On Tuesday 24th of October the final shortlist of this year’s BigMat Award was made public. The list comprises 14 teams of architects from the 7 countries in which BigMat International is present -Belgium, Czech Republic, France, Italy, Portugal, Slovakia and Spain- featuring a wide array of project typologies and architectural aproaches. All of these 14 teams will be competing for any of 6 National Prizes, 6 Category Prizes, 1 Public Prize, and most importantly, the BigMat International Grand Prize, awarded with 30,000 €.
The list of winners comprises Multiple Architecture & Urbanisme from Belgium, A69 Architekti from the Czech Republic, Éric Lapierre Experience, Lacaton & Vassal and MUOTO from France, C+S Architects from Italy, Alvaro Siza Vieira + Eduardo Souto de Moura, João Mendes Ribeiro and Menos é Mais, Pedro Matos Gameiro and Pedro Mauricio Borges from Portugal, ZEROZERO from Slovakia and José María Sánchez García, Mansilla + Tuñón Arquitectos and MGM Arquitectos from Spain.
The winners of the 2017 BigMat International Public Prize -awarded with 1.500€- will be revealed, along with the rest of the BigMat International Architecture Awards – 6 National Prizes, 6 Category Prizes, 1 Public Prize and the Grand Prize- on Friday the 24th of November at the awards ceremony in Florence.
The awards ceremony will take place on Friday, November 24th, at the Palazzo Vecchio in Florence, Italy, in the presence of the architects competing for the grand prize, the members of the international panel of judges and the companies making up the BigMat Group.
Out of these 87 projects, the Panel of Judges for the BigMat ’17 International Architecture Award will choose a winner for the BigMat ’17 International Grand Prize (30.000€), as well as the winners of the 6 BigMat ’17 National Prizes(5.000€) and the 6 BigMat ’17 Category Prizes (1.500€). The winners of each category will be revealed during the awards ceremony on November 24.
Learn more about the 14 winning projects below:
Multiple Architecture & Urbanisme
Station Herstal, A building-square (Belgium)
A69 – ARCHITEKTY
The Prototype of a House in Posazavi (Czech Republic)
Éric Lapierre Experience
86 Lodgements, Lyon (France)
Lacaton & Vassal
FRAC Nord-Pas de Calais (France)
Public Condenser (France)
Law Court Offices in Venice (Italy)
Alvaro Siza Vieira + Eduardo Souto de Moura
Abade Pedrosa Municipal Museum (Portugal)
João Mendes Ribeiro Arquitecto
Menos e Mais
Arquipélago Contemporary Arts Centre (Portugal)
Pedro Matos Gameiro
House in Alfama (Portugal)
Pedro Mauricio Borges
Quinta da Tilia
Footbrige Sulin- Zegiestow (Slovakia)
José María Sánchez García
Factory of Electrical Assembly (Spain)
Mansilla + Tuñón Architects
Royal Collections Museum (Spain)
MGM, Morales de Giles Arquitectos S.L.P.
Consolidation and adaptation of the convent and gardens of Santa María de los Reyes (Spain)