See the six winners selected by the jury for their efforts to address environmental and societal needs with the resources, materials, and technologies at hand.
Robots are put to strategic use in a complex construction by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, Princeton University's CREATE Laboratory and Form Finding Lab, and other collaborators.
Concrete's porosity, durability, and moldability make the material ideal for a nonstructural use, says University of Oklahoma associate professor of architecture Daniel Butko.
An aesthetic and adaptable microalgae façade system by Kyoung Hee Kim at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and EcoClosure, improves occupant wellness while producing a biofuel source.
The Atlanta-based software developer's eponymous analysis program might be the dynamic, versatile, and visual solution sought by performance-conscientious architects.
Architecture and development firm Onion Flats hopes to revitalize a Philadelphia neighborhood with its prototype for economical, net-zero living.
Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects
Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG), KAI Enterprises
Matt Fajkus Architecture
The Urban Conga
Saukkonen + Partners
Bruner/Cott & Associates
Studio ST Architects