About Czech Architecture Award

The Czech Architecture Award’s primary aim is to present architecture to the wider public. A competitive showcase of the best in Czech architecture, the CAA not only highlights the aesthetic and technical quality of the nominated projects, but considers the context in which they have been built, their relationship to their surroundings and the social benefits they offer. Accordingly, the award is accompanied by a series of complementary events, taking place throughout the year and across all regions of the Czech Republic. Each June, a shortlist of approximately 30 works will be announced to the public at the CAA nomination evening, which also features exhibitions and interventions in public space. The CAA’s international jury, made up of award-winning architects, will be introduced to the public via seminars, lectures and workshops.

About the Czech Chamber of Architects

The CCA is an autonomous professional body with transferred executive powers, established by Act No. 360/1992 Coll. As such, it is the official regulatory and authorisation body for professionally practising architects in the Czech Republic. The CCA is also responsible for the professional and ethical standards of architects in the Czech Republic. Since 2014, the Chamber is an official consultative body, proposing laws, legal adjustments and regulations related to the practice of architecture.


Statute Czech Architectural Award

Rules of Procedure for the jury

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