The winners of the ARCHMARATHON Selections@MADE EXPO 2017
Projects by 28 international architecture studios competing for the ARCHMARATHON Selections@MADE EXPO 2017 were presented at Made Expo 2017, the construction and design fair held in Milan March 8 through 11, 2017.
ARCHMARATHON 2018 is an international convention promoted by Publicomm, in which 42 architectural studios from all over the world are invited to participate. The invited studios present the project for which they were selected and compete for awards in each of the ten categories covered in the convention and two overall prizes (the Crowd Award for the project which gets the most votes on the internet, and the Overall Winner).
At Made Expo 2017, a panel of judges including architect and critic Luca Molinari and architects Francisco Mangado and Vincenzo Latina selected 14 projects from among 28 entrants for the 'ARCHMARATHON Selections@MADE EXPO 2017.
The 14 projects selected to go straight to the finals in the ARCHMARATHON 2018 awards are:
Retrofitting & Refurbishment category
Cartiera Magnani | Pietro Carlo Pellegrini Architetto
Education Buildings category
Utoya | Blakstad Haffner studio
Religious Buildings category
Parish Church in Pueblo Serena | Moneo Brock
Nuova sede BNL-BNP Paribas | 5+1AA
Private Housing (Architecture) category
La casa de los vientos | José Luis Muñoz
Private Housing (Interior Design) category
18sqm compact apartment in Hong Kong | EDGE Design Institute Ltd.
Commercial Retail category
Milan 44 Reurbano | Francisco Pardo
Mixed Use & Residential Buildings category
De Verkenner | Mei architects and planners
Hotel & Leisure category
The Treehouse | Wee Studio
Transport & Infrastructure category
Guelmim Airport | Groupe3Architectes
Sport & Wellness category
Unusual Football Pitch | AP Thai
Arts & Culture category
Estonian National Museum | DGT (DORELL.GHOTMEH.TANE) Architects
Landscape Design & Open Space category
Recuperación del caminito del Rey | Luis Machuca & Asociados Arquitectos
Bars & Restaurants category
Ristorante La Mantia | Piero Lissoni Architects
Images courtesy of Archmarathon