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New York Architects Select Prestigious International Architecture Awards for 2014

Published: Tuesday, October 07, 2014

Caption: Medieval Museum- Waterford City Council Architects. Photographed by Philip Lauterbach

The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design and The European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies have selected over 110 new buildings, commercial and institutional developments, landscape architecture, and urban planning projects from 36 nations.

Ireland is represented with the 2014 RIAI Award Winning -  Best Public Building, MEDIEVAL MUSEUM, Waterford, Ireland by Waterford City Council Architects - Rupert Maddock, Bartosz Rojowski and Agnieszka Zipper-Rojowska.

The program honors the most prestigious projects in the world, new skyscrapers, commercial buildings, urban plans, private residences, and real estate projects that achieve a high standard of excellence in design, construction, planning, and sustainability and promote the best practice in all types of real estate development for the private and public sectors, including new skyscrapers, high rises, corporate and institutional buildings, commercial projects, city planning, restorations and adaptive reuse, religious and civic buildings, and interiors.

This elite group of buildings and urban planning projects selected by the jury will be premiered at the Istanbul Design Biennial at the UCTEA Chamber of Architects of Turkey Istanbul Metropolitan Branch Kemankes Caddesi No: 31, Karakoy-Beyoglu, 34425 Istanbul, Turkey opening October 10 and continuing through October 25, 2014.

The exhibition is entitled The City and the World and combines The International Architecture Awards 2014 with The American Architecture Awards 2014.

After Istanbul the exhibition is scheduled to travel in Europe, opening at The European Centre’s Contemporary Space Athens in Athens, Greece in 2015. 

To view a list of all Award Projects click here. (PDF)

Categories: Architecture


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