Grand prix national de l'architecture

The Grand Prix national de l'architecture ("Grand National Prize of Architecture") is a French prize awarded by a jury of twenty persons under the chairmanship of the Ministry of Culture to an architect, or an architectural firm, for recognition of an outstanding contribution to architecture. Established in 1975 and relaunched in 2004, it is the highest French award in architecture.[1] It comes with a monetary prize of 50000 French francs.


The prize has been awarded to:[2]


  1. "Grand Prix national de l'architecture 2010 décerné à Frédéric Borel". (in French). March 24, 2011. Retrieved 21 May 2011.
  2. "Grand prix national de l'architecture". French Ministry of Culture. April 27, 2017. Retrieved 21 May 2017.
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