The Architizer Awards 2017 honor the best architecture, spaces, and products from across the globe.

What are the world’s coolest new buildings?
This year’s winners include: Poly International Plaza by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP; the De Maria Pavilion in Bridgehampton, New York by Gluckman Tang; Peter Zumthor’s Zinc Mine Museum in Allmanajuvet, Norway; The Book Stop Project by WTA Architecture + Design Studio; Salerno Maritime Terminal by Zaha Hadid Architects; Iwamoto by Scott’s Pinterest Headquarters in San Francisco, California; Sulwhasoo Flagship Store by Neri&Hu Design and Research Office; Writers Theatre in Glencoe, Illinois by Studio Gang Architects; Romsdal Folk Museum by Reiulf Ramstad Architects; Writers Theatre by Studio Gang Architects and the Ribbon Chapel by Hiroshi Nakamura + NAP.

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SPG Société Privée de Gérance by Giovanni Vaccarini Architects | photo: Adrien Buchet
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Rope Wave Office by Jing-Rui Lin (Atelier Ten) – Popular Choice Winner, Coworking Space | Photo credit: Jing-Rui Lin (Atelier Ten)

What are the world’s coolest houses and interiors? 
This year’s winners include: Villa A by
lolot design; DeHui Tea Space by Space Modification Unit; Choui Fong Tea Cafe idin Architects; Refurbishment in Calle Alcalá by wespi de meuron romeo – ÁBATON; House in Itamambuca by Arquitetura Gui Mattos; Compass House by superkül; Townships Farmhouse by LAMAS Inc; Knapphullet by Lund Hagem Architects.

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Villa A by lolot design. Stools by Kristalia
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Refurbishment in Calle Alcalá by wespi de meuron romeo – ÁBATON

This year, the the Architizer Awards 2017 received over 5,000 entries from 100+ countries. A jury-selected winner and a popular choice winner were awarded in each of the 102 categories, with popular choice winners determined by more than 400,000 public votes cast from around the world.

In addition to the Jury and Popular Choice winners, six special awards for achievement will be presented at the the Architizer Awards 2017 gala on May 11 in New York City, including: Firm of the Year: David Adjaye (Adjaye Associates); Lifetime Achievement Award: Odile Decq (Odile Decq Studio); Impact Award: Tatiana Bilbao (Tatiana Bilbao Estudio); Advocate Award: Carlo Ratti (Ratti Associati, MIT Senseable City Lab, EU Commission); Emerging Firm of the Year: Koray Duman (Buro Koray Duman); Product of the Year: DJI Drone.

These special honorees are recognized for their outstanding work and innovation in design, including works such as: The National Museum of African American History and Culture (Adjaye); Confluence Institute for Innovation and Creative Studies (Decq); low-income housing in Acuña, Mexico (Bilbao); The Supermarket of the Future (Ratti); New York’s forthcoming Islamic Cultural Center (Duman); and groundbreaking CAD compatible drone technology (DJI).

Over 400 celebrities from the worlds of architecture, art, and design will meet for the gala at Highline Stages in New York City next month.

“The A+ gala is more than just a party. It represents a moment for us to stand up and champion our art, recognizing the transformational role that architecture plays in our lives,” says Architizer CEO Marc Kushner.

The full list of Architizer Awards 2017 winners can be found at