ArchDaily 2010 Building of the Year Award: The Winners

At ArchDaily we strongly believe in our readers.

You have helped us to expand the debate on the site, sharing your thoughts about the buildings we feature every day. When we decided to award the best buildings featured at ArchDaily every year, we could´t think of a better way to do this than to hand this important duty to you. After 4 weeks, and with more than 30,000 votes in the last round, our readers choose an interesting lineup of projects and offices.

From upcoming small practices, to renowned established offices, the selection includes projects that show clear resolution, assertive use of materials, structural challenges and new ways to approach programatic issues. This makes it clear that the selection was not based on popularity, but rather on the good work of these offices, recognized by our readers.

You can see all the winning projects at the 2010 Building of the Year Awards page.

And so far, with all of the projects featured during these 2 months, the 2011 Awards will be even better! Make sure to submit your projects for consideration during the year.

The winner of the iPad during this round is Elizabeth Murphy.

The project with the most votes and therefore the recipient of the HP Designjet T2300 eMFP printer, was the North Carolina Museum of Art (Thomas Phifer Architects).
 
Cite: Basulto, David. "ArchDaily 2010 Building of the Year Award: The Winners" 16 Feb 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed 24 Oct 2014. <http://www.archdaily.com/?p=112026>