Blueprint Awards 2016: The winners


The winners for the 2016 Blueprint Awards have been announced


Editor of Blueprint Johnny Tucker comments on the third annual Blueprint Awards:

'We hope you had a great time tonight in our new venue and a big thanks to you for coming along this evening. You will have already seen what an excellent selection of shortlisted entries we had again this year and hence what a difficult task it was for our judging panel.

‘I am extremely gratified by how the world has sat up and taken notice of the Blueprint Awards. Now in its third year, we had a truly global response with the 400 entries, covering six of the world’s seven continents and being from 24 different countries.

‘It was great to be able to honour the achievements of Zaha Hadid this year after she unexpectedly died while at the very peak of her profession. She very deservedly received the 2016 Blueprint Award for Architecture voted for by the Blueprint community.

‘Blueprint had a long running relationship with Zaha, having commissioned her very first structure in the UK — a pavilion back in 1995. Although she has left a wonderful legacy of buildings, as a Cardiffian, I’m also personally very sad that she never got build her opera house in the Welsh capital. She is a huge loss to the world of 21st century Architecture.’

'So another big thank you to our judges, and of course all of our sponsors, especially headline sponsor Turkishceramics. See you all again next year!'

Johnny Tucker, Editor

Here are the winners of the Third Blueprint Awards for architecture and design:

Zaha Hadid

Blueprint Award for Architecture 2016

Winner: Zaha Hadid

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Fixperts

Blueprint Award for Design 2016

Winner: Fixperts

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Alice Rawsthorn

Blueprint Award for Critical Thinking 2016

Winner: Alice Rawsthorn

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Messner Mountain Museum, Mount Kronplatz, Italy

Best Public Use Project with Privately Funded

Winner: Zaha Hadid Architects, UK
Messner Mountain Museum, Mount Kronplatz, Italy

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German School Madrid, Madrid, Spain

Best Public Use Project Public Funding

Winner: Grüntuch Ernst Architects, Germany
German School Madrid, Madrid, Spain

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Dominion Office Building, Moscow, Russia

Best Non-Public Project - Commercial

Winner: Zaha Hadid Architects, UK
Dominion Office Building, Moscow, Russia

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Jungle House

Best Non-Public Use Project - Residential

Winner: Marcio Kogan, Brazil
Jungle House, São Paulo, Brazil

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He, She & It, Buffalo

Best Small Project

Winner: Davidson Rafailidis, USA
He, She & It, Buffalo, USA

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Gawker Media Headquarters

Best Interior Project - Work

Winner: Kirsten Murray, Olson Kundig, USA
Gawker Media Headquarters, New York, USA

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>The New York EDITION

Best Interior Project - Leisure

Winner: Ian Schrager and Ian Schrager Company Design Team, with Rockwell Group and I.S.C. Design
Studio, USA
The New York EDITION, New York, USA

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SUEZ Energy-from- Waste Facility, Suffolk, UK

Best Sustainable Project

Winner: Grimshaw, UK
SUEZ Energy-from- Waste Facility, Suffolk, UK

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two.parts ceramic lighting series

Best Product

Winner: Christo Logan, USA
two.parts ceramic lighting series

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Apertures, Los Angeles Municipal Gallery, Los Angeles, USA

Best Design Innovation Project

Winner: Baumgartner +Uriu, USA
Apertures, Los Angeles Municipal Gallery, Los
Angeles, USA

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Paola Antonelli

Judges

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