Architecture fans’ favorite new buildings

Categories included best museums, memorials, and government buildings

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Apr.April 05, 2014 09:00 AM

 Online architecture database Architizer announced the winners of their 2nd Annual A+ Awards for the most incredible new architecture around the globe last week. The result was a total of 129 winners in more than 60 categories.

Some of the categories included best museums, memorials, and government buildings, as well as concepts for best interior designs and products. All entries were built or conceived in the last three years.

The winners were decided both by a jury and by popular vote, creating two separate winners for each group.

The jury was comprised of “300 industry leaders,” while the popular vote was determined by public, online voting from over 100 countries.

We’ve highlighted some of our favorite winners here; see the full list at Architizer.com.

BEST AIRPORT (Jury/Popular): Bao’an International Airport, China, Studio Fuksas and Knippers Helbig

BEST ART GALLERY (Jury) : McGee Art Pavilion School of Art & Design, New York, ikon.5 architects

BEST ART GALLERY (Popular): Bombay Arts Society, India, SANJAY PURI ARCHITECTS

BEST BAR & NIGHTCLUB (Jury): Prahan Hotel, Melbourne, Techne Architects

BEST BAR & NIGHTCLUB (Popular): BIBOSS LTD, Bulgaria, mode

BEST BUS & TRAM STATION (Popular/Jury): Fovam ter Szent Gellert ter metrostations, Budapest, sporaarchitects


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