Tatiana Bilbao: “Architecture should care about collectivity”. Tatiana Bilbao, Tatiana Bilbao, nominee arcVision Prize 2015, interviewed by Domus in her office with sequences from Mexico City. During the new video, from the Time-Space-Existence series produced by PLANE–SITE on show during Venice Architecture Biennale 2018, the Mexican architect analyzes the role of architecture and explains her approach, […]
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The Moroccan architect and anthropologist Salima Naji, among the nominees of the arcVision Prize 2014, has worked for years to save from oblivion the communal granaries of the Atlas mountains: real fortified citadels in which to protect the harvest and goods.
Some excerpts from the article by Alice Piciocchi, The Heritage of the Earth, “Abitare”, (no. 562) 2017 March, 66-69.
Odile Decq – Lifetime Achievement Award Honoree, Architizer A+Award
Tatiana Bilbao – Impact Award Honoree, Architizer A+Awards
May 11, 2017: New York, Usa
This year, in addition to the Jury and Popular Choice winners, Architizer is honoring six firms and designers whose vast portfolio of work is arguably the best in the business and pushing the industry toward new heights, including the Lifetime Achievement Award to Odile Decq, in the jury of the arcVision Prize, and the Impact Award to Tatiana Bilbao, among the nominees of the arcVision Prize 2015.
Living Unit: Modular house suited for different terrains and climates
Some excerpts from the article: OFIS Architects designs modular house suited for different terrains and climates by Amy Frearson, on dezeen.com
The slovenian architect Špela Videčnik OFIS Architects – nominee arcVision Prize in 2016 – presented with her team a prototype of modular house suited to a variety of locations, climates and terrains. A prototype was presented at Parco Sempione during Milan design week 2017.
The nominees of the arcVision Prize – Women and architecure, today.
MAIIAM Contemporary Art Museum, Chiang Mai, Thailand, 2016. Focus on the project of Rachaporn Choochuey, nominee arcVision Prize 2013.
The MAIIAM Contemporary Art Museum, located in the northern Thai city of Chiangmai, a thriving art and cultural center, has been created to house an important private collection of Thai and regional art.
Victoria & Albert Museum Gallery, London. Focus on the project of Amanda Levete, nominee arcVision Prize 2016.
The Victoria and Albert Museum is one of the world’s greatest museums of art and design, AL_A’s project is the V&A’s largest expansion in over 100 years. The construction of the museum gallery started in 2012, and the opening will be in summer 2017.
Jennifer Siegal and Carla Juaçaba (winners of the arcVision Prize in 2016 and in 2013) and Špela Videčnik (nominee 2016) are in the jury of the AAP 2017. Emmanuelle Moureaux (nominee of the arcVision Prize 2015) won the past edition of AAP – The American Architecture Prize in 2016.
The AAP American Architecture Prize honors designs in the disciplines of architecture, interior design, and landscape architecture with the goal of advancing the appreciation of architecture worldwide.