Protecting the sand dunes of coastal China, this art museum by OPEN Architecture in the winner in Architecture: Buildings Under 1,000 Square Metres.
Zaha Hadid Architects' curvaceous low-rise on the High Line wins in Architecture: Multi-Unit Residential Buildings.
The first-ever winner in our inaugural Adaptive Re-Use category, Idea Exchange | Old Post Office in Cambridge, Ontario, gracefully marries old and new.
Designed by Moriyama & Teshima and Acton Ostry, "The Arbour" is the ambitious tall-wood building that took the prize in Best in Concepts: Unbuilt Buildings.
Designed by COOKFOX Architects, the beautiful and sustainable Neeson Cripps Academy in Phnom Penh is the winner in the Social Good category of the 2019 AZ Awards.
A nine-storey building housing nine turnkey restaurants - designed in Tokyo by Key Operations - earned a 2018 AZ Award of Merit in Architecture: Commercial/Institutional Under 1,000 Square Metres.
With Big Space, Little Space, Buffalo architecture firm Davidson Rafailidis repurposed a 1920s garage into a home filled with fluid spaces, surprising skylights and additional outdoor spaces. The live-work space is a 2018 AZ Awards Winner for Single Family Residential Architecture.
Instead of tearing down an abandoned grain silo, COBE used the landmark to create a 17-storey residential project in Copenhagen that places social sustainability - and expressively angled balconies - at its core.
Volume C, created by Marcio Kogan for São Paulo retailer Micasa, is a sculptural and flexible vessel - for displaying furniture, hosting events and more - defined by its exposed glulam-wood framing.
Nestled among the pine trees of Valle de Bravo, Mexico, Entrepinos clusters six thoughtfully crafted volumes around a patio. Along with Big House, Little House, the Taller Héctor Barroso project is a winner of the 2018 AZ Awards in Residential Architecture: Single Family.