Robert Gutowski Architects won the prestigious design magazine’s public vote for architecture studio of the year.
For the fifth year running, Dezeen, one of the world’s most important design forums, is honoring the best and most important actors in the industry. Although the winners will not be revealed until November, the shortlist for the audience award has already been revealed and includes a Hungarian architectural firm Robert Gutowski Architects.
The studio was founded by Robert Gutowski in 2004 and is known for its work on large-scale cultural, heritage and educational projects. They are responsible for projects such as the sports hall and concert hall in Pannonhalma; the Church of Pope John Paul II in Páty; the viewpoint at Lake Naplás and the reconstruction of the Buda Castle. The church in Páty has already received an award from Dezeen.
The firm has also successfully competed in several tenders abroad, having worked on cultural buildings in Helsinki, Vilnius, Milan, Landshut and Shenzhen, among others.