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Results of the 2014 European Prize for Urban Public Space

The results of the 2014 European Prize for Urban Public Space have been announced. The prize organized by the Centre of Contemporary Culture of Barcelona (CCCB) rewards both the designers and the facilitators (such as councils or community groups) that have contributed to the best urban interventions of the year. The award is given for ingenuity and social impact, regardless of the scale of intervention, meaning that small, relatively unknown practices can rub shoulders with some of the best-known practices in Europe.

See the 2 Joint Winners and 4 Special Mentions after the break

La Lira Theatre / RCR Arquitectes. Image Courtesy of RCR Arquitectes + PUIGCORBÉ arquitectesMasterplan for Marseille’s Vieux Port / Foster + Parners. Image Courtesy of CCCBIslamic Cemetery in Altach / Bernardo Bader Architects. Image © Adolf BereuterThe Braided Valley / Grupo Aranea. Image © Jesus Granada+ 7

Five Projects Win Aga Khan Award for Architecture

The Master Jury for the 2013 Aga Khan Award for Architecture has announced five deserving projects as winners of the prestigious, US$1 million prize. Since the award was launched 36 years ago, over 100 projects have received the prize and more than 7,500 building projects have been documented for exhibiting architectural excellence and improving the overall quality of life in their regions.

The 2013 Aga Khan Award for Architecture winners include:

BUS:STOP Krumbach: 7 architects, 7 buildings, 7 statements

BUS:STOP Krumbach is a recently initiated project in the Bregenzerwald region of Austria that will bring together seven well-known architecture offices from around the world, pair them up with seven local architects and allow the pairs to work together on the design of seven new bus shelters in the town of Krumbach. A true collaboration between tradition and innovation, national and international, BUS:STOP hopes to create a series of small and functional buildings with their own unique characters that tell not only the story of these architects, but also of this special region.

For the list of participating offices and to learn more about BUS:STOP, read on. 

Wooden House with an Inner Courtyard / Bernardo Bader

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Sulz, Austria

HD Haus / Bernardo Bader

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Schwarzach, Austria

EMA Haus / Bernardo Bader

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