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Periscope Tower and Suvela Chapel among winners of the American Architecture Prize 2016

posted on October 5th 2016 in News

The American Architecture Prize honors designs in the disciplines of architecture, interior design, and landscape architecture with the goal of advancing the appreciation of architecture worldwide. Each submitted design was evaluated by the esteemed AAP Jury on its own merit based on form, function, and innovation. Winning projects were given titles of platinum, gold, silver, or bronze levels, along with honorable mentions from many distinguished submissions.

The Periscope Tower by Anssi Lassila / OOPEAA was awarded silver in the category of Heritage Architecture. To review the entry, click here.  

The Suvela Chapel by Anssi Lassila / OOPEAA was awarded bronze in the category of Institutional Architecture. To review the entry, click here

The international list of jurors for the prize consists of a wide variety of professionals in architecture, journalism, interior design, art, and other related fields.

For a complete list of the jury please click here.

 Browse all winners for the American Architecture Prize 2016 here.

 For a press release announcing the winners please click here 

The American Architecture Prize

 www.architectureprize.com

Architecture changes lives as well as landscapes. The American Architecture Prize (AAP) is set to become one of the most respected awards in the industry and aims to showcase the phenomenal talent and vision displayed by architects all over the world. The aim of the prize is to recognize individuals and teams who have made a substantial contribution to all areas of architecture. It celebrates those who push boundaries and set new standards. The AAP recognizes that excellence in architecture goes far beyond the need of a building to be practical and serve a purpose. Great architecture is about creating a lasting design that will remain for generations while inspiring people and enriching their lives. Innovative buildings, designs and landscapes can help redesign the way we live our lives for the better and enable us to make the most of the space we have.

The international list of jurors for the prize consists of a wide variety of professionals in architecture, journalism, interior design, art, and other related fields.