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Jury members decided on contenders for our 36 award categories from 475 longlisted projects. Now, we ask you to make your voice heard.
After a thorough three-week deliberation period, we are happy to announce the innovative spaces which comprise our Frame Awards 2020 longlist.
Why is the live-judging process such an integral part of the Frame Awards? Here are six reasons why you should definitely be there.
From brand exposure to expanding your network and growing your business, here are five reasons to showcase your projects at the Frame Awards 2020.
London – We launched our Frame Awards 2020 calendar with a panel discussion on a rather pressing matter: Are design awards actually necessary?
Amsterdam – After the live-judging sessions, jury members retreated to private voting sessions to pick the winners of the Frame Awards. What was said behind closed doors?
Amsterdam – Yesterday we honoured the quality of more than 60 outstanding projects in four main categories. Here is the list of winners of the 2019 Frame Awards.
Vienna – Austrian manufacturer Wienerberger, founded in 1819, has put out a call for submissions for innovative brick architectural projects.
Amsterdam – Out of nearly 1050 submissions, we’ve picked the first round of projects moving to the next phase in our spatial, executional and societal awards.
Cologne – We picked the best uses of Colour, Light and Material among the stands at this year’s Orgatec fair, as well as an overall winner.
Barcelona – Iberital went above and beyond what was asked of a coffee machine. In return, the industry has showered its Andreu Carulla-designed Vision with several accolades.
Amsterdam – Due to their mix of gender, age, cultural background and industry, the jury for this edition of the Frame Awards is bound to further our vision of interior architecture.
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