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post updated 3 April 2023
Architecture Awards – chronological list
International Architecture Awards
We’ve selected what we feel are the key examples of Architectural Awards from around the world. The most important global prizes are at the top of the page followed by other global awards and finally by regional prizes.
Architectural Awards – alphabetical list
Holcim Foundation Awards 2023
30 March 2023, 14:00 UTC: application deadline
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The Holcim Awards submission platform is now open. You can enter the competition until March 30, 2023 at 14:00hrs UTC.
With a total prize pool of USD 1 million, the Holcim Foundation for Sustainable Construction conducts the global competition to reward and shed light on real-world examples in practice that can accelerate the global movement for sustainable design.
Entering this architecture competition is free:
fill in the project summary, add sustainability details, upload images and submit your entry.
21 Feb 2023
5th Annual Global Future Design Awards 2023
APR presents Global Future Design Awards 2023. The awards are organized by APR- a leading body of architecture press in Global.
We are also in partnership with The ARCHITIME RU, Archidust, HAW Magazine, ME Megazine, Arredativo Design Magazine, Building Indonesia Magazine, Interior World, Architecture Design Forum, Design Box, Intech, and more – a Global media brand that covers all aspects of the modern creative industries.
After huge success GFD Awards 2022, GFD Awards 2021, GFD Awards 2020, GFD Awards 2019, World Architecture & Design Awards 2019, Urban Design & Architecture Design Awards 2019, Urban Design & Architecture Design Awards 2018, and International Award for Sustainable Architecture Awards 2018.
Previous Winners:- Foster+Partners, Perkins&Will, IDOM, Arup, BEHF Architects, AECOM & Cordogan Clark & Associates, Arep International, 5468796 Architecture, II BY IV DESIGN, NADAAA, Goettsch Partners, Qatar Free Zones Authority, Wong Tung & Partners Limited, luis vidal + architects, WZMH Architects, Parkin Architects Limited, Holzer Kobler Architekturen, PES-Architects Ltd, CLB Architects, Klai Juba Wald Architecture + Interiors, Ventura + Partners, SB Architects, Minarc, S&AA, SOMA ARCHITECTS, Studio Joseph, KI Studio, Ueberholz GmbH, RAD LAB, SODA (Thailand) Ltd., Gould Evans Architects, Synecdoche Design, Susan Strauss Design, EL EQUIPO CREATIVO, AP Szczepaniak, Griffin Enright Architects, Kamermans Architects Ltd, Raulino Silva Architect, Smith-Miller + Hawkinson Architects, Maryann Thompson Architects, Crahay & Jamaigne, Fletcher Studio, The Interiors NRD and many more.
APR Magazine is pleased to invite architects, students, engineers, designers, and artists from around the globe to take part in 2023. Global Future Design Awards. Established in 2016, the GFD 2023 Award is one of the world’s most prestigious awards for architecture, interior, and product design. It recognizes outstanding ideas that redefine Architecture design through the implementation of novel technologies, materials, programs, aesthetics, and spatial organizations along with studies on globalization, flexibility, adaptability, and the digital revolution. It is a forum that examines the relationship between architecture and the natural world, Architecture and the community, and the Architects and the city. APR Award is an online platform.
The Global Future Design Awards 2023 delivers unprecedented exposure for our finalists and winners. Our reputable judges nominate three finalists within each award category. The winners of the Global Future Design Awards 2023 were selected by our honorable jury members.
Awards Entry Fee:
Early Entry Fees
10th October 2022 to 31st December 2022 – Fee: $149 USD
1st January to 30th April 2023 – Fee: $199 USD
1st May to 31st August 2023 – Fee: $299 USD
Global Future Design Awards 2023 has the following categories:
Architecture (Built & Concept)
Architecture | Commercial | Cultural | Educational | Hospitality | Housing | Home Design | Institutional Building | Landscape Design | Mixed-Use | Office Building | Public Building | Pop-Ups & temporary | Residential | Sports & Recreation | Transportation | Urban Design | Urban Planning and more…
Interior Design (Built & Concept)
Residential Interior | Public Building Interior | Commercial Interior | Corporate Interior | Interior Design | Retail Interior | Hospitality Interior and more…
Households | Lifestyle & Accessories| Interior Design Elements | Product Design
Register here: http://www.architecturepressrelease.com/gfd-awards-registration/
Registration Open. 10th October 2022
Registration Ends. 31st August 2023
Submission Deadline. 10th September 2023
Jury Voting. 11th September to 30th September 2023
Result Announcement. 20th October 2023
Why Enter… Gain positive PR, Stand out from competitors, Make your brand | agency | practice famous, Personal and staff development, Be known as award-winning, Showcase your talents and skills to existing and potential clients, Reassure clients that they are associated with the best, Accentuate the importance of design and architecture in globally.
