ArchEurasia Prize 2021

Award ceremony will be held at the summit ArchEurasia in Yekaterinburg (Russia)
The competition of architecture and design Eurasian Prize 2021 drew entries from 29 countries.
Accepting entries for the international competition of architecture and design Eurasian Prize 2021 completed. Competition results up will take place on November 19, 2021 in Yekaterinburg, we will pleased to announce the winners and the best projects.

Architects, urban planners and designers from 22 countries took part in the 16th season of the competition Eurasian Prize. The competition received projects from participants from 29 countries. The geography of the project expanded in 2021. For the first time in its history architects and designers from Burkina Faso and Colombia will participate in the Eurasian Prize. And for the first time, objects located in Portugal, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Albania and Tanzania are presented for the competition. In this regard ‘Eurasian Prize’ have represented in all inhabited continents of the Earth.
The jury of the competition includes names of worldwide standing in architecture and design and also the winners of previous seasons of the competition, have already accessed to personal cabinets to vote for the best projects. The short list of the best projects in the sphere of urban planning, design, architecture will be announced in October 2021, and the names of the winners will be announced in Yekaterinburg on November 19, 2021.
Traditionally, the Award Ceremonies of the competition Eurasian Prize precedes the event marathon ‘ArchEurasia’, which will take place from 11 to 19 November in Yekaterinburg. The ‘ArchEurasia’ is an annual set of discussion and educational activities on urban development, urbanization, architecture and design. In 2021, the organizers announce the most diverse program, which includes thematic exhibitions, urban forums and interactive activities for students and urban activists, master classes, meet-the-artist sessions, lectures and discussions for professional designers and architects, seminars for government officials and public figures. The ‘ArchEurasia’ connects russian and international professionals in the field of urban planning, architecture, design, economists, futurologists, philosophers, as well as representatives of the blogosphere and the media. A detailed programme of the event and the featured speakers will be announced in September.
The International Academy of Architecture, Moscow branch (IAA/MAAM), acts as a co-organiser of the Eurasian Prize and marathon ‘ArchEurasia’. The academy has active members in 39 countries. The Academy was founded with the support of UN, UNESCO, Habitat, ECOSOC. IAA Academicians are well-known names of masters in the world such as: Eric van Egeraat, Norman Foster, Mario Botta, Dominique Perrault, Manfredi Nicoletti, Georgy Stoilov, etc. The chairman of the contest Organising Committee is President МААМ, Vice President of International Academy of Architecture (IAA), People's architect of the RF, Doctor of Architecture, Academician RAASN, Andrey Bokov.

The Eurasian Prize is a globally targeted initiative to identify and encourage talented architects and designers, as well as promoting innovative projects, products and practices that change the world. The contest ‘Eurasian Prize’ dates from 2003, more than 8,500 professional architects, urban planners, designers from 41 countries have taken part in this event for this period of time.

The Summit ArchEurasia is a discussion platform for the competition Eurasian Prize, providing platforms for networking, for knowledge sharing between the world's leading architects and designers, urban planners and economists, sociologists and philosophers, urbanists, representatives of urban communities and authorities.


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Cite: " ArchEurasia Prize 2021" 09 Aug 2021. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884

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