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ArchDaily 2014 Building Of The Year Awards

NEW YORK, Feb. 7, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- ArchDaily is the world's most visited Architecture website. Founded in March 2008, ArchDaily provides architects inspiration, knowledge, and tools to face the challenges of our rapidly urbanizing world. With over 300,000 daily visits and 70,000,000 monthly page views, it is recognized as the ultimate source of inspiration for architects.

Winners of the 2014 Building of the Year Awards

Last month, ArchDaily partnered with HP to launch the 2014 Building of the Year Awards. At ArchDaily, we trust our readers, intelligent and informed architects from every corner of the globe, to select the buildings that represent the year's best architecture. Over four weeks, 60,000 readers reviewed 3,500 projects, selecting 14 stunning winners.

Winners vary from up-and-coming architects, like FT Architects, who constructed an intricate Sports facility from locally sourced timber, to leaders in community design, like Auburn University's Rural Studio, who designed and built a civic space for an Alabama community, to internationally recognized offices BIG, WOHA, and Aires Mateus.

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Commercial Architecture - Fuel Station + McDonalds by Giorgi Khmaladze

Cultural Architecture - Danish National Maritime Museum by BIG (Bjarke Ingels Group)

Educational Architecture - Braamcamp Freire by CVDB arquitectos

Healthcare Architecture - Alcacer do Sal Residences by Aires Mateus Arquitectos

Hospitality Architecture - Tree Snake Houses by Luis Rebelo de Andrade + Tiago Rebelo de Andrade

Houses - Binh Thanh House by Vo Trong Nghia Architects + Sanuki + Nishizawa architects

Housing - Tete in L'air by KOZ Architectes

Industrial Architecture - Antinori Winery by Archea Associati

Interiors - Walmart Sao Paulo by Estudio Guto Requena

Offices - 48 North Canal Road by WOHA

Public Architecture - Newbern Town Hall by Auburn University Rural Studio

Refurbishment - Three Cusps Chalet by Tiago do Vale Arquitectos

Religious Architecture - Saint John Baptist Chapel by Alejandro Beautell

Sports Architecture - Archery Hall & Boxing Club by FT Architects

Winner of the Hospitality Architecture category: Tree Snake Houses by Luís Rebelo de Andrade + Tiago Rebelo de Andrade (photo credit: Ricardo Oliveira Alves)


Winner of the Houses category: Binh Thanh House by Vo Trong Nghia Architects + Sanuki + Nishizawa architects (photo credit: Hiroyuki Oki)

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