Brick Award

Meeting of the Jury members to select the winners out of 50 nominated projects 2022. Jury members: Brigitte Shim. Shim Sutcliffe Architects (CA). Tina Gregoric. Dekleva Gregoric Architects (SI). Ingrid van der Heijden. CIVIC Architects (NL). Jesper Gottlieb. Gottlieb Paludan Architects (DK). Wilfried Kuehn. Kuehn Malvezzi Architects (DE)
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The Jury

Brick Award 22

Read about our international jury of architects who selected the category winners of Brick Award 22.

K-Kampus. Brick Award 22 Category "Working together". JKMM Architects. Outside view
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Nominees 22

Find more information about the 50 nominated projects here. The nominations of Brick Award 22 are online NOW.

Brick Book 22 Cover_Couple
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Brick Book

The Brick 22 book has been released.

Every two years the nominations and the prize-winning buildings of the most recent Brick Award are presented in the accompanying book called BRICK. The elaborately designed architecture book is produced together with Park Books, a European publishing company for architecture and related fields.


Brick Award 22
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The Brick Award 22 took place on June 9, 2022

The Brick Award 22 event took place on June 9, 2022 online. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for more information about the next Brick Award.


Elephant World. Brick Award 22 Category "Building outside the box". Bangkok Project Studio. Staircase view
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Award categories

Categories for nomination

  • Feeling at home: single-family houses, semi-detached houses and small housing projects of high architectural quality that provide comfortable, healthy & sustainable living spaces

  • Living together:  multi-family houses: innovative residential solutions taking into account the trends & challenges of urbanisation such as scarcity of space, social challenges and new living concepts

  • Working together: comfortable, aesthetic and functional commercial buildings, offices and industrial buildings

  • Sharing public spaces: comfortable, aesthetic and functional public buildings for education, culture & healthcare, public places and infrastructure projects

  • Building outside the box: innovative concepts and ways of using brick, use of new construction technologies, special brickworks, custom-made bricks & new ornamentation

    The award categories can be subject to slight changes depending on the year and the development of trends and current topics.

Jingdezhen Imperial Kiln Museum. Brick Award 22 Category "Sharing public spaces". Studio Zhu Pei. Outside view
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View the winners of the Brick Award 22