Announcement of WINNERS ARCHIPRIX International
Montevideo 2009. The world’s best graduation projects architecture urban design landscape architecture.
WINNERS for the Hunter Douglas Awards (in alphabetical order of project name)
09_deeply rooted tree designed by Pasqual Herrero Vicent – Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Spain
Deviational space designed by Espen Folgerø – Bergen School of Architecture, Norway
Maja Turg: a market for Tallinn designed by Max Rink – Delft University of Technology, faculty of architecture, The Netherlands
MArchitecture designed by Ryo Kitazawa – Tokai University, department of Architecture and Building Engineering Kanagawa, Japan
Markerpark designed by Sander Lap – Rotterdam Academy of Architecture and Urban Design, The Netherlands
Metropolitan Markets designed by Matthew Murphy – University of Edinburgh, department of Architecture, Scotland (UK)
Regional Museum of Mine site: North Chili designed by Tomás Garcia de la Huerta -Universidad del Desarolla Aquitectura Santiago, Chili
Tokyo Littoral Art Center designed by Kazuaki Hattori – University of Tokyo, department of Architecture, faculty of Engineering, Japan.
The international jury reviewed all submitted projects and selected 24 nominations and 8 winners. Jury: Salvador Schelotto (Dean farq, UdelaR, Uruguay), Mario Schjetnan (Mexico), Anne Lacaton (France), Juan Herreros (Spain), Sou Fujimoto (Japan).