The winner of the DAM Award for Architecture in Germany in 2012 is Max Dudler for his conversion and expansion of Hambacher Schloss
Deutsches Architekturmuseum and the Frankfurt Book Fair bestowed the Architectural Book Award for the fourth time
For the third time Frankfurt Book Fair and Deutsches Architekturmuseum bestowed the DAM Architectural Book Award.
The 2011 DAM Prize for Architecture goes to the reconstruction of the East Wing of the Museum für Naturkunde in Berlin by Diener & Diener Architekten.
The 2011 European Architectural Photography Prize goes to Nils Clauss.
The reconstruction of Neues Museum on Museum Island in Berlin by Chipperfield Architects has won the 2010 DAM Prize for Architecture in Germany.
The 2010 International Highrise Award goes to "The Met", Bangkok, Thailand
For the second time, after the successful premiere in 2009, Frankfurt Book Fair and Deutsches Architekturmuseum bestowed the DAM Architectural Book Award 2010.
2010 Awards for the Open Air Library, Magdeburg by KARO Architekten, and hardscaping of the Norwegian Opera & Ballett, Oslo by Snøhetta
Winner 2009 is the Trumpf staff restaurant, Ditzingen, by Barkow Leibinger Architekten, Berlin
Bestowed for the first time
Winner in 2008 is Lord Norman Foster.
Laureate is Stephan Sahm
Winner of the 2008 Award: Carin Smuts, Southafrica
Awarded for the second time to Peter Zumthor for the Kolumba Art Museum, Cologne
Initiated by the Cité de l’Architecture & du Patrimoine and Epamsa, in co-operation with the DAM and four other architecture centres
Awarded for the first time on 18 January 2008 to Wandel, Hoefer Lorch und Hirsch
Winner is the Torre Agbar, Barcelona, designed by Jean Nouvel
The first International Highrise Award 2004 goes to Kohn Pedersen Fox for the head office of the Dutch Ministry of Education, Art and Science