IS ARCH have announced the winning projects of their 4th edition IS ARCH Awards, which serves as a platform for the promotion and recognition of university projects presented on an international scale.
Out of 204 submissions from students and young architects (who graduated within the last three years), the competition resulted in three prize winners, 10 Honorable Mentions, and 30 Finalists. In addition to the jury's decision, public votes on the IS ARCH competition website were worth 20% of selecting the winners.
The jury consisted of:
- Professor Sir Peter Cook
- Odile Decq - Studio Oldile Decq
- Fuensanta Nieto - Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos
- Diego L. Arahuetes - Kengo Kuma
- Tomislav Dushanov - Herzog & de Meuron
- Gavin Robotham - Cook Robotham Architectural Bureau
- Benedetta Tagliabue - Miralles Tagliabue EMBT
Right below are the top-prize entries:
1st Prize: EXPERIMENTAL PROCESSES FOR THE RECONFIGURATION OF THE URBAN TISSUE IN LIMA CITY
by Charles Enrique Infante Bonifaz, Universidad Ricardo Palma, Perú
2nd Prize: CAN WE DESIGN HOUSING WITHOUT TYPOLOGIES
by Adrian Ubeda Beltran E.T.S Arquitectura de Madrid. Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain
3rd Prize: FOREST OF WALLS - ETH
by Jean-Marc Stadelmann and David Jenny Zurich. Switzerland
To see the Honorable Mentions, click through the thumbnail gallery below.
For all 30 finalists, click here.
Images courtesy of IS ARCH Competition.
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