awarded projects (built and to be built) takes place in a special exhibition “New World Architecture” installed at Centro Cultural Recoleta (Junin 1930 (C.P. 1113) Buenos Aires during the XIII BA11 International Biennial de Arquitectura in Buenos Aires, Argentina, October 8-30, 2011.

After Argentina, the exhibition is scheduled to travel to Warsaw and inside Europe 2011-2012.

“This Awards Program,” states Christian K. Narkiewicz-Laine, Museum President, The Chicago Athenaeum, “draws important public and professional focus for the celebration and recognition of the most important key buildings produced in this decade, underscoring the highest level of imagination and inspiration of the ‘best of the best’ architectural minds practicing design today. The selected projects challenge new approaches to design that are beyond the envelope of the everyday, while providing cities with key civic buildingS that celebrate and harmonize architecture as a high art while finding answers to the complicated problems of environment, social context, improving quality of life, and sustainability.”

“The list of this year’s winning schemes is most impressive,” states Kieran Conlon, Director/COO, The European Centre, “drawn by some of the world’s most talented thinkers from large and small architectural practices around the world. The glossary of entries is a ‘Who’s Who’ in international architecture practice today.”

For the 2011 International Architecture Awards, the Museum received hundreds of submissions from design firms in Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, and the Americas. The submissions ranged from the latest new corporate high-tech headquarters to smaller planning projects, bridges, memorials, sacred spaces, and private residences. All submitted projects were designed by architects in their respective countries of origin or abroad for both built and unbuilt projects alike, as of January 1, 2008.

This year’s jury for awards took place in Warsaw, Poland under the auspices of The Association of Polish Architects (SARP) and included some of the most influential design minds in Poland:

• Jerzy Grochulski, President, SARP., Warsaw, Poland
• Andrzej Bulanda, Bulanda Mucha Architekci Sp. z.o.o., Warsaw, Poland
• Grzegorz Stiansny, Grzegorz Stiansny Architeki, Warsaw, Poland
• Jacek Syropolski, Kurylowicz & Associates, Warsaw, Poland

The International Architecture Awards are curated and organized by Christian K. Narkiewicz-Laine, the Finnish Architecture Critic and President, The Chicago Athenaeum and assisted by Lary L. Sommers, Director of Administration/Marketing and Ioannis Karalias, Museum Vice President, The Chicago Athenaeum, and Kieran Conlon, Director/COO from the European Centre for Architecture, Art, Design, and Urban Studies.

“The wide geographic distribution of these awards attests to the importance of the program,” Mr. Narkiewicz- Laine adds. “There is no one, single program that brings together the latest cutting-edge international architecture today as one cohesive universal representation or platform for American design. Our Museum is honored to provide a focus that allows an exploration and analysis for current stylistic directions and philosophical thinking that is apparent in contemporary design today.”

The 30 nations include: Austria, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, India, Indonesia, Italy, Iran, Japan, Korea, México, the Netherlands, People’s Republic of China, Portugal, Singapore, Slovenia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Thailand, Turkey, Vietnam, and the United States.

