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Danish architect and AREA finalist from 2006, Dorte Mandrup is the first to be announced on this year’s judging panel
Entries for the 2020 AR Emerging Architecture awards are now openVideoSubscription
Enter and be in with the chance to win a £10,000 prize and be published in a special edition of the AR alongside all the other finalists
AR Emerging Architecture awards 2019VideoSubscription
Shortlisted and winning projects by architects such as Comunal, Estúdio Gustavo Utrabo, Estudio MMX, TAKA Architects and Clancy Moore Architects were presented and judged at the 21st edition of the AR Emerging Architecture awards held at the World Architecture Festival in Amsterdam
Meet your maker: hand-crafted terrazzo trophies for the AR Emerging Architecture awards 2019Subscription
In celebration of twenty years of the Emerging Architecture awards, the AR has commissioned bespoke terrazzo trophies to be awarded to this year’s winners. We lift the lid on this process.
AR New into Old awards 2019: winners announcedSubscription
The winner of the 2019 AR New into Old awards, alongside two Highly Commended and three Commended buildings, for sustainable alternatives to building anew have been revealed
Spanning 12 categories, the Future Project awards celebrates design and context excellence, judged by a panel of five including Roger Zogolovitch
W partner: ThirdWay ArchitectureSubscription
‘We’re committed to building a practice that is diverse, inclusive and challenges the status quo’
AR Emerging Architecture 2019 shortlist revealedSubscription
The 16-strong shortlist includes emerging practices from the UK, Ireland, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Brazil, Spain, Denmark, France, Turkey, China, the US and Japan
About the W partnership programmeSubscription
The W partnership programme promotes equality and diversity in practice, offering architectural practices the opportunity to highlight their firm as a leading ethical employer.
Welcome to the W programmeSubscription
The W programme, in association with The Architectural Review and the Architects’ Journal, seeks to change the profession for the better