With Architizer's 2015 A+ award-winners announcement, we took a closer look at the theme of architectural reemergence

A beautiful trend going on in contemporary architecture, one that represents the best of design through the ages, is repurposing old-guard and, at times, dilapidated structures and turning them into contemporary odes to human ingenuity. Our friends over at Architizer, the social aggregator for all things architecture, recently came out with their list of the 150 A+ Award winners for 2015.

Among these winners are some of the most impressive examples of this “new from the old” trend, like the Wild Turkey Bourbon Visitor Center you see above. This building, designed to appeal to age-old devotees and nascent bourbon aficionados alike, bridges the gap between old and new through its polarizing nature between styles.

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