Architizer Announces Annual A+Awards

RDG Planning & Design has been recognized with two A+Awards, a program that honors the best architecture and spaces from across the globe.

Architizer, a leading online platform for architecture, announced the winners of the 10th Annual Architizer A+Awards. A jury-selected Winner and a Popular Choice Winner were awarded in each of the 117 categories, with more than 400,000 votes cast by the voting public. RDG Planning & Design was recognized with two 2022 awards.

Founded on the premise of democratizing architecture, the A+Awards is the industry’s largest and most international awards program and honors the best architecture and spaces from across the globe. The two RDG projects recognized include Hotel Maytag (Special Mention, Apartment category) and the RDG Omaha Office Central Stairs (Popular Choice Winner, Architecture +Stairs category).

The Hotel Maytag in Newton, Iowa by RDG. Photo by IRIS22 Productions.

“The winners of this year’s A+Awards not only form a wonderful exhibition of design innovation but also powerfully demonstrate architects’ enduring value to society,” said Architizer Editor-in-Chief, Paul Keskeys. “During these unprecedented times, firms across the globe are responding to big challenges with big ideas, continually striving to reimagine sustainable design, health-conscious architecture and socially responsible construction.”

RDG Omaha Office Central Stairs by RDG. Photo by Lea Schuster.

In its 10th season, the A+Awards received more than 5,000 entries from more than 100 countries. After an unprecedented number of submissions were reviewed by the jury and the global public, the latest collection of winners forms a vibrant celebration of outstanding design from throughout the past decade.

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For all media inquiries please contact Erin Van Zee, RDG Communications Director at evanzee@rdgusa.com or call (402) 449-0898.

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