Twelve finalists still have a running chance to win a top prize in the
2018 Young Talent Architecture Award competition. Starting out with 334 nominated student graduation projects, 40 projects were shortlisted earlier this week. Four winners are expected to be announced in late June.
You'll be able to check out the finalist entries in the
YTAA 2018 exhibition, which is now open at the European Cultural Centre - Palazzo Mora, a collateral event to the 2018 Venice Biennale. The YTAA winners will be recognized during an award ceremony on September 20.
Here are the finalists!
“Confluence” by Joshua Penk | Architectural Association School of Architecture (UK).
“NEUE BAU|AKADEMIE BERLIN - a club for the former & future architecture” by Hendrik Brinkmann | Universität der Künste Berlin (DE).
“May I use the front/backdoor?” by Nele Bergmans | KU Leuven University (BE)
“Rhizome” by Arianna Fornasiero, Paolo Turconi | TU Delft, Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment TU Delft (NL).
“The Bank of England: a dialectical project” by Loed Stolte | TU Delft, Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment TU Delft (NL).
“The Citadel of Tides” by Marie Moors | Hasselt University International (BE).
“Deplorable Framework” by Matthew Gregorowski | London Metropolitan University (UK).
“Last Landscape” by Simone Marchetti, Sofia Paoli, Beatrice Maria Rogantini Picco | Politecnico di Milano (IT).
“Perdido (Lost) -P.R.U.S. of Madrid” by Julio Gotor Valcárcel | ETSAM, DPA ETSAM (ES).
“The Fallen Monuments of Egerkingen” by Eva Lanter | ETH Zürich (CH).
“Ceramics - Design of a factory” by Sina Pauline Riedlinger, Franziska Käuferle | Technische Universität Berlin (DE).
“House, Kitchen, Garden in Alcácer do Sal” by Pedro Frade | UNIVERSIDADE AUTÓNOMA DE LISBOA (PT).
Find more details about the finalist entries