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Publishing House Salon Press presents an international award in the context of town-planning and houses architecture.

The competitors entries can be submitted to the following Competition nominations:

  • residential building (completed projects of private houses)
  • commercial building (completed projects, which are commissioned by private investors)
  • public building (realized projects, which are commissioned by government)
  • renovation (reconstructed objects)
  • ambient designing (small architectural objects)
  • conceptual architecture (unrealized large-scaled architectural projects, territorial development, made in 3 D-MAX)

The most brilliant project will receive the Grand Prix.

What is the need in Architectural Award?

Architectural community represented by the Professional Jury selects the best projects and architects of the year to show the development level of Russian modern private architecture and actual trends in this sphere. Architectural Award sets high standards of quality, raises professional prestige of architecture and stimulates new projects creation.

Why should an architect participate in Architectural Award?

  1. Architectural Award is a unique chance to introduce your projects to the colleagues and general public.
  2. Architectural Award is an impartial assessment of the professional community and a highroad to the world elite group of architects.
  3. The Architectural Award nominees projects are published in the Award Catalogue, which has become the original chronicle of the best architectural samples.
  4. The nominees projects are set out in the Award exhibition and in subsequent exhibitions.
  5. The nominees projects are published in the leading Russian architecture magazines.
  6. The prizewinners and contest nominees take part in the Architectural Award PR programme.

Why do partners support Architectural Award?

Architectural Award reflects the latest actual processes in contemporary society through the prism of architecture that always attracts public interest.


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Salon-Press, 2000-2011
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