AR announces global shortlist for 2018 Emerging Architecture Awards
By Mackenzie Goldberg|
Thursday, Oct 25, 2018
Since 1999, the Architectural Review has been honoring young designers for their impact on the built environment with the Emerging Architecture Awards. The awards program—which has previously designated now-household-names such as Shigeru Ban, Thomas Heatherwick, and Frida Escobedo—has released their 14-strong shortlist for the 2018 year.
The global list features a diverse range of practices, from the London-based Studio Weave, known for their charming public projects, to the nonprofit research, design and construction firm ABARI, working in Nepal to build eco-friendly structures. Come late November, they along with the other twelve emerging practices will present their work at the World Architecture Festival, to be decided on by a judging panel that includes previous winners of the awards such as Spanish architect Ángela García de Paredes, Indian architect Gurjit Singh Matharoo, and Ronald Rietveld of RAAAF.
Below, the AR Emerging Architecture shortlist along with notable works.
T O B Architect. Location: Dublin, Ireland.
ABARI. Location: Kathmandu, Nepal.
Rosmaninho + Azevedo. Location: Porto, Portugal.
Studio FH Architects. Location: Kampala, Uganda.
Ampuero Yutronic. Location: London, UK.
DOMAT. Location: Hong Kong.
Alejandro Guerrero | Andrea Soto. Location: Guadalajara, Mexico.
Titan. Location: Nantes, France.
Yu Momoeda Architecture Office. Location: Maizuru, Japan.
Carla Juaçaba Studio. Location: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Studio Weave. Location: London, UK.
Johansen Skovsted Arkitekter. Location: Copenhagen, Denmark.
OJT. Location: New Orleans, LA, USA.
Aulets Arquitectes. Location: Palma de Mallorca, Spain.
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