ArchDaily Building of the Year 2011
NEW YORK, March 9, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- ArchDaily (http://www.archdaily.com) is currently the most visited Architecture website in the world with more than 5,000,000 visits and more than 36,000,000 pageviews a month. It features the latest projects, awards, contests and architecture related news. It is recognized as the ultimate source of inspiration for thousands of architects around the world (http://www.fastcompany.com/1765064/chilean-entrepreneurs-redesign-thearchitecture-industry), a community of professionals that once again has acted as the jury for the Building of the Year Awards.
Last month, ArchDaily partnered with HP to launch these unique awards for the architecture community. On March 8, after more than 65,000 votes from all over the world, the winners for ArchDaily's Building of the Year Awards 2011 were announced.
It has been 4 exciting weeks where readers chose their favorite building among more than 3,000 projects. Divided into 14 categories, this year's winners vary from emerging young architects like Cerejeira Fontes Architects or MIMA Architects to the most prestigious offices of Steven Holl and OMA. The projects range from a small chapel in Portugal or a fantastic bridge in The Netherlands to the 47,00 sqf Milstein Hall at Cornell University, every project noted for their unique and innovative designs.
You can see all the winners here: www.archdaily.com/building-of-the-year/2011/
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