The Winner Jennifer Siegal “Innovation and unconventional thinking are both hardwired into my DNA. This shows in my body of work and research that questions everything, particularly the static, heavy, inflexible architecture that we somehow still expect in a world that is anything but. In 1998 I named my firm Office of Mobile Design, a […]
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SAVE THE DATE: arcVision Prize Women and Architecture Prize-giving ceremony, Thursday, 7 April at 05:30 pm Triennale Milano – Teatro dell’Arte.
All the members of the Jury are women, outstanding professionals who have distinguished themselves in architecture and more generally in the promotion of socio-economic sustainable innovation, with a broad background of knowledge and expertise in promoting a new cultural map with which the work of the nominees is ideally consistent.
Cazú Zegers (Chile)
Even amidst the contemporary word of architecture, in which the culture of a new international style permeates an ever-greater number of buildings, Cazú Zegers directs her research and design activity toward the primary objective of writing in an architectural language that can fully represent Chile, first and foremost, and then all of South America.
Marion Weiss (Usa)
“It’s not about the world of architecture, but the architecture of the world”. To paraphrase the motto of the designer and theorist Bruce Mau in Massive Change, the slogan could well represent the complexity of design research carried out in the last two decades by Marion Weiss, the American architect and cofounder of the studio Weiss/Manfredi.
Špela Videčnik (Slovenia / France)
The central design strategy in the work of Špela Videčnik and her studio OFIS arhitekti – founded in 1996 with Rok Oman – consists in transforming restrictions into opportunities, and thus implements a certain subversive tactic that finds in the rules an opportunity to overcome those same rules.
Elisa Valero Ramos (Spain)
The not-so-obvious idea that architecture can be a means for responding to deep needs is an idea that substantiates the complex work of Elisa Valero Ramos, providing a criteria for cross-reading her many projects.
Twitee Vajrabhaya Teparkum (Thailand)
If the world of architecture goes beyond the physical, visible world, if its essence lies in the invisible and unknown, as claimed by Twitee Vajrabhaya Teparkum, then the sense of her works are to be found in the minute details, in the relationship between form and materials, and in the empathy that develops between spaces and people who use them.
Sparch Architects (Greece) – Rena Sakellaridou, Morpho Papanikolaou
For Rena Sakellaridou and Morpho Papanikolaou, with their studio Sparch, buildings are, above all, hybrid entities.
Sketch – Maria Menezes Diana Nunes (Mozambique)
A certain aspect of modernist culture has held that the place in which designers carry out their architectural practice does not influence their work.