Muuuz, the magazine of reference of the latest trends in architecture and design in France, announced the winners of the 6th edition of the ADC Awards 2019.
The ADC Awards is the leading French community of professionals in architecture, layout and decoration. It organizes two major annual events: the ADC Awards, an event which is dedicated to the most remarkable achievements of architecture and interior design, and the Muuuz International Awards which rewards the most outstanding and innovative products.

The past five editions of the event have helped to establish the reputation of this national award recognized by the profession, which has already distinguished more than 120 architectural firms since its launch. These have benefited from the communication associated with the event, proposed by Muuuz but also by its many partners.

The winners of the ADC awards 2019 were unveiled Thursday, February 21 at a gala dinner gathering major players in construction at the Grand Hotel Intercontinental Opera in Paris. The eighteen winning projects divided into twelve sections according to a programmatic approach (culture, housing, teaching, tertiary, health ….) are those who obtained the highest grade in their category.

Half of this score is awarded by the public and the other half by a jury composed of personalities from the world of architecture: Zoé Térouinard, Muuuz magazine Editor in Chief, Emmanuel Caille, magazine d’architectures (d’a) Editor in Chief, Eric Bartolo, architecte, Dominique Lyon, architect, Dominique Jakob, Lise Mesliand, Associate Director of Linkcity Urban Projects, Île de France, Maryse Quinton, journalist and architect, and Nicolas Guerin, architect and founder of NP2F studio.


New Building: Hôtel d’entreprise Binet, Paris  – AZC
Rehabilitation : Phobos, Paris – Studio Vincent Eschalier 


museum – exhibition space: Musée de Lodève – Projectiles
space – cultural center: Scène nationale Espace des Arts, Chalon-sur-Saône (71) – Atelier d’Architecture Pierre Hebbelinck with HBAAT


Parc aquatique Aqualagon, Marne-la-Vallée – Jacques Ferrier Architecture


Gare TGV, Montpellier – Marc Mimram


primary-secondary: Lycée Joliot-Curie, Nanterre  – Vincent Cornu

Higher education: Institut des Sciences Moléculaires d’Orsay (ISMO), Orsay  – KAAN Architecten with FRES architectes


House: Maison Séchoir, Romestaing – Christophe Hutin Architecture

Urban centre: 16 logements rue Pajol, Paris  – Armand Nouvet Architecture et Urbanisme

periphery: 34 logements sociaux, Ville-d’Avray  – Jean & Aline Harari Architectes

University housing: Institut de la mer, Villefranche-sur-Mer – CAB Architectes

High rise building

Allure, Paris – FRESH Architectures with ITAR Architectures

Mixed program

Diamant Noir, Lille – Atelier Pranlas Descours


Centre sportif des Droits de l’Homme, Strasbourg – Dominique Coulon & Associés


Extension d’un EHPAD, Vaucouleurs – Christophe Aubertin et Eléonore Nicolas – Collectif Studiolada

Architecture & Landscape

Maison de la réserve – Territoires paysagistes et Charles – Henri Tachon architecture et paysage

Public Prize

Site Fiduciaire de la banque de France, La Courneuve – Jean-Paul Viguier et Associés 

Discover all the ADC Awards 2019 winning projects here