The ISARCH Awards competition has concluded its 9th edition with the reveal of the winning submissions! The yearly competition invites current students and recent grads to contribute and debate architectural ideas and solutions with each other. A further objective of the awards is to encourage young people to participate in architectural debate, contributing their unique vision and opinions.
Following public voting and jury evaluations, three prize winners and 10 special mentions were selected. Scroll down to have a look at the top three winners.
1st prize: “Hotel Escala para Navegantes” by Jorge Henríquez Yanes
2nd prize: “Capital for the Collective: The Labour Miracle” by Erik Bean
3rd prize: “The Fabulous Super Library” by Ernesto Ibáñez Galindo
“Urban Experiences. Laboratory” by Jorge Evolo
“The Neighborhood's Cemetery : Reclaiming Cemeteries inside the city” by Tala Shelbayh
“Pilgrimage of everyday life” by Tzu-Jung Huang, Chia-Wei Chang, Mu-Hwai Liou
“Ashes” by Aina Roca
“Critical Facadism” by Miguel Ruiz-Rivas
“Indigenous Pharmacy” by Richard Tsang
“Hotel Bellevue” by Oscar Binder
“Urban Scarifications” by Diego Jesús García López
“Gather and Reside” by Ting Chen, Lisha Chen, Chi-Shan Chen
“[Re]coding the city in a festival of time” by Viktor Gekker
You can find all the Special Mentions and Finalists on ISARCH's website.
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