Winners of the 63rd Annual Progressive Architecture Awardstbvxwqvqdqrqdrafwyrvtdqcrzqtbbcdf gathered with colleagues, peers, and past winners at a ceremony at The Modern within New York's Museum of Modern Art last night. Following remarks from Hanley Wood Design Group President Ron Spink and sponsor representative Robert Strubel from PPG Industries, ARCHITECT Editor-in-Chief Ned Cramer, Assoc. AIA, presented awards to the five winners of this year's edition of the venerable program, which honors the best in unbuilt architecture.

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THE WINNERS

Ted Baab and Kevin Lamyuktseung of SO – IL
Ted Baab and Kevin Lamyuktseung of SO – IL


Amant in New York City by SO – IL

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© Luxigon Retail base

Hanking Center Tower in Shenzhen, China, by Morphosis Architects

Andrew Smith-Rasmussen and Wil Carson of 64North
Andrew Smith-Rasmussen and Wil Carson of 64North


LEDs embedded in Mobile ArtSpace container’s skin
Courtesy 64North LEDs embedded in Mobile ArtSpace container’s skin

Long Beach Mobile ArtSpace in Long Beach, Calif., by 64North with Buro Happold, Formation Association, and Steve Roden


Courtesy Weiss/Manfredi Architecture/Landscape/Urbanism

Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art: Envisioning a Cultural Arts District in Kansas City, by Weiss/Manfredi Architecture/Landscape/Urbanism

Adam and Elina Chizmar with Isabelle Moutaud of REX
Adam and Elina Chizmar with Isabelle Moutaud of REX


Project R6 as it will appear in the Yongsan International Business District.
Project R6 as it will appear in the Yongsan International Business District.

Project R6 in Seoul, South Korea, by REX

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