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African-American museum, Islamic Cultural Center to be honored at 2017 Architizer A+ Awards
Published 11th May 2017
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African-American museum, Islamic Cultural Center to be honored at 2017 Architizer A+ Awards
On May 11, some of the world's greatest new buildings will be honored at the Architizer A+ Awards ceremony in New York.
This year, 5,000 entries competed in 102 categories, including commercial and residential concept and built spaces. A jury-selected winner and a popular choice winner, determined from public votes, will be awarded in each of the categories.
Six special awards will be given to honorees "recognized for their outstanding work and in design," according to a press release. British architect David Adjaye and his firm Adjaye Associates will be honored for The National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, and Buro Koray Duman, the firm behind New York City's future Islamic Cultural Center, will be awarded Emerging Firm of the Year.
See the gallery above for a closer look at some of this year's winners.
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