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A' Design Award & Competition Announces Laureates for the A' Architecture Awards

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A' Design Award & Competition Announces Laureates for the A' Architecture Awards

A' Design Award & Competition announced its laureates for the A' Architecture Awards which celebrate excellence in architectural design as well as other spatial design fields such as landscape architecture, interior design, infrastructure projects and urban design. Over five thousand architects from two hundred countries competed this year for the coveted A' Design Prize in Architecture which is given to best architects, leading architectural offices and best building developers from all countries. Press members and architecture journalists worldwide are invited to browse designmag.org to check out award winning architectural projects to feature at their publications.

A' Design Award & Competition also established press-kit.org website where editors could easily access high-resolution images of awarded projects, photographs of leading architects, interviews with architecture offices and other press-only content. Journalists are kindly invited to apply for press accreditation or contact A' Design Awards for faster access.

The A' Architectural Design Award is a juried design competition where all entries are peer reviewed and anonymously voted by an expert 50-person jury panel of established architects, academics, press members as well as design professionals following strict guidelines. A' International Architecture Design Awards have a long tradition of recognizing the best architects, architecture offices and building developers who demonstrate excellence in their architectural design work, annually highlighting outstanding achievements in the fields of spatial design. Spatial Design Award winners could be browsed online at http://www.adesignaward.com/good-design.php?C=3.


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