2019 a+awards winners

The World’s Best: Announcing the Winners of the 2019 A+Awards!

Discover every winning project and product in all award categories this year.

Paul Keskeys Paul Keskeys

The votes are in. The people have spoken. The big moment is finally here. We’re thrilled to reveal the winners of the 7th Annual A+Awards, the world’s largest awards program for architecture and building-products!

Without further ado, head this way to discover every winning project and product in all award categories this year:

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The 2019 edition of Architizer’s premier awards program has seen extraordinary, unprecedented engagement. More than 400,000 votes were cast by people around the world, helping to decide the People’s Choice awards for every category including residential and commercial projects, cultural and religious landmarks, small and large scale structures, built and unbuilt concepts and innovative building-products.

Furthermore, a host of creative luminaries from the world of design, technology, business and media selected the prestigious winners of the Jurors’ awards. All in all, more than 150 architecture firms and building-product manufacturers have had their work recognized. The global spotlight awaits, with extensive media coverage, publication and glimmering trophy heading to each award recipient.

Catch a glimpse of just a handful of the winning projects and products below:

2019 a+awards winners

Coal Drops Yard by Heatherwick Studio; winner of the 2019 A+Awards Popular Choice Award in the Architecture +Engineering category

2019 A+Awards winners

Swirling Cloud: Pavilion for BJFU Garden Festival by SUP Atelier, winner of the 2019 A+Award Popular Choice Award in the Architecture +Ceilings category

2019 a+awards winners

Bosjes Chapel by Steyn Studio, Winner of the 2019 A+Award Popular Choice Award in the Religious Buildings & Memorials category

2019 a+awards winners

Super Metal Future Collection by Pure + Freeform, Winner of a 2019 A+Product Award in the Facades-Building Envelopes & Cladding category (shown in project: Expensify Office by ZGF Architects)

2019 a+awards winners

Cascadia by Matthew McCormick Studio, Winner of the 2019 A+Award Popular Choice Award in the Contract Lighting category

2019 A+Awards winners

HACHI Serviced Apartment by Octane architect & design, Winner of the 2019 A+Award Popular Choice Award in the Apartment category

All A+Awards winners in the architecture categories will be published internationally by Phaidon in the upcoming edition of “Architizer: The World’s Best Architecture”, sold in reputable stores worldwide. Meanwhile, every winning Brand will be highlighted in the inaugural digital edition of “The World’s Best Building-Products”, to be distributed to hundreds of thousands of architecture firms and design enthusiasts around the globe.

Stay tuned for special coverage of the winning projects and products across Architizer in the weeks to come! We’d like to thank every entrant to this year’s competition, together with every single person who voted for their favorites — it’s thanks to you that the A+Awards is the industry’s definitive celebration of design and innovation.

This incredible list of winners proves, once again, that the world’s best architecture and design should always be chosen by those that use, inhabit and enjoy it every single day — YOU!

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Hero image: 79&Park by BIG (Bjarke Ingels Group), Winner of the 2019 A+Award Popular Choice Award in the Multi Unit Housing Category

Paul Keskeys Author: Paul Keskeys
Paul Keskeys is Editor in Chief at Architizer. An architect-trained editor, writer and content creator, Paul graduated from UCL and the University of Edinburgh, gaining an MArch in Architectural Design with distinction. Paul has spoken about the art of architecture and storytelling at many national industry events, including AIANY, NeoCon, KBIS, the Future NOW Symposium, the Young Architect Conference and NYCxDesign. As well as hundreds of editorial publications on Architizer, Paul has also had features published in Architectural Digest, PIN—UP Magazine, Archinect, Aesthetica Magazine and PUBLIC Journal.
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