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The results of AZURE’s 12 annual AZ Awards are in! On Friday June 24, AZURE launched the 2022 AZ Awards Winners Revealed and presented the world’s most inspiring and innovative projects, products and concepts, awarded by this year’s remarkable jury.

This year’s submissions – received from 43 countries – were evaluated by 10 world-renowned practitioners: Alison Brooks, Drew Sinclair, Gabriele Chiave, Garth Roberts, Lauren Stimson, Ma Yansong, Primo Orpilla, Róisín Lafferty, Siamak Hariri and Tao Zhang were judged through an immersive, remote deliberation process and selected Laureates and Merit Awards in 24 categories.

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The 24 winners and 46 awards of merit illustrate excellence in innovation, aesthetics, creativity and social and environmental responsibility.

The winners will receive the 2022 AZ Awards Trophy, an NFT titled AZZY, created specifically for AZURE by international designer – and juror – Garth Roberts, in collaboration with digital artist Sebastian Schoellhammer and sound artist and musician Nicola Ratti. The full experience includes animations and sound and is exclusive to AZ Awards 2022 winners.

The revelation of the winners of the AZ Awards 2022 is still in progress! Click here to explore awards by category and learn more about winners, awards of merit, and people’s choice!

Winner + People’s Choice — Architecture, Buildings under 1,000 m²
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Winner + People’s Choice — Urban Design Interventions

Winner + People’s Choice — Urban Design Interventions: Peggy’s Cove Infrastructure Improvement Strategy by Omar Gandhi Architect. Photo credit: Maxime Brouillet

Winner + People’s Choice — Urban Design Visions

Winner + People’s Choice — Urban Design Visions: Mirvish Village by Henriquez Partners Architects with Diamond Schmitt Architects. Rendered courtesy of Westbank

Winner + People’s Choice — Architecture, Adaptive Reuse

Winner + People’s Choice – Architecture, Adaptive Reuse: The Mercury Store – Adaptive Wood Reuse Theater by CO Adaptive Architecture. Photo credit: Naho Kubota

Winner — Urban Design, Infrastructure

Winner — Urban Design, Infrastructure: Tintagel Castle Footbridge by Ney & Partners and William Matthews Associates. Photo credit: David Levene

Winner + People’s Choice — Architecture, Multi-Unit Residential Buildings

Winner + People’s Choice – Architecture, Multi-Unit Residential Buildings: Growth by Modern Office of Design + Architecture (MODA). Photo credit: Ema Peter

Winner — Landscape Architecture

Winner — Landscape Architecture: A Floating Forest: Fish Tail Park in Nanchang City by Turenscape. Photo credit: Courtesy of Turenscape

Winner — A+ Student Work Award

Winner — A+ Student Work Award: The Village Inside the Nuclear Power Plant by Sabina Blasiotti (Bartlett School of Architecture). Rendered courtesy of Sabina Blasiotti.

Winner — Commercial and Institutional Interiors

Winner — Commercial and Institutional Interiors: aturnbird — Into the Force by Roarc Renew. Photo credit: Wen Studio

Winner — Architecture, Buildings over 1,000 m²

Winner – Architecture, Buildings over 1,000 m²: Xu Wei Art Museum and Green Vine Square by UAD (ACRC). Photo credit: Zhao Qiang

Winner + People’s Choice — Architecture, Single Family Homes

Winner + People’s Choice — Architecture, Single Family Homes: OG House by Omar Gandhi Architect. Photo credit: Doublespace Photography

Winner + People’s choice — Architecture, temporary and experiential installations

Winner + People’s Choice — Architecture, Temporary and Experiential Installations: Shape Tomorrow by HWKN. Photo credit: Marco Van Oel.

Winner + People’s Choice — Social Good

Winner + People’s Choice — Social Good: House of Dreams by Insitu Project. Photo credit: Courtesy of Insitu Project

Winner + People’s Choice — Environmental Leadership

Winner + People’s Choice — Environmental Leadership: Bethesda Medical Center by August Green. Rendered courtesy of Kaleidoskope

Winner — Concepts, Unbuilt Projects

Winner – Concepts, Unbuilt Projects: Bethesda Medical Center by August Green. Rendered courtesy of Kaleidoskope

See the full list of this year’s winners here.

The presenting partners of the AZ Awards 2022 are Caesarstone, Keilhauerand landscape forms. The 2022 AZ Awards Reveal Sponsors are dark tools, The George Brown Schooland Scavolini.

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