We are very proud to inform you that, for the Luxembourg Architecture Award 2019, 173 projects have been submitted! Many thanks to the authors and owners for submitting – well done!
The mass of projects will keep us busy for a while preparing the printing of the panels, preparing the jury session, putting the participating works on this website, setting up the exhibition and organising the audience vote.
So sit back, take a breath and start looking forward to what lies ahead!
DISCOVER THE PARTICIPATING WORKS 2019
From the 15th November to the 7th December 2019, you can discover all the participating works of this edition as well as the maximum 10 finalists in each of the 5 categories, either by visiting the LAA Exhibition at LUCA or by studying the total works displayed on this website.
As a major witness to the recent evolution of the Luxembourg built environment, the LAA distinguishes excellence in the field of architecture and demonstrates the vitality and quality of contemporary creation in the Grand Duchy in the following categories:
1. Residential architecture
2. Non-residential architecture
3. Interior design
4. Landscape architecture & Outdoor/public spaces
5. Civil engineering structures
For each category, the jury will nominate up to 10 finalists and choose one winner.
WE WANT YOU TO VOTE!
After the international and interdisciplinary jury meeting in early November, with the delicate task to analyse the 173 submitted works and choose the finalists and the winners within the 5 categories, it is now your turn to vote for the LAA Audience Award!
The LAA Audience Award is addressed to the finalists, and only one will be the winner. Your task is to choose and vote a work contributing to the improvement of the living environment in Luxembourg. You can vote on this website from the 15th November to the 7th December 2019.
The Audience Award winner will be announced during the LAA Ceremony on the 12th of December 2019…so, stay tuned!
Exhibition and Audience Vote
15.11.2019 – 07.12.2019
LUCA Luxembourg Center for Architecture
1, rue de l'Aciérie