And Building Of The Year 2020 Awards Winners Are ….

An enchanting bookstore “straight out of a movie”, a beautiful wooden chapel in a forest, and an Yves Saint Laurent museum in Marrakech are few of the deserving winners of ArchDaily’s “Building of the Year Awards 2020”.

Astoundingly, more than 95,000 people dropped their votes in 15 diverse categories, that highlighted a wide range of interventions, typologies, scale, material and locations. From Global South to Scandinavian territories, exceptional projects are recognized. With new names surfacing every year, this edition, as did its predecessors, honors the well-established and the newcomers. 

Wienerberger India has put together all of the winners in the gallery below:

Category : Best Applied Products

A House / REM’A

Category : Commercial Architecture

Ultra Fast Charging Station for Electric Vehicles / COBE

Category : Cultural Architecture

Musée Yves Saint Laurent Marrakech / Studio KO

Category : Educational Architecture

Chongqing Nankai LiangJiang Secondary School / gad

Category : Healthcare Architecture

Wood/Pile / Kengo Kuma & Associates

Category : Hospitality Architecture

Garden Hotpot Restaurant / MUDA-Architects

Category : Houses

House in Monsaraz / Aires Mateus

Category : Housing

L’Arbre Blanc Residential Tower / Sou Fujimoto Architects + Nicolas Laisné + OXO architects + Dimitri Roussel

Category : Industrial Architecture

CopenHill Energy Plant and Urban Recreation Center / BIG

Category : Interior Architecture

Chongqing Zhongshuge Bookstore / X+Living

Category : Offices

Second Home Hollywood Office / Selgascano

Category : Public Architecture

Jewel Changi Airport / Safdie Architects

Category : Religious Architecture

Wooden Chapel / John Pawson

Category : Small Scale & Installations

Parasite House / El Sindicato Arquitectura

Category : Sports Architecture

Simonne-Mathieu Tennis Court at Roland Garros / Marc Mimram

Congratulations to all the winners …. That was some exceptional architecture, isn’t it?

Curated by editor at  Wienerberger India

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Reference: ArchDaily

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