International Architecture Awards Winners – Architects + Landscape Architects

The awarded architecture and landscape architecture firms include: 3XN (Denmark), 5+ 1AA Alfonso Femia Gianluca Peluffo (Italy), Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture (USA), AEDAS (People’s Republic of China), Architekturbüro Sander (Germany), April Yang Design Studio (People’s Republic of China), Ateliers Jean Nouvel (France), Antonio Zaninovic Architecture (South Africa), Auer+Weber+Assoziierte (Germany), Barry Padolsky Architects (Canada), BOB 361 architects (Belgium),, (C. R. Architecture & Engineer Design (People’s Republic of China), Chiaki Arai Urban and Architecture Design (Japan), China Northeast Architectural Design and Research Institute (People’s Republic of China), David Chipperfield Architects (Great Britain), David Hovey & Associates Architects, Inc. (USA), d/dt Arch (Canada), Diametro Arquitectos (México), DL & Associés (France), Dominique Coulon & Associés (France), Dub Architects (Canada), Edward Szewczyk Architects (Australia), Elding Oscarson (Sweden), Elliott + Associates Architects (USA), emmanuelle moureaux architecture + design (Japan), enota (Slovenia), Espacios Verdes (México), Ford, Powell & Carson Architects and Planners, Inc. (USA), Forte, Gimenes & Marcondes Ferraz Arquitecos (FGMF Architects) (Brazil), Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp Australia), Francisco Mangado (Spain), Fran la Riviere Architects Inc. (Canada), FXFOWLE Architects (USA), Gagnon Lettelier Cyr Architects (Canada), Giorgio Borruso Design (USA), Global Architectural Development (Turkey), Gustavo Penna Arquitecto e Associados (Portugal), HASSELL (Australia), Haeahn Architecture (Korea), Hein-Troy Architekten (Austria), HM White Site Architects (USA), Hughes Condon Marler Architects (Canada), Ian Moore Architects (Australia), Jean-Baptiste Pietri Architects (France), Jean-Paul Viguier S.A. d’Architecture (France), Jiakun Architects (People’s Republic of China), Joel Sanders Architect (USA), John McAsian + Partners (Great Britain), Julian Harrap Architects (Great Britain), Kentaro Kunhura & Miho Iwatsuki (Japan) Kjellgren Kaminsky (Sweden), Kuwabara Payne McKenna Blumberg Architects (Canada), Labb Arquitectura S. L. (Spain), Landscape Solutions (Australia), Levin Monsigny Landschaftsarchitekten (Germany), MVentura & Associates (Portugal), Macary Architecture et Aménagement (France), Matharoo Associates (India), Manuelle Gautrand Architecture (France), Mark Cavagnero Associates (USA), Matthew Todd and Mark Brandon (Australia), McBride Charles Ryan (Australia), McGregor Coxall (Australia), mecanoo architecten bv. (The Netherlands), molo design, ltd. (Canada), Morphosis Architects (USA), nps tchoban voss GmbH Co. KG. (Germany), nSTUDIO (Japan), Ong & Ong Pte. Ltd. (Singapore), Original Vision Limited (People’s Republic of China), Pei Cobb Freed & Partners LLP. (USA), Pentagram Design (Great Britain), Phillips Farevaag Smallenberg (Canada), PLAN FORWARD GmbH (Germany), Planungsbüro Meinholf Hasse (Germany), Reed A. Morrison Architect (USA), Rocco Design Architects Ltd. (People’s Republic of China), RYRA (Iran), Ryuichi Ashizawa Architects & Associates (Japan), Sanjay Puri Architects Pvt. Ltd. (India), SCAU Architects (Société de Conception d’Architecture et d’Urbanisme) (France) Schønherr (Denmark), Shelton Mindel & Associates (USA), Sidell Gibson Architects (Great Britain), Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (USA), Studio mk27 – Marcio Kogan (Brazil), Studio Velocity (Japan), SURV Architects (People’s Republic of China), TYIN tegnestue (Norway), Venlet interior architecture (Beligum), VERSTAS Architects Ltd. (Finland), Vo Trong Nghia Co., Ltd. (Vietnam), Yoshiaki Oyabu Architects (Japan), WOHA Designs Pte. Ltd. (Singapore), WSP architects (People’s Republic of China), an XTEN Architecture (USA).

“Through The International Architecture Awards,” states Ioannis Karalias, Architect, Museum Vice President of the Chicago Athenaeum, “our institution, together with The European Center, bring attention the whole global scale of architecture: from projects to completed buildings; from small houses to complex building masses; from renovation to new buildings, from interior design to wide landscape designs. This can be regarded as highly posi tive since it shows the whole scale of the architecture practice globally.”

