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DETAIL Prize 2012

The voting procedure for the DETAIL Prize, which honours outstanding architecture in all parts of the world, is now entering the decisive round. Architects from around 45 nations have taken advantage of the opportunity to submit a total of 589 projects from 50 different countries. In the first round, the DETAIL editorial team nominated 24 projects as a selection from the total number of submissions. Now, the DETAIL readers and the international jury are being asked to choose their favourites by 20 September 2012. There are two prizes to be awarded: the DETAIL Prize and the DETAIL Reader Prize. Every vote counts!


For this year's DETAIL Prize 2012, DETAIL is again looking for high-quality architectural projects that convince through their innovative details within a coherent overall concept. Altogether, architects from 45 countries decided to take part and submitted their completed projects by 31 July 2012. Out of the 589 projects sent in, the DETAIL editorial team picked out the best ones.
From 20 August to 20 September 2012, all nominations will now be shown in the Internet at www.detail.de. The DETAIL readers are able to vote once by clicking their favourite project. The project that has received the most clicks by 20 September 2012 will be awarded the Reader Prize.
At the same time, the international jury, consisting of David Chipperfield, Odile Decq, Norman Foster, Jürgen Mayer H., Richard Meier, Volker Staab and Graham Stirk, will assess all the nominations from a professional point of view. They will then pick the winner of the DETAIL Prize 2012.
The results of the competition will be published on the DETAIL website in November 2012 as well as in the DETAIL magazine. The two winners will also be honoured in the framework of the prize awards ceremony in Berlin on 22 November 2012. In the capital, the prize winners will meet well-known personalities from the international architecture and culture scene as well as from the areas of research, politics and industry.
The aim of the prize is to enhance the importance of architecture in social discourse, to strengthen the role of architects in public life and to reinforce the network of architects, industry, clients and politics. We are extremely pleased that these goals support the BAU 2013 world expo as the joint organiser with DETAIL, on the one hand, and the company Josef Gartner, on the other. You can also take part in this dialogue by choosing your favourites for the DETAIL Reader Prize.

Nominated projects

  • acaa / Kazuhiko Kishimoto: Wind-dyed house, Yokosuka Kanagawa, Japan
  • CZITA Architects: Chapel in the woods, Pannonhalma, Hungary
  • kadawittfeldarchitektur: adidas Laces, Herzogenaurach, Germany
  • landau + kindelbacher architekten – innenarchitekten GmbH: Visitor Information Centre Messel Pit, Germany
  • Zaha Hadid Architects: Riverside Museum, Glasgow, Great Britain
  • Lischer Partner Architekten Planer AG: EFH Vitznau, Vitznau, Switzerland
  • Helen & Hard AS: Vennesla library, Vennesla, Norway
  • Diane Heirend & Philippe Schmit architects: Villa Vauban museum – museum of art of the city of Luxembourg, Luxembourg
  • Architekturbüro Horváth: Pädagogische Hochschule, Chur, Switzerland
  • Stump & Schibli Architekten BSA: Universitäts-Kinderspital beider Basel, Basel, Switzerland
  • Magén arquitectos: Administrative Regional Center for the Development of local Alabaster, Hijar (Teruel), Spain
  • FAR frohn&rojas: Goethe-Institut, Santiago de Chile, Chile
  • .pg1 architekten: Kronenraumforschungsturm, Hornungstal bei Trippstadt, Germany
  • Penzel Valier AG: Tramdepot Bern, Switzerland
  • Atelier Kempe Thill: Hip House, Zwolle, Netherlands
  • Line Ramstad, Albert Company Olmo, Jan Glasmeier: Temporary Dormitories for CDC Nursery School, Mae Sot, Thailand
  • Burger Rudacs Architekten: Visitor centre Puez Geisler nature park and primary school in Villnöß, Italy
  • Architekt DI Bernardo Bader: Islamic cemetery Altach, Austria
  • meck architekten: Heustadlsuite Taxhof, Bruck, Austria
  • vir.mueller architects: Woodwalk Showroom, New Delhi, India
  • Hild und K Architekten: Technical university of Munich – Building 0505, Munich, Germany
  • Max Dudler: Jacob-und-Wilhelm-Grimm-Zentrum, Berlin, Germany
  • ingenhoven architects: 1 Bligh Sydney, Sydney, Australia
  • Pitágoras - Arquitectura e Engenharia Integradas, Lda: Platform of Arts and Creativity, Guimarães, Portugal

Source: www.detail-online.com

21/08/2012

 

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