The only product awards program created by architects, for architects.

Buildings rely on both cutting-edge materials and products that have passed the test of time-the A+Product Awards was created to celebrate both. With a jury of specifying architects and categories spanning essential materials and new-to-market innovations, the A+Product Awards are the definitive list of the world's best architectural products.

2019 A+Product Award Winners

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The A+Awards Book

Featuring both Jury and Popular Choice Winners, the World's Best Building-Products is an e-book highlighting the year's most essential and innovative architectural materials. With architect testimonials and direct connections to manufacturers, it's the go-to resource for specifying architects at Architizer's 17,000+ member firms.

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Global Exposure

Good design produces something that the world didn't know it was missing.

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With the largest online architecture community on the planet, the A+Product Awards deliver unprecedented exposure for Winners. Your brand will be recognized as an industry leader by Architizer's 7+ million online audience, numerous international media outlets, and over 400,000 public voters.

Featured Jury

  • Carol Ross Barney

    Carol Ross Barney is a Chicago architect and principal designer at Ross Barney Architects, which she founded in 1981. With a career spanning over 40 years, she has made significant contributions to the profession, particularly in the design of the public realm. She became the first woman to design a federal building when commissioned as architect for the Oklahoma City Federal Building, which replaced the bombed Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building. Ross Barney's other projects include the JRC Synagogue (LEEDPlatinum), James I Swenson Civil Engineering Building (LEED Gold), Chicago Riverwalk, and the CTA Morgan Street Station. In 2017, she received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Chicago chapter of the AIA.

  • Rick Fedrizzi

    Rick Fedrizzi is Co-Founder and former CEO of the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), an organization promoting high-performing buildings and communities. During his tenure, LEED became the world’s most widely used green building rating system. In 2016, Fedrizzi was appointed CEO of the International WELL Building Institute, a public benefit corporation advancing buildings whose designs emphasize human health and wellness. Fedrizzi also serves on the Board of Directors of the New York Indoor Environmental Quality (NYIEQ) Center and the Center for Health and the Global Environment at the Harvard School of Public Health. His honors include the Charles H. Percy Award for Public Service from the Alliance to Save Energy and the Olmsted Award from the American Society of Landscape Architects

  • Primo Orpilla

    Primo Orpilla is an interior designer and the co-founder, along with Verda Alexander, of the award winning Studio O+A, a San Francisco design firm responsible for the ground breaking offices at Facebook, Microsoft, AOL, Yelp, Samsung, TATA, Levi Strauss, and many other companies. A leader in the field of workplace environments with an emphasis on “democratic design,” O+A’s expansive, open-plan offices have become a signature look for some of the country’s most forward-thinking tech innovators. The studio’s designs have received numerous honors including from the International Interior Design Association, Frame Magazine, FX Design Awards, and more. Orpilla was named Designer of the Year by Contract Magazine and is a frequent speaker at international forums on interior design including NeoCon.

  • Cheryl Durst

    As Vice President and CEO of the International Interior Design Association, Cheryl Durst is an innovator and visionary driver of progress in the Interior Design industry. Since joining the IIDA in 1997, Durst has helped grow the organization to 15,000 members across 58 countries, curates and publishes Perspective, the association’s thought-leadership journal, and directs all IIDA programs, including more than a dozen global design competitions, which recognize worldwide excellence in interior design. She was inducted into Interior Design magazine’s Hall of Fame in 2016.

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Carol Ross Barney is a Chicago architect and principal designer at Ross Barney Architects, which she founded in 1981. With a career spanning over 40 years, she has made significant contributions to the profession, particularly in the design of the public realm. She became the first woman to design a federal building when commissioned as architect for the Oklahoma City Federal Building, which replaced the bombed Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building. Ross Barney's other projects include the JRC Synagogue (LEEDPlatinum), James I Swenson Civil Engineering Building (LEED Gold), Chicago Riverwalk, and the CTA Morgan Street Station. In 2017, she received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Chicago chapter of the AIA.

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The A+Trophy

Our winners deserve a truly remarkable showpiece. That's why we work closely with some of the world's best awards designers to create a bespoke trophy that reflects our winners' outstanding design ethos and achievements.

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