Commercial architecture across the globe has been serving clients with the best possible work environment by implementation of their visions in contextual designs. These designs have seamlessly gained popularity among major architectural award organizations. Here are a few of the best commercial award winning projects of 2019 across the globe.

The Architecture Masterprize Award 2019: The AMP celebrates the very best in design excellence and innovation from the worlds of Architectural, Interior, and Landscape design. The awards program is dedicated to showcasing and promoting exceptional talent, and promoting exceptional talent, the value of art and science of architecture in enriching our lives.


Location: Hangzhou, China
Architect: He Jun, GOA
Award: The Architecture Masterprize Award 2019

A multilayer community-based venue that intend to create an organic connection between a city, a community and people. Communicating with the city interface, the design is considered to make the architecture efficient and reasonable by: 1. A suitable site; 2. A landmark city interface; 3. Overall project architecture style to efficiently connect neo Chinese style; 4. To create multi-layer public space.


Location: Shanghai city, China
Architect: Face & Associates Inc. Interior Design
Award: The Architecture Masterprize Award 2019

A high-quality residential property sales center, reconciles the relationships between people, architecture and environment. The geometric building exterior manifests a chic and comfortable impression. The polygonal façade artistically resembles a gigantic rock emerging from the ground, integrating into the surrounding environment with modest gray coloring.


Location: Shanghai, China
Architect: SHUISHI
Award: The Architecture Masterprize Award 2019

The architectural design has combined modern science and technology with traditional culture, taking “Spiral Scroll” + “Layered Gardens” as the core concept. The rising spiral architectural form, together with the LED transparent screen, form a hazy paper canvas, displaying a long roll of landscape pictures of national charm; overhangs at different levels and directions have also formed a multi-dimensional layered garden, creating echoes of the scenery in all directions. The combination of the two is meant to create an exhibition gallery with rich cultural meaning.

International Architecture Awards 2019, established in 2004 aims to honor the best , significant new building, landscape architecture, and planning projects designed by leading architects, landscape architects, urban designers nationally or internationally. It gives an overview of the current aesthetic direction of the today’s works, Dedicated to the recognition of excellence in architecture and urbanism from a global point of view.


Location: Dongguan, China
Architect: 0-office architects
Award: International Architecture Awards 2019

Adding to china’s modernization, collectivism here becomes a vivid and spontaneous gathering, initiated from simple social and architectural concept. The design task was to build a congregated dormitory to offer mainly weekday living studio to 155 staff, from security guards to technical specialists working in the research centre. Application of eco-building technology and prefab reinforced concrete system to this building is one of Vamke’s basics.

The WAN Awards trusted and robust judging process and truly international platform elevates this advantage further and not only raises the chances of being selected for a project but also ensures that your firm gets the all-important global recognition for its work.


Location: San Francisco
Architect: Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects
Award: WAN Awards 2019
Category: over 50,000 SQM

Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects’ Salesforce Tower has won the top prize at the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat’s annual awards for high-rise structures, beating competition from BIG and David Chipperfield.  Standing 326 meters tall, the tower has the simple, timeless form of the obelisk, giving the 61-story tower a slender, tapering silhouette.  The glass walls rise past the top floor to form a transparent crown that appears to dissolve into the sky. Certified LEED Platinum, each floor of the tower has integrated metal sunshades, calibrated to maximize light and views while reducing solar gain. High performance, low-emissivity glass also helps to reduce the building’s cooling load.


Location: Scottsdale, Arizona
Architect: Ennead Architects
Award: World Architecture News-WAN Awards 2019
Category: under 50,000 SQM

Located in a bustling shopping square in Scottsdale, Arizona, this transparent, human-scaled massing of retail space provides a welcoming contrast to the surrounding two-story volumes. The form of the building reduces the existing overall scale along North Scottsdale Road while also introducing a unique threshold experience into the mall. The main design features of the store include a split-level store layout, a terraced public plaza, and a heroic cantilevered shade trellis. Unifying the building massing and providing for a unique architectural feature, the perforated horizontal trellis extends from the store’s interior to cover the exterior walk and southern public plaza. Furthermore, material consistency spanning between the interior and exterior of the design emphasizes the blurring of the boundary between the interior retail experience and exterior public outdoor spaces transcending the function of the space beyond its primary use.

Architizer A+ Awards is one of 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.


Location: Longueuil, Québec
Architect: Lemay
Award: Architizer A+ Awards
Category: Factories & Warehouses

This built-to-suit endeavor has become a spectacular showcase for architectural branding by Lemay, which delivered fully integrated transdisciplinary services in architecture, interior design, graphic design and urban planning. By developing a unique, customized built environment, and driving customer ideas beyond initial expectations, Lemay infused the entire project with the client’s values as well as its history and culture.

Located along the St-Lawrence River, between two major transportation arteries, and parks, the new Lumenpulse headquarters plays an important role as an integrative interface for widely varying contexts. Its design and alignment maximize visibility from the river, highway and Montreal – a beautiful new landmark making a positive contribution to its unique environment.


Location: Levis, Canada
Architect: Lemay
Award: Architizer A+ Awards
Category: Commercial-Office – Low Rise (1-4 Floors)

Spectacular in form and design, Pomerleau’s office is a unique, high-quality working environment that showcases the client’s expertise as a builder and exudes its corporate culture. This new and unconventional office building unfolds into three distinct wings, in order to frame green, wooded views; to establish a central core promoting cohesiveness among building users; and to enclose an interior courtyard.

To recall the client’s role as a construction industry leader, raw materials were key to the design: natural pine wood siding polished concrete, raw steel plates and more. Its diverse spaces invite ownership and exude the client’s corporate culture.


Location: Shinsaibashi, Osaka, Japan
Architect: GARDE CO., LTD.
Award: Architizer A+ Awards
Category: Retail

THE DRAPE, a contemporary wedding store that balances ‘sophistication’ and ‘elegance’. Located in shinsaibashi, the building has glass walls spanning all three floors with wall-to-wall curtain inside the glass wall. Representing the ideal image of a bride- purity, delicacy and elegance.

It is designed to balance the traditional and the modern, adding new values by fusing traditional crafts into furniture.


Location: Brno
Award: Architizer A+ Awards
Category: Showrooms

The new furniture showroom is located on the outskirts of a housing estate in Brno. The current building does not suit its proposed function from a formal point of view. The concept has two sides, the first of which involves work with the interior and a focus on the presentation of a wide range of products, which the company either produces or distributes. The large indoor space is segmented by a system of spaces which are defined by sling curtains. The second side of the concept solves the design of facilities for staff consisting of offices, warehouse and technical and sanitary facilities. The new outdoor shell is formed by a structure of chairs of the company´s production.


Rethinking The Future (RTF) is a Global Platform for Architecture and Design. RTF through more than 100 countries around the world provides an interactive platform of highest standard acknowledging the projects among creative and influential industry professionals.