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Hemos ganado el Premio Premio Mies van der Rohe 2015 al Arquitecto Emergente

Posted in Premios by ARQUITECTURA-G on mayo 11, 2015

Nuestro proyecto ‘Casa Luz’ ha sido distinguido con el Premio Mies van der Rohe al Arquitecto Emergente 2015. Los premiados han sido elegidos entre 420 obras de 36 países europeos. El galardón supone el reconocimiento arquitectónico más prestigioso de la Unión Europea y uno de los más acreditados a nivel internacional. La ceremonia de entrega se celebró el pasado 8 de mayo en el Pabellón Mies van der Rohe de Barcelona. En la foto, la maqueta de la casa.

El presidente del jurado Cino Zucchi, destacó los siguientes aspectos del proyecto:

The jury felt that the designers understood well and solved brilliantly the constructive and economic constraints of the project, a new structure inserted in the stone party walls of an existing town house. A direct dialogue with the client and the clear strategy to build the program around a new courtyard allowed the simple yet effective construction of this single house. The architects used the existing stone façades and adobe party walls to achieve very high spatial qualities with very cheap construction materials.

The Jury appreciated the simplicity and clarity of the spaces, their high environmental quality and the colour palette resulting from the terracotta tiles left unfinished, showing that a good architecture does not need to be expensive or spectacular.

In the evaluation process of an important award like the Mies van der Rohe one, the jury is called to observe and judge the architectural quality of projects, which are very different in their program, context, scale, and cultural milieu. Today Europe is confronting its rich and varied heritage with the great changes the environments and societies are going through. Apart from the great
differences still existing between its regions, we share the idea that the act of design, beside its necessary response to its functional and economic conditions, should enhance the comfort, the degree of social interaction, and the cultural life of its users.

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