2019 was an excellent year for ArchDaily. As we’ve continued to grow, we’ve delivered more information and tools to more people all around the world, leveling access to architectural knowledge and encouraging an exchange of ideas from professionals of diverse backgrounds, opening architectural up to everyone rather than just the privileged few.
Now for the 11th consecutive year, we are tasking our readers with the responsibility of recognizing and rewarding the projects that are making an impact in the profession with ArchDaily’s 2020 Building of the Year Awards. By voting, you are part of an unbiased, distributed network of jurors and peers that has elevated the most relevant projects over the past six years. Over the next weeks, your collective intelligence will filter over 4,000 projects down to just 15 stand-outs – the best in each category on ArchDaily.
During the next weeks, you’ll be in charge of nominating buildings (in fifteen categories) for the shortlist, and then voting for the winners of each category. We will guide you through these stages accordingly.
During the nominating stage, each registered user of the My ArchDaily platform will have the chance to nominate one project (published for first time between Jan 1st 2019 and Dec 31st 2019) per category. This stage starts on January 29th and ends on February 10th at 12:01AM EST. After this, five projects per category will move into the voting stage, starting February 10th and ending on February 17th at 12:01AM EST. The winners will be announced on February 17th, 2020.
Please find below the projects up for nomination that feature Falcon Lifts’ products:
The Royal Library / SHL https://www.archdaily.com/913400/the-royal-library-shl
The Royal Danish Opera / Henning Larsen https://www.archdaily.com/915153/the-royal-danish-opera-henning-larsen