Alberto Campo Baeza’s Office Building in Zamora, Spain has been selected as the winner of the 2015 BigMat International Architecture Award, with the judges commending how the design combines “the contemporary nature of the building with a respectful understanding of its existing surroundings.”
Recognized with a prize of 30,000 euros, Campo Baeza’s project was selected from 750 projects located in six different European countries. Five national winners and five finalists were also announced, while Samuel Delmas (a+ samueldelmas architects urbanistes) was awarded the Special Mention for Young Architects for his building in Nozay, France.
View all of the award winning projects after the break.
This year’s jury was led by Jesús Aparicio and made up of representatives from the six countries where BigMat has a commercial presence: Henri Ciriani (France), Francesco Dal Co (Italy), Manuel Aires (Portugal), Antonio Ortiz (Spain), Olivier Bastin (Belgium) and Martin Rajnis (Czech Republic).
KAU Gymnasium / URA Architects
Court Saint Etienne
Facilities for a Biotope / Prokš Přikryl architekti