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ARCHITECT Magazine's 64th Progressive Architecture Awards have been announced! This year’s 12 winners represent design that pushes the envelope, novel methods of representation, and an exploration of humble building types that can make peoples’ lives better. To see the jury's selections, head over to our site, or click the link in our bio.
The LB House in Rishon LeZion, Israel is contemporary, single-family home designed in an "L" shape to wrap around the pool by Shachar Rozenfeld architects.
Turnbull Griffin Haesloop designed the Sonoma Residence in California for indoor/outdoor summer living. Featuring a pool and pool house, the outdoor living is extended to the edge of a nearby pond.
Located outside of Mexico City, the MA House designed by local firm Cadaval & Solà-Morales was constructed using stone as the main building material, blending into the surrounding mountains of Tepoztlán.
The Tea House in Li Garden by Atelier Deshaus is built in an "L" shape around a tall paulownia plant in Shanghai.
Dominique Coulon et associés have designed the Media Library in Thionville, France. Dubbed, "the third place," the mixed-use building allows for more than just reading. Visitors welcome to utilize the space for  for broadcasting, reading, and entertainment.
Casa Miranda by FAQ Arquitectura is a white single-family house composed of four prisms. Built in Alcalá de Guadaíra, Spain, the 1,600-square-foot house was also designed to allow for maximum natural light.
Villa Meijendel, was built by Netherlands-based firm VVKH Architecten. With a concrete base and burned wood exterior, the single-family house sits on a dune in the middle of the forest.
California-based Sander Architects completed their William M. Lowman Concert Hall for Idyllwild Arts Academy in late 2016. The new structure is covered in rusted Cor-Ten panels, while the interior features wooden ribs that arch up the walls and across the ceiling.
The Oslo Skatehall was just recently completed by local architecture firm Dark Arkitekter in Norway. The new custom-designed skatepark was inspired by skateboard movement and is now one of the largest in northern Europe.
Creating a link between art and science is the Conference and Exhibition Hall at Germany University of Technology in Oman. Created by Hoehler + alSalmy, the geometric design is divided into two parts: the external standalone mashrabiya and the internal building.
TinkerBox by Studio MM Architects is a contemporary, single-family home in Hudson, NY. The firm used the ancient Japanese siding technique, Shou Sugi Ban, for the exterior cedar cladding.