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ArchDaily 2015 Building of the Year Awards

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NEW YORK, Feb. 16, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- ArchDaily is currently the most visited Architecture website in the world. With more than 350,000 daily visits and more than 80,000,000 pageviews a month, it is recognized as the ultimate source of inspiration for thousands of architects. The global professionals who make up our readership have once again acted as the jury for the Building of the Year Awards. Out of over 3,000 projects, our readers have selected the best architecture worldwide.

Livsrum - Cancer Counseling Center by EFFEKT, winner of the 2015 ArchDaily Building of the Year Awards, Healthcare Category. Photo (C) Quintin Lake

At ArchDaily, we don't believe that "expert" juries are necessary to determine quality architecture. We trust our readers, intelligent and informed architects from every corner of the globe, to select the buildings that - due to their beauty, intelligence, creativity, or service to the community - represent the best architecture of the year.

Last month, ArchDaily partnered with HP to launch these unique awards for the architecture community. On February 5, after more than 31 ,000 people from all over the world voted, the winners for ArchDaily's Building of the Year Awards 2015 were announced.

It has been four exciting weeks during which readers chose their favorite buildings. Divided into 14 categories, this year's winners vary from up-and-coming architects like EFFEKT, who constructed a cluster of structures to create a new cancer counseling center in Denmark, to architects who are leading the charge on a new wave of popular regionalism such as Vietnamese Vo Trong Nghia, to Pritzker Prize-winning architects such as Alvaro Siza, Herzog & de Meuron and Shigeru Ban. However, no matter the firm, each project stands out for its unique and innovative design.

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Winners

Commercial Architecture

Cultura Bookstore / Studio MK27 - Marcio Kogan

Cultural Architecture

Fogo Natural Park Venue / OTO

Educational Architecture

Farming Kindergarten / Vo Trong Nghia Architects

Healthcare Architecture 

Livsrum - Cancer Counseling Center / EFFEKT

Hospitality Architecture

Nine Bridges Country Club / Shigeru Ban Architects

Houses

Sambade House / spaceworkers

Housing           

The Iceberg / CEBRA + JDS + SeARCH + Louis Paillard Architects

Industrial Architecture

Carozzi Production and Research Food Center / GH+A | Guillermo Hevia

Interiors            

Wieden+Kennedy NY / WORKac

Offices 

The Building on the Water / Alvaro Siza + Carlos Castanheira

Public Architecture

Twin Stations / sporaarchitects

Refurbishment

The Number 6 / Building

Religious Architecture

Sancaklar Mosque / Emre Arolat Architects

Sports Architecture

Arena do Morro / Herzog & de Meuron

 

The Building on the Water by Alvaro Siza (Pritzker Prize) + Carlos Castanheira, winner of the 2015 ArchDaily Building of the Year Award, Offices Category. Photo (C) Fernando Guerra FG SG

 

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