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The finalists of the Mies van der Rohe Award 2022

25-01-2022

The finalists of the Mies van der Rohe Award 2022

On January 17 the jury of the Mies van der Rohe Award 2022, chaired by architect Tatiana Bilbao, announced the projects selected for the European Union's Biennial Contemporary Architecture Award. A total of 40 works, considered representative of current European architectural trends, with particular attention to the themes of sustainability and circularity, social inclusion and aesthetic research.

The winners of the AIA New York Design Awards 2022

18-01-2022

The winners of the AIA New York Design Awards 2022

AIA New York has announced the winners of the 2022 Design Awards. Divided into four categories – Architecture, Interior, Projects and Urban Design – and selected by an independent jury, the 25 winners are projects carried out in the city of New York or in other parts of the world by New York-based architects. The local AIA New York chapter, in fact, is the oldest and largest section of the American Institute of Architects. Founded in 1857, it includes 5500 practicing architects, associated professionals, students and public members dedicated to architecture and design.

World Habitat Awards 2021, the winning projects

17-12-2021

World Habitat Awards 2021, the winning projects

The World Habitat Awards, originally founded in 1985 and organised by World Habitat in collaboration with UN-Habitat, are the most prestigious award in the housing sector. The 2021 Gold Award winners are the Introducing Community Land Trusts in Continental Europe project (Belgium) and the Housing Monitor project (Lebanon).

Balkrishna Doshi wins the 2022 Royal Gold Medal

14-12-2021

Balkrishna Doshi wins the 2022 Royal Gold Medal

Indian architect Balkrishna Doshi, winner of the 2018 Pritzker Prize, will receive the 2022 Royal Gold Medal, one of the most important international architecture awards, presented annually by the Royal Institute of British Architects, RIBA. The award is assigned to studios or professionals who have had a significant impact on the progress of architecture, either directly or indirectly.

2021 Festa dell’Architetto and winners of the Italian awards

16-11-2021

2021 Festa dell’Architetto and winners of the Italian awards

Venice hosted the Festa dell’Architetto 2021 on November 5. The Conference of the Orders of Architects, Planners, Landscape Architects and Conservationists in the Sala delle Colonne in Ca’ Giustinian, home of La Biennale di Venezia, concluded with a keynote address by architect Jette Cathrin Hopp of Snøhetta, president of the annual prize jury, and the presentation of the “Architetto/a Italiano/a 2021” and “Giovane Talento dell’Architettura italiana 2021” awards.

The first Cornelia Hahn Oberlander International Landscape Architecture Prize

02-11-2021

The first Cornelia Hahn Oberlander International Landscape Architecture Prize

The American Cultural Landscape Foundation, or TCLF, has announced the first winner of the new biennial Oberlander Prize, named after the late landscape architect Cornelia Hahn Oberlander and bestowed on a recipient who is "exceptionally talented, creative, courageous, and visionary”. The first winner is Julie Bargmann.

Ten years of Next Landmark, Floornature's international architectural competition

29-10-2021

Ten years of Next Landmark, Floornature's international architectural competition

2021 marks not only the 20th anniversary of the founding of Floornature.com, but also the 10th anniversary of Next Landmark, the international competition promoted by the Iris Ceramica Group and curated by the editorial staff of Floornature.com, in collaboration with leading names in contemporary architecture. Over the years, the contest has been continuously updated in terms of the themes covered and the partners involved, while maintaining one key element unchanged: Next Landmark values original and innovative projects and research, representative of the state of the art of contemporary architecture.

Glenn Murcutt wins Praemium Imperiale for architecture

23-09-2021

Glenn Murcutt wins Praemium Imperiale for architecture

The winners of the 32nd edition of the prestigious Praemium Imperiale, often described as the arts equivalent of the Nobel Prize and given out by the Japan Art Association, have been announced. Australian architect Glenn Murcutt has been named the Praemium Imperiale architecture laureate, photographer Sebastião Salgado is the winner in the painting category, artist James Turrell in the sculpture category and cellist Yo-Yo Ma in the music category. Moreover, the recipient of “The Grant for Young Artists”, a 5 million yen scholarship reserved for an institution that promotes artistic activities among young people, is The Advanced Training School of the Central Institute for Restoration in Italy.

RIBA Stephen Lawrence Prize 2021 Finalists

20-09-2021

RIBA Stephen Lawrence Prize 2021 Finalists

The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has announced the list of six finalist projects that have been shortlisted for the Stephen Lawrence Prize 2021. The award is dedicated to the memory of a young architecture student who died tragically in 1993 and is open to projects with a budget of less than £1 million. The winner is awarded a scholarship provided by the Marco Goldschmied Foundation.

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