The people who get to dole out awards to architects each year are normally critics and panels of experts who know exactly what goes into designing a building. But what would normal people — or even the internet at large — choose?
Just like most awards programs, Architizer's annual A+ Awards (which my colleague Alissa Walker covered earlier this week) uses a jury of experts to decide which buildings win. But it also asks the internet to vote on its favourites, awarding a special "popular choice" award to those buildings. Think of it as the Kid's Choice Awards for architecture.
As you might expect, what the world likes doesn't always match up with what architects and critics like. Check out a few of the more interesting favourites below.