Chilean architect Alejandro Aravena, Pritzker Prize 2016 and curator of Reporting from the Front 15 Venice International Architecture Exhibition, will be the first architect to receive the Gothenburg Award for sustainable development on 22nd November.
The Curry Stone Design Prize celebrate its tenth birthday with a new formula this year: not just one winner, but new projects joining the Social Design Circle every month, for a total of 100 by the end of the year.
13 January 2016: the architect Alejandro Aravena is the Pritzker Prize Laureate 2016. The year 2016 is evolving into a very important year for the Chilean architect as he is the Director of the 15th International Architecture Exhibition 2016 which takes places in Venice from 28 May to 27 November 2016.
On July 18 the board of directors of the Biennale in Venezia appointed Chilean architect Alejandro Aravena director of the 15th International Architecture Exhibition coming up in Venice May 28 through November 27 2016.
Arup of Germany’s SolarLeaf project has won the applied innovation category of the 2014 Zumtobel Group Award. The winners in the other two categories are Elemental (Chile) and Studio Tamassociati (Italy).
The international panel of judges for the Zumtobel Group Award have announced the winners in the three categories of the 2014 edition of the award: Arup (Germany), Elemental (Chile) and Studio Tamassociati (Italy).
The S AM Swiss Architecture Museum in Basel hosts the first ever exhibition about the architecture of lookouts, including not only platforms and towers but all aspects of the idea of using the landscape for the purposes of tourism.
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