How will my entry be judged… The Global Future Design Awards 2023 will be judged by two stellar panels: one for design, and the other for architecture. Each of the panels will be compiled of industry experts who will use their insight and experience to deliberate the results.
The Design panel will be looking for: fresh thinking and originality, beautiful execution, great storytelling, work that pushes and progresses the client brief beyond expectations, and work that emotionally connects with its people.
The Architecture panel will be hoping to see: work that is programmatically, formally, and spatially rich, design that pushes boundaries, projects that address issues of sustainability a people-focused, client-driven approach.
Visit here: http://www.architecturepressrelease.com/gfd-awards-2023/
Design that Educates Awards
The Design that Educates Awards (DtEA) recognize, showcase, and promote globally the best ideas and implementations of architecture and design that can educate. The design itself may provide an informative and educational layer that guides us through the increasing complexity of our environment. It can showcase specific possibilities and challenges, explain sociocultural factors and influences, or even outline new scenarios for future development. Each year, the esteemed panel of judges selects the outstanding ideas and implementations in the categories of architectural design, product design, universal design, and responsive design.
European Award for Architectural Heritage Intervention
Registration of the 4th edition of the European Award for Architectural Heritage Intervention AADIPA, will remain open until April 5th, 2019.
This biennial contest organized with the support of the COAC (Architects’ Association of Catalonia) and AADIPA (Association of Architects for the Defence and Intervention in Architectural Heritage), aims to distinguish good heritage practice and contribute to its dissemination.
The international jury of the Award which, in its 4th edition, is formed by the architects:
Louis Leger, partner of the architecture studio BAST of Toulouse
Marià Castelló from Marià Castelló Architecture based in Formentera
Leticia Soriano from Alea Olea
Benoit Moritz, founder of the Belgian firm MSA
Elisabeth Abalo from Abalo Alonso Arquitectos
Elena Albareda from Cíclica
Professor in Urban Design and Landscaping at the Polytechnic of Milan, Chiara Nifosi
Javier Gallego, Ph.D. in Architecture from the Universidad Politécnica in Madrid
and Joan Casadevall, director of the architecture project Gabinet del Color
Mariana Correia, international consultant for ICOMOS on World Heritage
José Manuel Chacón Bulnes, Ph.D. and Master’s degree in the Restoration of Historical Heritage from the UPCT
Anna Ramos, architect and director of the Mies Van der Rohe Foundation in Barcelona
Women in Architecture Awards
Celebrating the best design by female architects from around the world, enter this year’s Women in Architecture awards today – entries are free.
Now in its eighth year, the Women in Architecture campaign is an annual survey, a partner programme and a series of events and awards that celebrate the best design by women architects from around the world and promote role models for young women in practice. In partnership with sister title the Architects’ Journal, The Architectural Review seeks to change the profession for the better.
The Women in Architecture Awards are a crucial touchstone of the campaign. The awards are cherished by our winners, judges and luncheon guests, who find the celebration a very special occasion. Their reach is considerable, and while it is our winners and shortlisted entrants who make the headlines, all of the nominees are making a real difference within the architectural industry.
Submit your entry
Put forward talented women, or nominate yourself for the following categories: Architect of the Year and the Moira Gemmill Prize.
The deadline for nominations is 3 December and it’s free to enter. Winners will be honoured at a gala luncheon on Friday 1 March 2019 in central London.
The Architecture MasterPrize
Recognizing excellence in Architecture, Interior Design and Landscape Design worldwide.
