Co-organised Awards

Sustainable Architecture and Urban Design Award



The ADUS Award has been organised by Saint-Gobain since 2013 in association with various professional associations of Architects such as the Central Society of Architects (SCA) in the 2013 and 2015 editions, the Argentine Federation of Architects' Associations (FADEA) in 2017 and 2019 and in this fifth edition for the first time simultaneously in Argentina, Chile, Peru and Uruguay, together with the Pan-American Federation of Architects' Associations (FPAA).


The aim of the award is to highlight architectural projects that lead to a more sustainable world. Under the premise that architecture is the creator of sustainable trends and improvements in the quality of life of our cities and habitat in general, this award highlights the work of students, professionals and organisations committed to sustainability in architecture and urban design.


The call is divided into two categories with their respective competitions for Professionals, Organisations and/or Institutions and Students.


-Architecture: works and projects of all types and surfaces, domestic or large-scale and complex - such as individual housing, collective housing, health buildings, education buildings, leisure buildings, sports buildings, commercial buildings, among others.


-Urban Design: works and projects with a minimum intervention surface - ground level - of 5000 m2 or smaller scale interventions that include adjacent urban spaces of a public nature.


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