European Prize of Architecture Philippe Rotthier

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Established in 1982 by the architect Philippe Rotthier, this triennial prize rewards works of collective and cultural value with regional roots and using natural and sustainable materials that draw on the genius of the European town and a dialogue with the past and with history.

After Urban renewal and the new neighbourhoods in 2008 and The renovation of existing sites and buildings in 2011, the theme chosen for the TENTH SESSION is the relationship of architecture to natural and urban landscapes.

From the sublime to the mimetic, all works that fall within the major art of landscape, whether in terms of integration or reappropriation, may be submitted to the international jury for consideration: seaside, climatic or agro-foodstuffs constructions, engineering works, wine cellars, covered markets, water towers, windmills, cultural buildings, ruins and factories, etc.

For more information regarding submission, jury and prizes, please click here.

Cite: Jordana, Sebastian. "European Prize of Architecture Philippe Rotthier" 06 Feb 2014. ArchDaily. Accessed 30 Aug 2014. <http://www.archdaily.com/?p=473173>

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