Final Deadline: August 31, 2018
Now in its third year the Architecture MasterPrize stands:
• To advance the appreciation of quality architectural design around the world,
• To celebrate the greatest achievements in architecture, interior design and landscape design,
• To showcase the world-class talent and visionaries in these fields.
Winners are chosen across 41 categories by the jury panel of renowned architects, academics and industry experts based on design excellence and creativity.
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Major Architectural Awards
Stirling Prize Architecture Award
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Six buildings are on the shortlist for the 22nd annual Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) Stirling Prize for the UK’s best new building.
The bookies favourite is surprisingly (in the sense the architect studio is very well known and the building is quite humble) currently Barrett’s Grove, Stoke Newington by relatively little known architects Groupwork + Amin Taha.
World Architecture Festival Awards – WAF Awards
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The World Architecture Festival (WAF) will return for its tenth edition at the Arena Berlin in Germany from 15-17 November 2017. World Architecture Festival is now the world’s largest, annual, international architectural event.
Recent Architectural Awards Added
AR Awards for Emerging Architecture
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AR Awards for Emerging Architecture
Now in their 15th year, the AR+D Awards for Emerging Architecture are the world’s most popular and prestigious awards for young architects, giving emerging practices invaluable impetus on their trajectory to wider recognition and success. Previous winners of the Awards have included Sou Fujimoto (Japan), Thomas Heatherwick (UK), Sean Godsell (Australia), Jurgen Mayer H. (Germany) and Li Xiaodong (China).
Scottish Design Awards
Scotland Design Awards
The Scottish Design Awards are open to all Architecture & Design companies in Scotland, or those doing work for a Scottish Client. The Awards aim to highlight the best and the brightest stars in the Scottish design industry.
IS Arch Awards
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IS Arch Awards : winners news
Urban Strategies to Regenerate Indian Public Space: A case study of Pols in Ahmedabad
Author: Almudena Cano Piñeiro
University: Universidad Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura de Madrid (ETSAM)
Tile of Spain Awards of Architecture-Interior Design
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Tile of Spain Awards
There are three categories: Architecture, Interior Design and Degree Project in Architecture. These architecture awards are run by The Spanish Ceramic Tile Manufacturers’ Association.
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Mies van der Rohe Awards
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Aga Khan Award for Architecture
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RIBA Gold Medal Award
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ETH-Studio Monte Rosa/Tonatiuh Ambrosetti
Europa Nostra Award
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MIPIM AR Future Project Awards
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Brit Insurance Design Awards
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RIBA Special Awards
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Re-Skinning Awards : ZEROprize
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International Architectural Award List
Ashden Awards for Sustainable Energy
CAE Educational Facility Design Awards
International Architecture Awards – IAA
Praemium Imperiale Architecture Laureate
ThyssenKrupp Elevator Award Dubai
WA Awards : 20+10+X
World Habitat Awards Competition
Design Museum Design Awards
National Architecture Awards
Architecture Prizes – USA
American Architecture Awards 2008
American Architecture Award Winners
American Institute of Architects Gold Medal
Cooper-Hewitt National Design Awards
Spotlight Rice Design Alliance Prize
Architecture Prizes – Canada
OAA Awards, Canada
Architecture Prizes – Australia
Australia Award for Urban Design
Australian Institute of Architects Awards
Australian Institute of Architects Gold Medal
Architecture Prizes – New Zealand
Canterbury Architecture Awards
Gisborne Hawkes Bay Architecture Awards
Nelson Marlborough Architecture Awards
Waikato Bay of Plenty Architecture Awards
Wellington Architecture Awards
Architecture Prizes – India
Indian Institute of Architects Awards
Architecture Prizes – Europe
Architecture Prizes – Germany
Architecture Prizes – UK
British Construction Industry Award
Prime Minister’s Better Public Building Award
Architecture Prizes – Scotland
Architecture Prizes – Ireland
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World Architecture Festival Awards WAF 2012
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Pritzker Architecture Prize 2010 : SANAA, architects win
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SANAA are a Japanese architectural firm.
Design: Kohn Pederson Fox – KPF
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