For the 68th Annual Progressive Architecture Awards, jurors Koray Duman, Jeanne Gang, and Daimian Hines were drawn to entries that embrace what recent times have made clear are central to a thriving society: community engagement, environmental stewardship, and equitable access to services. From health care and cultural centers to housing, these six winning projects, selected from 125 entries, shed the excess in favor of the essential to tackle these core needs and underscore how architecture in service of the greater good is worth celebrating.

Learn more about each winner by clicking on the project names below.

The Jury

Koray Duman, AIA, principal, Büro Koray Duman, New York
Jeanne Gang, FAIA, founding principal and partner, Studio Gang, Chicago
Daimian Hines, AIA, founder, Hines Architecture + Design, Houston

The 68th Annual P/A Awards jury was moderated by Katie Gerfen, ARCHITECT's former editor-in-chief.

The Winners

Uganda Women’s and Children’s Clinic
Mityana, Uganda
LS3P Associates

Ja Architecture Studio

Mary Potter School Shop Restoration
Oxford, N.C.
Evoke Studio Architecture

Teweles and Brandeis Grain Elevator
Sturgeon Bay, Wis.
La Dallman

New Home for The First 72+
New Orleans

Honorable Mention
Urban Awning
Los Angeles