Award Editions Frontend Portlet

Edition 2010

Results

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Winners

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    Open-Air Library

    Magdeburg (Germany), 2009

    The residents of a socially depressed neighbourhood have organised to collect and share books in an open-air library that they have constructed, after a participative process, with prefabricated pieces from a demolished building.

    Developer: Bürgerverein Salbke-Fermersleben-Westerhüsen e.V., City of Magdeburg Department of Building and Construction
    Authors: KARO* with Architektur+Netzwerk

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    Norwegian Opera House

    Oslo (Norway), 2008

    The roof of the opera house gently emerges from the waters of the port of Bjørvika to offer people who walk on it splendid views over the city and the fjord.

    Developer: STATSBYGG
    Authors: SNØHETTA

Mentions

  • Refurbishment of the Poniente Beach Promenade

    Benidorm (Spain), 2009

    The complex strip of transition between the city and beach unfolds in a colourful repertoire of sinuous forms that is sufficiently powerful to order the seafront facade and confer on it a unitary character.

    Developer: Generalitat Valenciana - Ayuntament de Benidorm
    Authors: Office of Architecture in Barcelona

  • Casetas de pescadores en el puerto

    Cangas do Morrazo (Spain), 2008

    A row of fishermen's huts dynamises the breakwater of the port with an activity that is deep-rooted in the place and attractive to the eyes of passers-by.

    Developer: Puertos de Galicia
    Authors: Irisarri + Piñera

  • "Passage 56": cultural and ecological space

    Paris (France), 2009

    Popular initiative has transformed an abandoned passageway of rue Saint Blaise into a collectively-managed ecological garden.

    Developer: Atelier d'Architecture Autogérée (AAA)
    Authors: Atelier d'Architecture Autogérée (AAA)

  • Theatre in Grotekerk square

    Rotterdam (Netherlands), 2009

    The insertion of a pavilion-cum-theatre programmatically revitalises the Laurenskerk cathedral square and articulates its relationship with the Delftsevaart canal.

    Developer: OBR Rotterdam, Rotary Club Rotterdam Noord, foundation 'Grotekerkplein'
    Authors: Atelier Kempe Thill architecs and planners

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