The Architecture MasterPrize (AMP), one of the most respected architectural award programs in the world, has announced it's 2018 winners: the most innovative, creative and inspiring architectural projects from around the globe.
Winners were selected from 68 countries in categories across the disciplines of architecture, interior design, and landscape architecture.
The jury has selected the following three projects as Design of the Year prize winners of The Architecture MasterPrize 2018 and to be awarded the AMP Trophy.
Architectural Design Of The Year: American Copper Buildings by Shop Architects
Interior Design Of The Year: Tokyo Tower Top Deck by Kaz Shirane Studio
Landscape Design of The Year: The Sun Shed Renovation Practice by Mix Architecture
In addition to the top three “Design of the Year” awards, winners from around the world have been selected across 41 categories.
The Old Galt Post Office Idea Exchange by Rdh Architects (RDHA) in Architectural Design
Queen's Square Restoration by Seferian Design Group in Landscape Architecture
Kanda Terrace by Key Operation Architects in Commercial Architecture
The Mews (101 Yorkville) by NEUF architect(e)s in Landscape Architecture
Aesop Queen Street West by superkül in Interior Design
The Slender House by MU Architecture in Interior Design
Théodore Gouvy Theater by Dominique Coulon & Associés in Cultural Architecture
Frankie & Johnny EBA51 by Holzer Kobler Architekturen Berlin GmbH in Architecture Design
Cottage La Petite Soeur by ACDF Architecture in Architectural Design / Residential Architecture
Salesforce Transit Center by Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects in Transportation Architecture
The Waterdown Library and Civic Centre by Rdh Architects (RDHA)
Lascaux International Centre for Cave Art by Casson Mannin in Exhibitions
Setsugekka Japanese Cuisine by Shanghai Hip-pop Architectural Decoration Design in Other Interior Design
Roemer Plaza, Suffolk University by Klopfer Martin Design Group in Educational Landscape Design
The full list of 2018 Architecture MasterPrize winners + photos for each project can be found — at this link.