All Awarded Projects for 2011 can be viewed on The European Centre’s website at www.europeanarch.eu or www.chi-athenaeum.org.
The 2012 deadline for submissions for The International Architecture Awards is DECEMBER 1, 2011 for buildings designed and/or built between 2009-2011.
Entry forms are available by calling the Museum at +815/777-4444 or by FAX at +815/777-2471 or on line at www. chi-athenaeum.org or www.europeanarch.eu.
For more information or photographs for publication, contact The European Centre at TEL/FAX: +353 (0) 1 670 8781 or email: info@europeanarch.eu

International Architecture Awards Winners – Buildings

MIRAGE DANCE HALL
Falsterbo, Sweden
Architects: Kjellgren Kaminsky
Mirage Dancehall
picture from architect
Mirage Dancehall

TOWNHOUSE
Landskrona, Sweden
Architects: Elding Oscarson

VILLA AMANZI
Phuket, Thailand
Architects: Original Vision Limited

THE “CÔTE BASQUE-LANDES” RUGBY COMMITTEE
Bayonne, France
Architects: DL & Associés

LILLE MODERN CONTEMPORARY AND OUTSIDER ART MUSEUM
Refurbishment and Extension of Existing Museum
Villeneuve d’Ascq, France
Architects: Manuelle Gautrand Architecture
Lille Metropole museum building
photo : Max Lerouge
Lille Metropole museum

LA CITÉ DES AFFAIRES OFFICE BUILDING
Saint Eteinne, France
Architects: Manuelle Gautrand Architecture
Saint-Etienne Office Building
photo : Philippe Ruault
Saint-Etienne Office Building

MIDDELFART SAVINGS BANK
Middlefart, Denmark
Architects: 3XN
Middelfart Savings Bank
image : Adam Mørk – 3XN
Middelfart Savings Bank

BRAS BASAH MASS RAPID TRANSIT (MRT) STATION
Singapore, Republic of Singapore
Architects: WOHA

SOE KER TIE HOUSE
Noh Bo, Thailand
Architects: TYIN tegnestue
Soe Ker Tie House
photo : Pasi Aalto / pasiaalto.com
Soe Ker Tie House

CONGRESS AND EXHIBITION CENTER OF ÁVILA
Ávila, Spain
Architects: Francisco Mangado
Auditorio Avila building
photo © Pedro Pegenaute
Avila Congress & Exhibitions Municipal Centre – Spanish text
Auditorio Avila – English text

ALILA VILLAS ULUWATU
Bali, Indonesia
Architects: WOHA
Alila Villas Hadahaa
photo : Klaus Lorke
Alila Villas Uluwatu

THE MET
Bangkok, Thailand
Architects: WOHA / Associate Architects: Tandem Architects
The Met Tower Building
photo : Patrick Bingham-Hall
The Met in Bangkok

SCHOOL OF THE ARTS
Singapore, Republic of Singapore
Architects: WOHA
School of the Arts Singapore
photo : Patrick Bingham-Hall
School of the Arts Singapore

GUBBINS HOUSE
South Africa
Architects: Antonio Zaninovic Architecture Studio

OAKLAND MUSEUM OF CALIFORNIA
Expansion and Renovation
Oakland, California, USA
Architects: Mark Cavagnero Associates
Original Architects: Kevin Roche John Dinkeloo and Associates (1968)

55 BLAIR ROAD RESIDENCE
Singapore, Republic of Singapore
Architects: Ong & Ong Pte. Ltd.

NEBUTA HOUSE
Canada
Architects: molo design, ltd. / Associate Architects: Fran la Riviere Architects Inc. and d/dt Arch

JASPER PLACE BRANCH LIBRARY
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Architects: Dub Architects / Associate Architects: Hughes Condon Marler Architects
Jasper Place Branch Library Edmonton
picture from architects
Jasper Place Branch Library

