Jingdezhen Imperial Kiln Museum won 2021 Architizer A+Awards
On July 7, the 9th Architizer A+Awards in 2021 announced the final winners. Jingdezhen Imperial Kiln Museum, designed by Studio Zhu-Pei, has been selected as the 2021 Architizer A+Awards Jury Winner in the "Culture-Museum" category.
Architizer is one of the largest architecture websites in the world. As one of the largest awards in the world, the Architizer A+ Award is dedicated to promoting and honoring the best in architectural and product design each year. Its mission is to promote the appreciation of the most significant architecture around the world and to advocate for the potential positive impact of architecture on daily life. It is known as the "Oscars of architecture".
This year, more than 5,000 design projects from more than 100 countries were selected in 94 categories for the A+ Awards, each of which resulted in a jury winner and a popular choice winner. Finalists and Winners are chosen by illustrious jury including such industry leaders as Nader Tehrani (Dean of The Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture at The Cooper Union), Tom Kundig (Famous American architect), Alison Brooks (one of Britain's mostly highly acclaimed architects), Lesley Lokko (Famous architect and author), Aric Chen (Curatorial director of the Design Miami) and other luminaries in architecture, art and other fields.
The World's Best Architecture is an annual compendium of the world's most inspiring architecture, published in partnership with Monacelli. Featuring select A+Awards Typology and Plus winners, the book is the definitive guide to the year's best buildings and spaces. The 2021 Winners Edition will be published in fall 2021, and will be available for pre-order this summer at Monacellipress.com.