YAC's Space to Culture winners propose ideas for a new cultural community hub in Bologna, Italy
By Bustler Editors|
Monday, May 19, 2014
You can't go wrong in revamping another neglected industrial space into another lively cultural and arts hub for the local community. And what better to have the minds of young architects and designers shape the space?
Young Architects Competitions recently announced the winners of their Space to Culture competition, where entrants submitted proposals to revamp an abandoned factory owned by Nute Partecipazioni ltd in the Quarto Inferiore, Bologna, Italy.
The distinguished jury selected three top-prize winners, two "Gold" Honorable Mentions, and 10 Honorable Mentions -- who all got their share in the 15,000 Euro cash prize.
This year's jury featured:
- OMA, Rotterdam: Ippolito Pestellini Laparelli
- Studio Dogma, Bruxelles: Martino Tattara
- Enrico Iascone Architects, Bologna: Enrico Iascone
- Claudio Nardi Architects, Firenze: Claudio Nardi
- Nute Partecipazioni, Bologna: Michele Traietto
- La Sapienza University, Roma: Edoardo Currà
- Alma Mater University, Bologna: Annalisa Trentin
- The Plan Magazine, Bologna: Nicola Leonardi
Check out all the winning projects below.
GOLD HONORABLE MENTIONS:
All images courtesy of the YAC Space to Culture competition
For the Honorable Mention projects, click through the thumbnail gallery below.
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