EFFEKT's vision for a community-centred development is a winner in Concepts: Ideas and Prototypes.
Portugal's Summary designed this jury favourite in Architecture: Multi-Residential Buildings.
In Architecture: Single-Family Houses, this idyllic mountaintop residence by Mork-Ulnes Architects combines the rustic and the refined.
Chicago's Vladimir Radutny Architects added warmth to a raw shell in creating this winner of the Residential Interiors category.
Zaha Hadid Architects' curvaceous low-rise on the High Line wins in Architecture: Multi-Unit Residential Buildings.
Nestled into its urban context, this Notting Hill home by Gianni Botsford is the winner in Architecture: Single-Family Houses.
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.
Elevated on concrete piers, Gap Cove House is built to withstand New England storm surges and is filled with sustainable features, earning it the 2018 AZ Award of Merit for Environmental Leadership.
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.
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.