Now in its 19th year, The International Architectural Awards are the oldest and most prestigious distinguished global building awards programme that honours new and cutting-edge design worldwide, inform the award organisers.
This year, the Museum received a record number of projects for new buildings, landscape architecture, and urban planning from the most important international firms practicing globally.
An international jury composed of several distinguished designers worked remotely and selected over 150 submissions from a shortlist of over 650 projects.
«By responding to a challenging project brief, our aim was to deliver a strong design statement,» explains Tanya Ruegg, partner and creative director at Evolution Design. The hyperbolic paraboloid form rises up at either end enclosing the exterior space between the towers and the complex entrance caps create playful reflections of pedestrians arriving and leaving the towers and glow in different shades depending on the daylight.
«This has been a very exciting and challenging project to work on and it gave us an opportunity to work with a very forward-thinking client, innovative construction companies PRIDEX Group, Most and Struktura SK, our local architect, ATP architects engineers, greenery consultants Florista Green Design, and IT contractor Step Logic. Lighting: Spector LAB and ZEON,» says Tanya Ruegg.
A full list of winning projects for 2022 can be viewed at the Museum's website www.europeanarch.eu.