Architecture BRIO and RENESA become the finalists from India for ArchDaily’s Building of the Year

Architecture BRIO's BillionBricks Home and Renesa's Brick Brand Showroom voted as finalists for Archdaily's Building of the Year Award.

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ArchDaily’s (BOTY) Building of the Year Awards enters the 13th cycle, where voters from across the world decide the best buildings in about 15 different typologies. As of now, the five best projects per category have moved into the finalists stage, starting February 9th and ending on February 17th at 12:01AM EST. This year two projects from India  – BillionBricks Home, by Architecture BRIO and the Brick Bond Showroom by RENESA Architecture and Interior Design Studio have been voted as  finalists in Houses and Interior Architecture category respectively, from about 4500 projects from around the world.

 

CLICK HERE TO VOTE FOR BILLIONBRICKS HOME

 

Architecture BRIO and RENESA become the finalists from India for ArchDaily's Building of the Year 1

 

BillionBricks Home is a radical approach to sustainable housing and the world’s first carbon negative, self financing home for the homeless. READ MORE


 

CLICK HERE TO VOTE FOR The Brick Bond Showroom

Brick Brand Showroom by RENESA


 

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