Hungary’s Lookout Tower at Galyateto by NARTARCHITECTS wins in Architecture +Renovation category at world’s largest awards program for architecture and products

Wednesday, April 13, 2016

The Best of the Best: Announcing the Winners of the 2016 A+Awards!

Architizer Editors

Public Winner, Architecture +Renovation: Lookout Tower at Galyateto by NARTARCHITECTS, Galyateto, Hungary

The wait is finally over. The public has spoken. Over 300 experts from fields spanning the arts and business worlds have weighed in. The winners of the 2016 A+Awards, the world’s largest awards program for architecture and products, have officially been decided!


This year’s entries have surpassed every expectation, treating us to an exhibition of innovation, spatial ingenuity and sheer architectural beauty. The quality of the entrants also captured the imagination of you, the voters, with some truly staggering statistics marking this year’s showcase for democracy in design:

400,000 public voters from more than 100 countries and territories
Entries from 95+ countries
Over 200 total winners

The result? A spectacular celebration of incredible architecture and brilliant products, all given the recognition they deserve on a global stage. Thanks to Phaidon, winners in the Typology and Plus categories will all feature once again in a stunning hardbound book packed with full-color images and insightful commentary by the creators of each project. Further to this, the A+Gala — architecture’s most exciting red-carpet, black-tie event — will be held on May 12th, where every winner will be honored in the company of some extra special guests … Watch this space for more details!

In the meantime, feast your eyes on this selection from both the jury and public vote winners. This is what great architecture looks like today:

View the rest of the winning designs HERE!

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