Created in 1987 by the European Parliament, the European Commission and the Mice-van der Der Rohe Foundation, the prize is awarded every two years to architectural projects less than two years old working to develop contemporary European urban spaces.
Grafton Architects won the Mice van der Rohe Award in the category “Architecture” For his project “Town House”. The townhouse, located near Kensington University, brings together a library, dance and music rooms. “The first university building to win the award, it offers a great atmosphere for learning, dancing and meeting.”Explain the seven members of the jury in a press release.
Founded in 1978 in Dublin by Yvonne Farrell and Shelley McNamara, the Grafton Architects seem to have mastered the architecture of educational institutions. They have already drawn up plans for the Toulouse School of Economics (2019), the Institute of Mines-Telecom Business School (2019) in Paris, the University of Engineering and Technology in Lima (2015), and the University of Luigi Bocconi in Milan (2008). .
The Miss Van der Rohe Award in the category went to the Spanish collective LaColle Architectura Cooperative. “Emerging Architecture” For his project ” board “. La Board is a housing cooperative based in the heart of Barcelona “Environmental, Social and Economic”. It offers its residents eco-friendly, affordable and open living space (shared kitchen, dining room, laundry room).
Founded in 2009 in Barcelona, the LaColl Group brings together fourteen architects working on the construction of community infrastructure. “Collaborations” Etc. “Cooperation”.
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