Drum roll, please: After successive rounds of voting by our blue-chip cast of more than 300 jury members and tens of thousands of votes from Architizer readers across the world, we now present to you the winners of the 2014 A+ Awards.

The competition was fierce, and the decision-making process presented voters with many difficult choices. With the deliberations over, now is the time to dive in and explore the 129 winning firms who managed to snag an award in more than 60 categories. You'll find instant icons by Zaha, Bjarke, and Studio Fuksas alongside young firms bubbling up from the underground. This year, we've added depth to the A+ experience with new product and technology categories, highlighting the ways in which design infiltrates all aspects of our lives, from remote hotels and destination museums to your very own living room. Check out some of the winners below, and see the whole slew of A+ architecture at awards.architizer.com/winners.

Retail Popular Vote Winner: Fuel Station + McDonalds by Khmaladze Architects

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Office Building (Low Rise) Jury Winner: Huaxin Business Center by Scenic Architecture

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Higher Education Institutions and Research Facilities Jury and Popular Vote Winner: Halley VI Antarctic Research Station by Hugh Broughton Architects

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Bus and Train Station Jury and Popular Vote Winner: Fovám tér-Szent Gellért tér metrostations bySporaarchitects

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Religious Buildings Popularl Vote Winner: Autobahn Church by schneider+schemata

Read more about the winners on Architizer.com