Architectural Anatomy: The Road to an A+Award-Winning Submission

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An A+Awardwinning architectural project, such as the Komera Leadership Centre by BEDesign, is characterized by its compelling narrative, the intersection of form and function, a cultural sustainability approach, attention to cost, and the right lens through which it is presented. The Komera Leadership Centre in Rwinkwavu, Rwanda, exemplifies these key components by addressing social challenges, accommodating various activities, using local materials to celebrate the region’s culture, considering cost and local resources, and showcasing the project through thoughtfully chosen photographs. By understanding and incorporating these elements, architects can strive for an A+Awardwinning submission.