GRID HOUSE
Serra da Mantiqueria, Brazil
Architects: Forte, Gimenes & Marcondes Ferraz Arquitecos (FGMF Architects)
Casa Grelha
photo from architects
Grid House

KING ABDULLAH FINANCIAL DISTRICT MOSQUE
Riyadh, Saudia Arabia
Architects: FXFOWLE Architects
King Abdullah Financial District
image : FXFowle
King Abdullah Financial District

ORGANIZATION FOR ECONOMIC CO-OPERATION AND DEVELOPMENT HEADQUARTERS
Paris, France
Architects: Pei Cobb Freed & Partners LLP.
Associate Architects: Macary Architecture et Aménagement
Associate Architects: Macary -SCAU Architects (Société de Conception d’Architecture et d’Urbanisme)

HORIZONTAL TOWER – NEW DIRECTIONAL BUILDINGS OF FIERAMILANO
Rho, Milan, Italy
Architects: 5+ 1AA Alfonso Femia Gianluca Peluffo
Associate Architects: Jean-Baptiste Pietri Architects

WESTERN VANCOUVER COMMUNITY CENTRE
West Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Architects: Hughes Condon Marler Architects

CASA NA
Tokyo, Japan
Architects: nSTUDIO

iSQUARE
Hong Kong, SAR, People’s Republic of China
Architects: Rocco Design Architects Ltd.
i-Square Hong Kong
photo courtesy Marcel Lam
i-Square Hong Kong

BIG ROCK JETTY
Upper Kangaroo River, Australia
Architects: Edward Szewczyk Architects
Big Rock House
photograph from architect
Big Rock jetty

MONTBLANC HOUSE
Okuzaki City, Aichi, Japan
Architects: Studio Velocity | Kentaro Kunhura & Miho Iwatsuki
Montblanc house
photograph from architect
Montblanc house

ONE NEW CHANGE
London, Great Britain
Architects: Ateliers Jean Nouvel
Architect of Record: Sidell Gibson Architects
One New Change London Building
photo © Paul Riddle
One New Change, London

TRIOSE
Lonavala, India
Architects: Sanjay Puri Architects Pvt. Ltd.
Triose building Lonavala
photograph from architect
Triose Lonavala

SUNLIGHTHOUSE
Pressbaum, Austria
Architects: Hein-Troy Architekten

MUSEUM FOLKWANG EXTENSION
Essen, Germany
Architects: David Chipperfield Architects Gessellschaft von Architekten mbH
Associate Architects: PLAN FORWARD
Museum Folkwang Essen
photo : Christian Richters
Museum Folkwang Essen

MANACA’S HOUSE
Nova Lima, Minas Gerais, Brazil
Architects: Gustavo Penna Arquitecto e Associados

STRELEIN WAREHOUSE
Surry Hills, Australia
Architects: Ian Moore Architects

CARLO PAZOLINI
Milan, Italy
Architects: Giorgio Borruso Design

HISTORIC CENTRAL PARK WEST RESIDENCE
New York, New York, USA
Architects: Shelton Mindel & Associates

MANHATTAN ROOFTOP DUPLEX
New York, New York, USA
Architects: Shelton Mindel & Associates

NORTH SEA ARCHITECTURE
Southhampton, New York, USA
Architects: Shelton Mindel & Associates
Associate Architects: Reed A. Morrison Architect

NORTH SEA POOL HOUSE
Southhampton, New York, USA
Architects: Shelton Mindel & Associates
Associate Architects: Reed A. Morrison Architect

SOHO PENTHOUSE
New York, New York, USA
Architects: Shelton Mindel & Associates

FITZROY HIGH SCHOOL
North Fitzroy, Australia
Architects: McBride Charles Ryan

LETTERBOX HOUSE
Blairgowrie, Australia
Architects: McBride Charles Ryan

JINSHU COMMERCIAL CENTER SUZHOU
Suzhou, People’s Republic of China
Architects: WSP architects
Associate Architects: C. R. Architecture & Engineer Design Institute Suzhou Branch

