In a world that feels more divided than ever, Architizer’s A+Awards exists to globally unite people through great design. We believe everyone should have a say in naming the world’s best buildings, giving credit to small, emerging firms and big-name architects alike. No matter who designs it, all good architecture is equally worthy of recognition, and now is your chance to give your favorite buildings the spotlight. Public voting for the sixth annual competition is officially open!
Cast Your Votes Now
As the world’s largest awards program for architecture and products, the A+Awards celebrates the diverse talent of designers everywhere and, unlike many other architectural award programs, is a purely democratic process. An architect simply needs a great project and a Wi-Fi connection to be in the running. As a voter, all you need is to go online and choose the most inspiring designs from the collection of shortlisted designs.
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 for it and celebrate the most incredible projects created by talented architects around the globe. Here’s a preview of just some of the amazing projects you’ll be considering this year:
We’ve curated the projects and created a simple, easy-to-use online ballot. Now, it’s up to you. Vote for your favorite building in each category and tell everyone you know to do it, too. The more votes cast in the A+Awards, the closer we get to an authentic reflection of great design today!
Our virtual voting booth is open until July 20th. Vote now — it’s free and quick!
Cast Your Votes Now
Top image: King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Centre (KAPSARC) by Zaha Hadid Architects (rendering), shortlisted in the Higher Education & Research Facilities category.
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