Winners of 20+10+X Architecture Awards 18th Cycle
WA Team is proud to announce Winners of 20+10+X Architecture Awards 18th Cycle.
Among 72 projects, 20+10 projects were selected by votes of Honorary Members and rates of WA Community Members.
Deadline for 21st Cycle 20+10+X Architecture Awards Submissions
LATEST ARCHITECTURE NEWS
Le Corbusier’s Forgotten Design: SoCal’s Iconic Butterfly Roof: Atop thousands of homes in the warm western regions of the United States are roofs that turn the traditional housetop silhouette on its head. Two panels meet in the middle of the roofline and slope upward and outward, like butterfly wings in mid-flap.
Gulf Islands by AA Robins:Gulf Islands designed by AA Robins architect completed. A 6500 sq ft house clad in rusted steel. The structural modules for the house were prefabricated and arrived on 23 trucks after the foundations were completed.
Curatorial Opportunities at Canadian Centre for Architecture(CCA):The Program offers the opportunity to propose and curate a project at the CCA related to contemporary debates in architecture, urban issues, landscape design, and cultural and social dynamics. The project is to be developed during a residency of 3 months at the CCA.
2014 in Review:Top 10 Big Projects:From a distillery greenhouse in the south of England (by the always-inventive Thomas Heatherwick) to Jean Nouvel’s skyscraper in Sydney (draped entirely in greenery), here are 10 of the most mind-bendingly ambitious buildings completed this year.
Selected by the votes of Honorary Members (20 projects)