The winners of The Architectural Review's prestigious awards for young architects took place at the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) in London on November 28th.
The evening was hosted by Caterhine Slessor, Editor of The ARchitectural Review, marking the opening of the Emerging Architecture exhibition, which will be running at RIBA until the end of January 2014.
All entries were judged by a distinguished international jury chaired by AR Editor Catherine Slessor. This year's jruy includes Eric Owen Moss (USA), Manuelle Gautrand (France) and Peter Cook (UK) - see more details on the judges here.
Now in their 15th year, the AR+D Awards for Emerging Architecture exceeded expections, with a record number of entries competing for an overall prize fund of £10,000. As well as the four joint winners, the jury decided to highly commend 10 further projects. See all the winners and highly commended entries here.
Thank you to all our entries, winners, finalists, attendees, judges, sponsors and partners for establishing and contributing to what was a fantastic event.
Register your interest for the 2014 AR+D Awards for Emerging Architecture and next year you could give emerging practices invaluble impetus on its trajectory to wider recognition and success.