OFUNATO CIVIC CULTURE CENTER AND LIBRARY
Ofunato, Japan
Architects: Chiaki Arai Urban and Architecture Design

BALLAST POINT PARK
Sydney, Australia
Architects: McGregor Coxall

THE MERGED-IN-MOUNTAIN HOUSE Beijing, People’s Republic of China
Architects: WSP architects

ADMINSTRATION CENTER OF BIOLOGICAL OFFICE PARK SUZHOU
Suzhou, People’s Republic of China
Architects: WSP architects
Associate Architects: C. R. Architecture & Engineer Design Institute Suzhou Branch

CENTRAL BUS STATION (ZOB)
Munich, Germany
Architects: Auer+Weber+Assoziierte

DENDEMONDE LIBRARY SOCIAL RESTAURANT AND MULTIFUNCTIONAL SPACE
Dendemonde, Belgium
Architects: BOB361 architects
Interior Architects: Venlet interior architecture

SHANGHAI XIANG-DONG BUDDHA STATUE MUSEUM
Shanghai, People’s Republic of China
Architects: Jiakun Architects

KIRKKOJÄRVI SCHOOL
Espoo, Finland
Architects: VERSTAS Architects Ltd.

NEUES MUSEUM
Museum Island, Berlin, Germany
Architects: David Chipperfield Architects in Collaboration with
Julian Harrap Architects
Original Architect: Friedrich August Stüler (1841-1859)
Neues Museum
photograph : Ute Zscharnt
Neues Museum

JIMLAR SHOWROOM
New York, New York, USA
Architects: Pentagram Design

JANE AND ARTHUR STIEREN CENTER FOR EXHIBITIONS
San Antonio, Texas, USA
Architects: Jean-Paul Viguier S.A. d’Architecture
Associate Architects: Ford, Powell & Carson Architects and Planners, Inc.

SEONGBUKDONG RESIDENCES
Seoul, Korea
Architects: Joel Sanders Architect
Associate Architects: Haeahn Architecture

OPEN ARCHITECTURE PROJECT
Osaka, Japan
Architects: Yoshiaki Oyabu Architects

CANADIAN MUSEUM OF NATURE
Renovation
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Architects: PKG Joint Venture Architects (Barry Padolsky Architects and Kuwabara
Payne McKenna Blumberg Architects and Gagnon Lettelier Cyr Architects
Original Architect: David Ewart (1915)

CAMELVIEW VILLAGE
Scottsdale, Arizonia, USA
Architects: David Hovey & Associates Architects, Inc.

BORUSAN MUSIC HOUSE
Istanbul, Turkey
Architects: Global Architectural Development

SUGAMO SHINKIN BANK TOKIWADAI BRANCH
Tokyo, Japan
Architects: emmanuelle moureaux architecture + design

NET HOUSE
Ahmedabad, India
Architects: Matharoo Associates

ELEMENTS AT CHESAPEAKE
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA
Architects: Elliott + Associates Architects

BAHIA HOUSE
Bahia, Brazil
Architects: Studio mk27 – Marcio Kogan
Bahia house
photo from FD
Bahia house

BEAUTIFUL ISLAND HOUSE
Brazil
Architects: Studio mk27 – Marcio Kogan

HOUSE D
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Architects: Studio mk27 – Marcio Kogan

GROTTO APARTMENT BUILDING
Ashiya, Japan
Architects: Ryuichi Ashizawa Architects & Associates

BARIN RESORT
Tehran, Iran
Architects: RYRA
Barin Ski Resort Building
picture from architects
Barin Ski Resort

UNITED STATES AIR FORCE ACADEMY CENTER FOR CHARACTER AND LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT
Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA
Architects: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP.

