Winning architecture in Architizer A+ Awards 2017 wows gallery

ALISON BROOKS ARCHITECTS Hiroshi Nakamura & NAP ATELIERS JEAN NOUVEL Jing-Rui Lin (Atelier ten) ARQUITETURA GUI MATTOS ARQUITETURA GUI MATTOS ATELIER DU PONT ATELIER DU PONT GLR ARQUITECTOS GLR ARQUITECTOS LAMAS LAMAS LUND HAGEM LUND HAGEM

The Smile by Alison Brooks Architects,an installation in London, was a Jury Winner in the Architizer A+ Awards 2017. It was constructed entirely with cross–laminated American tulipwood.

Ribbon Chapel in Seto, Japan, by Hiroshi Nakamura & NAP, was a Jury Winner in the Religious Buildings & Memorials section. The chapel is mainly used for weddings.

Philharmonie de Paris, Grande Salle designed by Ateliers Jean Nouvel and L'Observatoire International was a Jury Winner, Architecture +Light.

Rope Wave Office in Shanghai, by Jing-Rui Lin of Atelier Ten, was the Popular Choice Winner, Coworking Space.

Residencia Itamambuca in Brazil, by SP, Brazil Arquitetura Gui Mattos won both the Jury and Popular prize for a residential house between 1000sqft and 3000 sqft.

Residencia Itamambuca opens right up to the elements.

This holiday house in Cap Ferret, by Atelier du Pont was the popular choice in the Residential home 3000 sqft -5000sqft category.

The Cap Ferret holiday house recalls a cabin, with three linked pavilions that are open to a deck and pool.

Domus Aurea in Monterrey, Mexico, by GLR Arquitectos + Estudio Alberto Campo Baeza Architizer won the popular vote for residential house over 5000 sqft.

The Monterrey house features a large cut-out that frames views of the mountain range.

Townships Farmhouse in Hatley, Canada, designed by Lamas, was the Jury winner for residential houses over 5000 sqft.

The farmhouse comprises connecting timber and glass pavilions.

It was a double win for the Knapphullet project 120km from Oslo by Lund Hagem, which won the Jury and Popular vote for a residential house less than 1000 sqft. The building is an annex to a holiday home on a hill.

The Knapphullet annex tucks into the cliff face on one side and opens right up to the view.

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The Architizer A+ Awards celebrate the best of international architecture. And unlike many celebrated awards, they also award prizes for projects voted by online viewers, as well as jury prizes – the popular vote versus the jury vote.

Some projects win both categories.

This gallery presents the best of the housing categories, and we've added some public projects and a particularly cool office in Shanghai – all 2017 winners in the awards announced on April 11 in New York.

Residencia Itamambuca in Brazil, by SP, Brazil Arquitetura Gui Mattos won both the Jury and Popular prize for a ...
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Residencia Itamambuca in Brazil, by SP, Brazil Arquitetura Gui Mattos won both the Jury and Popular prize for a residential house between 1000sqft and 3000 sqft.

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