Progressive Architecture Awards


Previous P/A Awards

61st Annual P/A Awards

60th Annual P/A Awards

59th Annaul P/A Awards

58th Annaul P/A Awards

57th Annual P/A Awards

56th Annual P/A Awards

55th Annual P/A Awards

  • 55th Annual P/A Awards

    Introducing eight projects that are breaking new ground around the globe. A jury of architects and experts weighs in on what defines "progressive architecture" today.

  • Anmahian Winton Architects

    The Community Rowing Boathouse offers access to the waters of the Charles River in more ways than one: It serves as the first riverside home for a largely volunteer-run nonprofit (which has been operating seasonally out of a nearby hockey rink for the pas

  • Brian Healy Architects

    The result of an open architectural competition celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Korean Church of Boston, the Children's Chapel and Community Center not only provides space for the next generation of parishioners but also acts as an entry point for


54th Annual P/A Awards

  • 54th Annual P/A Awards

    Every year, five respected members of the design community sit down in a room for two days to determine the current meaning of the words “progressive architecture” and select projects that fit their definition.

  • Aziza Chaouni

    hybrid urban sutures: filling in the gaps in the medina of fez

  • Marc Boutin Architect

    P/A award for the Calgary Centre for Global Community


Past P/A


Past Progressives: Tale of the Swan and Dolphin

For Disney World, Michael Graves designed a pair of hotels with playful cartoon imagery.

Past Progressives



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