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ArchDaily & Strelka Award Shortlist Announced—Vote for the Winners

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Readers of ArchDaily and Strelka Mag have selected a shortlist of 15 architectural projects nominated for the joint ArchDaily & Strelka Award, which celebrates emerging architects and new ideas that transform the contemporary city. The second stage of voting, which will last until August 15, will decide the three winners.



The first stage of the voting took place from July 17 to July 31. The open call invited emerging architects to submit their built projects that emphasize sustainability, research-based and participatory design, and the innovative use of materials. Architects and architecture and design firms that started their practice no more than 10 years ago could apply with projects that were built in the past five years. We have received projects from over 100 offices from Armenia, Belarus, Estonia, Georgia, Lithuania, Moldova, Russia, Ukraine, and Uzbekistan.



Apartment in Minsk / Third Wave Architects, Belarus

ARTCOR Creative Center / Maxim Calujac, Moldova

Ayb Middle School / Storaket Architectural Studio, Armenia

Azatlyk—Central Square of Naberezhnye Chelny/ DROM, Russia

Coffee Production Plant / Khmaladze Architects, Georgia

Dune Square / Bureau Druzhba, Russia

Garage Screen Cinema / SYNDICATE Architects, Russia

House of Peace in Kaunas / Svirskis Studio, Lithuania

Obukhov Factory Museum / Architectural Bureau 7.4.2, Russia

Pavilion of the Future / NOVOE, Russia

Schelokovsky Hutor Forest Park / OGOROD, Russia

Sevkabel Port / AB CHVOYA, Russia

​Stage Pavilion / Stage Dnipro Community, Ukraine

Tula Farmers Market / 8 Lines, Russia

White Flowers Boulevard / Project Group 8, Russia

You can vote for one project a day until August 15 to decide the winners. The three offices will be announced on August 19, and will be invited to the Future Architect conference in September to present their projects and receive the Award from ArchDaily's CEO and Editor-in-Chief David Basulto.

One winner will have the opportunity to make a documentary about their project, which will be available in the online cinema platform Okko.