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Archiprix International invites biennially all schools world wide in Architecture, Urban Design and Landscape Architecture to select their best graduation project.
Fot the 2015 edition Archiprix International received a record number of 351 projects from 87 countries. The jury reviewed all submitted entries, nominated 21 projects for the Hunter Douglas Awards and selected 7 winners . The issues many graduation projects testify to great political and enviromental concerns. The projects also showed great awarness of the technology that is currently available to realize the proposed designs.
When selectin the winning projects, the jury looked for projects that reflect the very individiualand personal language of the designers, expressing themselves in a truly clear voice to the world.
Winners of the Hunter Design Awards are:
Archipelago Lab - Pedro Pitarch Alonso
Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura, Madrid Spain
Architecture and Extreme Environment - Adriana Debnárová
Vysoka skola vytvarnych umeni, Academy of Fine arts and Design, Department of Architecture, Bratislava Slovakia
Architecture of the Synthetic the Spectacular and Belligerent - Frances Cooper
University of Auckland, School of Architecture and Planning, Auckland New Zealand
COOP - Santiago Benenati, Javier Tellechea
Universidad de la Republica - Uruguay, Facultad de Arquitectura, Montevideo Uruguay
Diary of an architect - Verónica Francés Tortosa
Universidad de Alicante, Escuela Politécnica Superior, Alicante Spain
Recording and Projecting Architecture - Filippo Doria
Delft University of Technology, Faculty of Architecture, Delft Netherlands
Red Meat - José María Martín Padrón, Ana Caracuel Urbano
Universidad Europea de Madrid, Escuela Superior de Arte y Arquitectura, Madrid Spain