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Windy Pavilion Hall Wins Silver at the A' Architecture, Building and Structure Design Award 2023

ITALY -- /DESIGN/newswire -- May 14, 2023

Windy Pavilion Hall by Zhubo Design has been honored with the Silver A' Design Award for 2023, signifying outstanding design achievement in Architecture, Building and Structure Design.

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Zhubo Design wins Silver at the prestigious A' Architecture, Building and Structure Design Award with Windy Pavilion Hall.

Zhubo Design's groundbreaking Architecture sets new standards for innovation and excellence, earning prestigious Silver A' Design Award recognition in the A' Architecture, Building and Structure Design Competition.

In a significant acknowledgment of design excellence and innovation, it has been officially announced that “Windy Pavilion Hall” by Zhubo Design has been distinguished with the silver award status at the prestigious A' Design Awards for the year 2023, in the highly competitive architecture, building and structure design category.

This distinction honors the remarkable design quality and innovative approach embodied in the creation. The Silver A' Design Award not only underscores the exceptional design and conceptual prowess of the Windy Pavilion Hall but also emphasizes the influential role of Zhubo Design Co., Ltd. in elevating standards within the architecture domain.

The visionary behind “Windy Pavilion Hall” Zhubo Design, has been acknowledged for their dedication to pushing the boundaries of design. A deeper look into their portfolio and philosophy can be found at their designer.org profile, showcasing a commitment to excellence and innovation.

To explore “Windy Pavilion Hall” and its groundbreaking design features further, interested parties are invited to visit the design|newsroom where high resolution images, multimedia content, interviews and translations are available for the award-winning architecture.

About Windy Pavilion Hall

The project is located in an area with rich landscape resources. The design is based on the site and makes full use of the site resources to create a container for viewing. The Mountain and Sea Wind Pavilion integrates natural elements such as "Mountain and Sea Wind" into the architectural design, and the building itself is also a human landscape with beautiful curves. Architects provide an open space where leisure or business activities can occur naturally; different from the hard and cold image of concrete materials. They explored the softness of concrete materials in this project.

About A' Design Awards

The A' Design Award & Competition, celebrated worldwide for honoring superior design, distinguishes itself through a rigorous evaluation process conducted by a panel of industry experts, journalists, and academics. The A' Design Award celebrates the diversity and innovation of designs across various categories. A' Architecture, Building and Structure Design Award honors outstanding design of skyscrapers, museums, residential buildings, commercial complexes, educational institutions, religious structures, infrastructure designs, landscaping projects and more.

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Last Updated: 2023-05-14 16:20:45
Zhubo Design wins Silver at the prestigious A' Architecture, Building and Structure Design Award with Windy Pavilion Hall.
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