Vote on the Best Columbus Architecture of 2020
For the six year in a row, Columbus Underground is celebrating the contemporary architectural and design talents represented in the myriad of new development proposals that have been announced over the course of the past 12 months. While other local architectural awards honor completed projects after construction has finished, ours instead takes a look at conceptual designs that have been formed only in renderings and on paper, and in some instances may not even be finalized or approved.
This week, we’re asking our design-savvy readers to rank the top 27 architectural projects that have been presented and proposed in the Columbus region in the past year. We’re asking readers to review them based on design aesthetic rather than form or function. No value should be assigned to personal preferences on building height, apartments pricing, or square footage of retail space. Instead, we’re looking for your opinions on how pleasing these designs are to the human eye.
Once you’re ready, CLICK HERE to cast your votes for the best architecture in Columbus of 2020. Voting will remain open through Tuesday, December 1 at 11:59pm. The winner(s) will be announced the following week!
- Best Architecture 2019 Winner: The McGownn by Moody Nolan
- Best Architecture 2018 Winner: Gravity 2.0 by NBBJ, Hollwich Kushner and Acock Associates
- Best Architecture 2017 Winner: Columbus Metropolitan Library Dublin Branch by NBBJ
- Best Architecture 2016 Winner: Two25 Commons by NBBJ
- Best Architecture 2015 Winner: Ohio Veterans Museum by Allied Works Architecture