NO. 5 CHEAPSIDE
London, Great Britain
Architects: John McAslan + Partners

PODČETRTEK SPORTS HALL
Podčetrtek, Slovenia
Architects: enota
Podčetrtek Sports Hall Building
photo : Miran Kambič
Podčetrtek Sports Hall

TIANJIN FINANCIAL CITY
Tianjin, People’s Republic of China
Architects: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP.

GOLDEN CROSS SKY RING
Beijing, People’s Republic of China
Architects: Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture

TRES PICOS 21 X 51
México City D. F., México
Architects: Diametro Arquitectos

SURFHOUSE
Manhattan Beach, California, USA
Architects: XTEN Architecture

COMMUNITY FOUNDATION OF SANTA CRUZ COUNTY
Aptos, California, USA
Architects: Mark Cavagnero

GIANT INTERACTIVE GROUP CORPORATE HEADQUARTERS
Shanghai, People’s Republic of China
Architects: Morphosis Architects
Associate Architects: SURV Architects

HAMBURGER HOF
Berlin, Germany
Architects: nps tchoban voss GmbH Co. KG.
Associate Architects: Architekturbüro Sander

SURRY HILLS LIBRARY AND COMMUNITY CENTRE
Sydney, NSW, Australia
Architects: Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp

THE LEDGE AT SKYDECK CHICAGO
Chicago, Illinois, USA
Architects: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP.

ST. LOUIS AND THE JEFFERSON NATIONAL EXPANSION MEMORIAL
St. Louis, Missouri, USA
Architects: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP.

HOUSE IN S. FÉLIX DA MARINHA
Vila Nova de Gaia, Portugal
Architects: MVentura & Associates

ADELAIDE ZOO ENTRANCE PRECINCT
Adelaide, Australia
Architects: HASSELL
Adelaide Zoo Precinct
photo : Peter Bennetts
Adelaide Zoo Entrance Precinct

EPPING TO CHATSWOOD RAIL LINK
Sydney, Australians
Architects: HASSELL

HARBIN TAIPING INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
Harbin, People’s Republic of China
Architects: HASSELL
Associate Architects: April Yang Design Studio
Associate Architects: China Northeast Architectural Design and Research Institute

SWINBURNE ADVANCED MANUFACTURING CENTRE
Melbourne, Australia
Architects: HASSELL

MÉDIATHÈQUE D’ANZIN
Anzin, France
Architects: Dominique Coulon & Associés

AMPHION THEATRE
Doetinchem, The Netherlands
Architects: mecanoo architecten bv.
Amphion Theatre Building
photograph © Christian Richters
Amphion Theatre

LA LLOTJA THEATRE AND CONFERENCE CENTRE
Lerdia, Spain
Architects: mecanoo architecten bv.
Associate Architects: Labb Arquitectura S. L.
La Llotja theatre Lleida
photograph : Christian Richters
La Llotja theatre

CX-2-1
Singapore, Republic of Singapore
Architects: AEDAS

TAKSHING HOUSE DEVELOPMENT
Hong Kong, SAR, People’s Republic of China
Architects: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, LLP

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xevo EDDI, Japan
EDDI’S HOUSE design
photo from Edward Suzuki Associates
xevo EDDI, Japan

International Architecture Awards – Symposium + Exhibition

Exhibition of awarded buildings at annual symposium, “The City and the World” in Madrid, Spain.

The Chicago Athenaeum with The European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies symposium
4 – 7 Nov 2010

The International Architectural Awards are the highest and most prestigious distinguished building awards that honor new and cutting-edge design. This annual program, organized by both our institutions, also promotes international architecture and design to our public audience globally. The program has become the largest and most comprehensive distinguished awards program in the world.

This year, the Museum received a record number of projects for new buildings, landscape architecture, and urban planning from the most important firms practicing globally.

The 2010 Jury for Awards was held in México City under the auspices of the Colegio de Arquitectos de la Cuidad de México and 95 projects from 38 nations were selected by a distinguished group of Mexican architects, educators, and critics.


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