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Projectes destacats a la 2a Mostra d’Arquitectura Internacional Catalana

Presentation of the verdict of the 2nd Mostra d’Arquitectura Internacional Catalana

On 20 April, at a public event held at the Architects’ Association, the most outstanding works selected in the 2nd Mostra d’Arquitectura Internacional Catalana (International Catalan Architecture Exhibition) were revealed. The exhibition’s purpose is to record, highlight and divulge the work of Catalan architects outside Spain in the last few years.

This year’s entries amounted to 33 works and projects, covering some 14 countries in Europe, Africa and America. Of these, the Jury selected 15, of which nine were given a special commendation.

The projects highlighted by the jury are:

Maison BBàN, Nantes, França
Onze04 arquitectes, Gustavo Silva-Nicoletti

Maison PJàN, Nantes, França
Onze04 arquitectes, Gustavo Silva-Nicoletti

Edifici Zabala, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Estudio BaBO (Francesc Planas Penadés, Francisco Kocourek, Marit Haugen Stabell)

Casa MyL, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Estudio BaBO (Francesc Planas Penadés, Francisco Kocourek, Marit Haugen Stabell)

Escola Ndjoreii, Ndjoreii, Camerún
Sandra Bestraten, Emili Hormias

Biblioteca Katiou, Komsilga, Burkina Fasso
Albert Faus Madrid 

Casa per a nens orfes amb necessitats específiques, a Ouagadougou, Burkina Fasso
Albert Faus Madrid 

Edifici acadèmic de la Facultat d’Arts UC, Santiago de Xile, Xile
Fernando Pérez Oyarzun, José Quintanilla Chala

Casa Vieja, Cali, Colòmbia
Greta Tresserra, Andreas Bappler

The selected projects are:

Carnot Verollot, Ivry-sur-Seine, França
Archikubik (Marc Chalamanch, Miquel Lacasta, Carmen Santana)

Quartier Moulin Vert, Vitry-sur-Seine, França
Archikubik (Marc Chalamanch, Miquel Lacasta, Carmen Santana)

Pk Saint-Roch, Montpeller, França
Archikubik (Marc Chalamanch, Miquel Lacasta, Carmen Santana)

Batiment 774, Prévessin-Moëns, França
Francesco Soppelsa, Octavio Mestre 

Escuela Técnica N.407, Rosario, Argentina
Mario Corea, Francisco Quijano 

Passera de la Vall dels Temples d'Agrigento, Agrigento, Itàlia
Joan Puigcorbé, Cottone + Indelicato, Montalbano


During the event the Banc Sabadell Foundation Award for Innovation in Architecture was also announced, which was won by the Bodega project managed and coordinated by Edouard Cabay, Carles Sala and Relja Ferusic, and developed as part of the AAVS programme of the AA School of Architecture in London. For further information on the winning project, click here.

The Banc Sabadell Foundation also gave a special mention to the Camina Tamshi project, a study on urban planning and gender perspective in Morocco by Dafne Saldaña, Julia Goula, Helena Cardona and Carla Amat.

The event also served as the launch pad for the third edition of the Mostra d'Arquitectura Internacional Catalana, a new feature this year being changes to the regulation of the Banc Sabadell Foundation Award.

20/04/2017
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