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Buildner proudly presents the winners of its fourth Museum of Emotions Competition, showcasing groundbreaking designs that redefine emotional experience in architecture. Entrants explored the power of architecture to evoke emotions, tasked with designing two exhibition halls—one for negative emotions, the other for positive. Under Buildner's silent competition category, participants conveyed ideas through imagery alone, reflecting the profound impact of visual storytelling in architecture. The competition attracted submissions of exceptional quality from around the globe, celebrated by a distinguished international jury panel. 

Deimjanas Gološčiapovas and Rimgaudas Prašmutas from Lithuania secured first place with their thought-provoking proposal integrating a garbage dumping ground into the natural landscape, advocating for sustainability and environmental consciousness. 

Emerging Talent Yujie Weng and Mengmeng Bu from New Zealand's University of Auckland claimed second prize and the Student Award for their design blending architectural form with natural elements in an urban park setting. Pushing Boundaries Wenshan Peng, Rod Luo, and Weiqi Fan from China received the third prize for their visionary Belvedere tower rising from a body of water, challenging traditional architectural norms. 

Buildner congratulates all winners and participants for enriching the architectural landscape and inspiring innovation in emotional design. 

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1st and Sustainability Award

2nd and Student Award

3rd Prize