Result Announced- Gaudi Architecture Prize-2020

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Posted on: March 3rd, 2021

Result Announced- Gaudi Architecture Prize-2020

Announcement

Silk Matters is pleased to announce the winners of Gaudi Architecture Prize 2020- International Design Awards. With submissions from around 52 countries, we saw a set of incredible student projects from across the globe.  Jurors have selected over 40 winning entries and 20 honorable mentions across 4 categories: Architecture, Urban Design, Interior Design and Furniture Design.

Gaudi Architecture Prize is an International Design Award program held by Silk Matters organization from 10th July 2020 to 1st November 2020 that focuses on promoting the student community of Architecture and Design. This award aims to provide a platform for students and recent graduates to showcase their un-built academic and idea projects.

Winners were selected by a highly acclaimed international jury panel.

Jurors

  • Elisa Pardini (Principal, Pardini Hall Architecture, UK)
  • Hee-Jun Sim (Principal, Archiworkshop, Adjunct Professor, University of Seoul, South Korea)
  • Meltem Eti Proto (Professor, Marmara University, Turkey)
  • Karen Frome (Principal, Rise Projects, USA)

Following are winners from different categories such as Architecture Design, Urban Design, Interior Design and Furniture Design:

1) Architecture Category

 

Cultural Building Award Winner _Palazzo Pubblico by Matthias Pabst (Germany)
Winner – Taagh & Taarmeh: A space to experience the story of a city by Bahareh Arjomandi (Iran)

2) Furniture Design Category

 

Indoor Furniture Design Award_ Winner – The Swinging Chair by Héctor Egido Jiménez (Spain)
Street/ Urban Furniture Design Award_ Winner – Endless by Pornpawee Uliss (Thailand)

3) Interior Design Category

 

Residential Interior Award_ Winner – Co-Live by Rebeca Zhu Cao (United States)
Commercial Interior Award_ Winner – Adaptable Variants by Veronica Pantin (United States)

4) Urban Design Category

 

Urban Design Award_ Winner – Topographic Urban Expansion: A Landscape Armature on Hillsides of Mexico City by Qiwei Song (Canada)
Urban Housing Award_ Winner – Berlin Anti – Wall by Moritz Maier (Singapore)

 

Visit https://www.silkmatters.com/results  for complete list of winners, runner up and honorable mentions.

 

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