The A+ Student Award Winner is a poetic concept for commemorating the site of the 2011 earthquake in Japan's Fukushima Prefecture.
The Bentway, a concept developed by Public Works and Greenberg Consultants, aims to transform the area beneath a Toronto expressway into a 1.75-kilometre public park, filled with amphitheatres, playgrounds, bike paths, playgrounds and markets. It's the 2018 AZ Awards Winner in the Ideas/Prototypes category.
Public Square, an FXCollaborative project, imagines an interlocking tile system that could reclaim space formerly occupied by vehicles - it earned a 2018 AZ Award of Merit in the Ideas/Prototypes category.
With Tangible Formations, a student team from the University of Stuttgart created a building block made of woodchips packed into clear plastic bags that empowers people to construct by hand.
Sanjay Puri's Courtyard House is an oasis-like office complex, where workers can escape the desert heat by a peaceful pool.
Jurgis Gecys, a fine arts graduate student in Vienna, envisions stunning sculptural interventions for the Curonian Spit.
It might recall science fiction, but this concept for a San Francisco fire station by SCI-Arc's Danny Jens Karas is a practical imagining of how structures might one day be built.
The architectural dome gets a modern reboot in Steven Christensen's concept for a thermal spring spa in western Latvia.
The University of Applied Arts Vienna used robots and a novel foam-based material to fashion a system of joints with an array of potential applications in the architecture of the future.
This proposal for a media headquarters in the Middle East shows REX Architecture of New York exploring exciting tower typologies.