In Qinhuangdao, China, this stunning cultural centre by Neri&Hu is the winner in Architecture: Buildings Over 1,000 Square Metres.
Gh3* Architecture makes waves – and takes the top prize in Architecture: Buildings Under 1,000 Square Metres – with its chlorine-free public pool in Edmonton.
In Architecture: Single-Family Houses, this idyllic mountaintop residence by Mork-Ulnes Architects combines the rustic and the refined.
Portugal's Summary designed this jury favourite in Architecture: Multi-Residential Buildings.
Lambert & Fils enlisted DWA Design Group to create a stunning setting to exhibit its light fixtures in Milan. The result: this unforgettable space that took the Architecture: Temporary and Experiential Installations category.
EFFEKT's vision for a community-centred development is a winner in Concepts: Ideas and Prototypes.
Moriyama & Teshima's ambitious upcoming building for the University of Guelph takes the win in Concepts: Unbuilt Buildings.
The A+ Student Award Winner is a poetic concept for commemorating the site of the 2011 earthquake in Japan's Fukushima Prefecture.
Combining age-old techniques with contemporary ecological stewardship, this project by Dorte Mandrup took top prize in Environmental Leadership.
Studio Lotus turned a brief to create a government building into an occasion to foster the entire community. It's the official winner and the people's favourite in our Social Good category.