The Book Stop Project

2019 Design Anthology Winner – Cultural, Arts & Educational Spaces Category

“The Design Anthology Awards 2019 aim to recognise exceptional work in the fields of architecture, interior and product design, and to recognise individuals and organisations that are actively working to change the public’s perceptions of what Asian design means today. This award recognises excellence in the architecture and realisation of spaces such as art galleries and exhibition venues, museums, educational facilities, concert halls, theatres, libraries.” Read more about it.

2018 German Design Award, Excellent Communications Design Architecture

“The German Design Award directly contributes to the overall commercial success. Prizes will only be awarded to projects that truly represent pioneering contributions to the German and international design landscape. The highly esteemed, international jury guarantees this. The German Design Award identifies and presents unique design trends: a competition that advances the design-oriented scene.” Read more about it.

2018 Haligi ng Dangal – People’s Choice Award Nominee

“The Haligi ng Dangal is a biennial award by the The National Commission for Culture and the Arts, through the National Committee on Architecture and the Allied Arts. The award honors works in Architecture and its Allied Professions, namely: Landscape Architecture, Interior Design, and Environmental Planning.

A special, seperate citation for the People’s Choice allowed for public participation in the nomination and decision process by way of online voting, with nominees garnering the highest number of votes being recognized as popular everyday built spaces which resonate with the Filipino.” Read more about it.

2017 Architizer A+ Awards Winner

“The Architizer A+Awards is the largest awards program focused on promoting and celebrating the year’s best architecture and products. Its mission is to nurture the appreciation of meaningful architecture in the world and champion those products that are integral to bringing great buildings to life. Imagine your work in front of a global audience of 400+ million.” Read more about it.

2016 WAN Awards Finalist

“The WAN AWARDS are the largest international architecture awards programme in the world, with entries coming in from over 76 countries, a reach of over 150,000 subscribers and an ever increasing social media presence – we are committed to exploring the new architecture from around the globe, award by award.” Read more about it. 

2016 World Architecture Festival Finalist

“The WAF Awards are recognize by architects and clients alike. WAF is where your work gains international exposure and where you can make global connections. Only at WAF are you judged by your peers, your heroes and the industry’s power players, all live at the Festival in Amsterdam.” Read more about it.

2016 American Architecture Prize, Honorable Mention

“The American Architecture Awards give an important overview of the current aesthetic direction of today’s commercial, corporate, institutional, and residential work in the United States to the real estate, banking, business, and corporate community, as well as to the press and general public. The program is one of the Museum’s most important public education outreach initiatives produced throughout the year―to both the Museum’s U.S. and international audience. The American Architecture Awards are dedicated to the recognition of excellence in architecture and urbanism in the United States.” Read more about it.

WTA Architecture + Design Studio

2018 and 2015 BCI Top 10 Architecture Firms in the Philippines

“The BCI Asia Top 10 Awards provides an overview of the regional building and construction industry by recognizing the top architectural firms and developers that had the greatest impact on the built environment in Southeast Asia.” Read more about it.

El Museo del Prado en Filipinas

2018 Architizer’s A+ Popular Choice Award Winner

“The A+Awards are bigger than just the architectural community. Entries are judged by more than 400 luminaries from fields as diverse as fashion, publishing, product design, real estate development, and tech. Architects shape every space and every place where people spend their lives, so A+Awards was created to remind the world how important architecture is.” Read more about it.

2017 World Architecture Festival Finalist

“The WAF Awards are recognized by architects and clients alike. WAF is where your work gains international exposure and where you can make global connections. Only at WAF are you judged by your peers, your heroes and the industry’s power players, all live at the Festival in Amsterdam.” Read more about it.

The Chapel of St. Benedict and St. Scholastica

2017 World Architecture Festival Finalist

The WAF Awards are recognised by architects and clients alike. WAF is where your work gains international exposure and where you can make global connections. Only at WAF are you judged by your peers, your heroes and the industry’s power players, all live at the Festival in Amsterdam. Read more about it.

One Mall Valenzuela

2017 World Architecture Festival Finalist

The WAF Awards are recognized by architects and clients alike. WAF is where your work gains international exposure and where you can make global connections. Only at WAF are you judged by your peers, your heroes and the industry’s power players, all live at the Festival in Amsterdam. Read more about it.

 

Courtyard City

2016 Xuanxi North Competition Beijing, Shortlist

Yanguang Real Estate launched an international ideas competition to conserve and regenerate the historic neighbourhood of Xuanxi North in central Beijing (Deadline: 15 June)

Organised by AKIACT, the contest seeks ‘original and forward-looking’ proposals to revitalise streets and courtyards within the 13ha  district of Xuannan, famous for its literary and cultural connections.

William Ti Jr.

SIA-Getz Architecture Prize Award, Nominee

“Launched in 2005 by the Singapore Institute of Architects (SIA) and Getz Bros. & Co. (Singapore), the Prize has drawn entries from more than 10 countries within Asia, including Japan, India, Malaysia, China, Indonesia, the Philippines, Pakistan, Thailand, Taiwan, Vietnam and Singapore.

The SIA-Getz Architecture Prize Award’s purpose is to honour an architect who has contributed significantly to the progress of architecture in Asia. And to accord recognition and promote emergent architects. The award is given to Asian architects and architecture that are: responsive to new developments in current affairs, economy, culture and society; original in vision; and contributing significantly to the advancement of architecture in Asia.” Read more about it.

The Urban Block

2015 World Architecture Festival Finalist

“The WAF Awards are recognised by architects and clients alike. WAF is where your work gains international exposure and where you can make global connections. Only at WAF are you judged by your peers, your heroes and the industry’s power players, all live at the Festival in Amsterdam.” Read more about it.

Sousveillance

2013 Archstoyanie Competition Moscow, Winner

The festival is annually visited by more than 9000 guests. Participants of the festival are national and international artists and architects. They use materials typical for the region and construct object in harmony with the given landscape. Festival’s aspects are architectural objects, installations, performances and exhibitions. The festival offers a modern view to the development of remote areas and territories. The idea of the festival is an interaction with the landscape by means of creative practices and contemporary art. ArсhStoyanie attracts attention of the target audience (architects, artists, designers, businessmen, politicians, art students, community leaders and local residents) to natural and cultural heritage of the region, to environment and uniqueness of local communities.

Vauxhall Kinection

2013 Vauxhall Missing Link Competition, Shorlist

“This competition sought design ideas to improve and enhance the public realm, providing the ‘Missing Link’ between the New US Embassy Quarter and the cultural offering of London’s South Bank.” Read more about the competition.