You Decide: Vote Now on the World’s Best Architecture!

Today is the last chance to have your say on the globe’s greatest contemporary architecture and building products.

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NOTICE: Voting for the 5th Annual Architizer A+Awards has now closed. We apologize for any confusion. Winners will be announced on Tuesday, April 11.

It’s been a tumultuous and often divisive year to date, both inside and outside of architecture circles — but if there is one thing guaranteed to unite us, it is the opportunity to celebrate inspiring buildings and those that design them. That’s why it is with great pleasure that we can reveal that the finalists for the 2017 A+Awards — the world’s largest awards program for architecture and building products — are some of the most extraordinary projects yet.

Now, all that is needed is one extra ingredient — you! Today is the last chance to have your say on the globe’s greatest contemporary architecture and building products, using our free and quick online ballot.

The A+Awards prides itself on being the world’smost democratic awards program for architecture. Every project entered stands an equal chance of winning, regardless of where its designer is from, what type of building or product they designed or how well-known they are. You don’t need to be famous to win an A+Award — you just need to be a talented team or individual with an innovative and inspiring project.

Check out some of the incredible projects in the running this year …

Devil’s Corner by Cumulus Studio, Apslawn, Australia — finalist in the Commercial-Mixed Use category

Story Pod by Atelier Kastelic Buffey,Newmarket, Canada — finalist in the Commercial-Pop-Ups & Temporary category

Sugamo Shinkin Bank / Nakaaoki Branch by emmanuelle moureaux architecture + design, Kawaguchi, Japan — finalist in the Commercial-Office – Low Rise (1-4 Floors) category

Remember: Every vote counts. We’re asking you to view these projects with fresh eyes and an open mind. It doesn’t matter who designed them or where they’re located. Ask yourself: Does this project make the world a better place? Does it inspire me? Is it truly innovative? If so, vote now and celebrate the most incredible projects created by talented architects around the globe.

JIKKA by issei suma/SUMA, Shizuoka, Japan — finalist in the Residential-Private House (XS <1000 sq ft) category

432 Park Avenue by Rafael Viñoly Architects, New York — finalist in the Residential-Multi Unit Housing – High Rise (16+ Floors) category

Clover House by MAD, Okazaki, Japan — finalist in the Institutional-Kindergartens category

The method is simple: Select your favorite building in each category. You can then see a running total of voting percentages, revealing whether or not your opinion chimes with the broader view of our audience. It’s fascinating to see just how much — or how little — people agree on what makes for truly great architecture!

Regardless, your votes will mean the world to the hardworking architects behind these inspiring projects, and the architectural community as a whole benefits from you and your friends having their say. The more votes cast in the A+Awards, the closer we get to an authentic reflection of great design today!