The world’s most visited architecture website, ArchDaily, has released its nominees for the site’s 2022 Building of the Year Awards. Valentino Architects’ residential project, Threeplusone, has been listed in the Housing category, joining the likes of globally renowned architecture studios including WilkinsonEyre, MVRDV, David Chipperfield Architects, and Mecanoo, amongst others.
The awards are run as a peer-based architectural recognition programme. Listed nominees are voted by ArchDaily readers who filter thousands of buildings down to a selection of 15 winners every year. The aim of the awards is to allow the site’s readers – cited as the “largest community of architects on the internet”, to hand-pick the most outstanding architectural projects of the year.
Audiences can therefore vote for Threeplusone over the next two weeks as it stands in the running to join this prestigious selection. Designed for comfortable, contemporary living, Threeplusone was conceived as an exemplar for context-driven, considerate, medium-scale residential development within sensitive sites. It has been previously recognised at the German Design Council’s Iconic Awards, the EU Mies Award, and the Premju Galizia Awards.
Vote for Threeplusone to be a winner in the ArchDaily Building of the Year Awards, Housing category, here.