The library gets a jolt of energy in this brilliant project by ALA Architects, the winner in Architecture: Buildings Over 1,000 Square Metres.
Protecting the sand dunes of coastal China, this art museum by OPEN Architecture in the winner in Architecture: Buildings Under 1,000 Square Metres.
Nestled into its urban context, this Notting Hill home by Gianni Botsford is the winner in Architecture: Single-Family Houses.
Zaha Hadid Architects' curvaceous low-rise on the High Line wins in Architecture: Multi-Unit Residential Buildings.
Architect Jean-Maxime Labrecque's site-specific artwork for a Montreal residence wins in Architecture: Temporary and Experiential Installations.
The first-ever winner in our inaugural Adaptive Re-Use category, Idea Exchange | Old Post Office in Cambridge, Ontario, gracefully marries old and new.
A damaged ecosystem in China is brought back to life in Turenscape's marvellous Landscape Architecture winner.
Chicago's Vladimir Radutny Architects added warmth to a raw shell in creating this winner of the Residential Interiors category.
Winning in Interiors: Commercial and Institutional, this resplendent arts centre in Wuhan, China, was inspired by soap bubbles.
Combining soft and rugged elements, Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec's sofa for Magis wins in Design: Furniture