Laureates of Philippe Rotthier European Prize for Architecture 2014

The three laureates of the tenth session of the Philippe Rotthier European Prize for Architecture 2014 are:
Philippe Rotthier Grand Prize for the best intervention in a built landscape: Cooking school in a former slaughterhouse in Medina Sidonia, Spain, María Gonzalez, Juanjo López de la Cruz. SOL89, architects
Philippe Rotthier Prize for the best intervention in a social landscape : Le Candide social housing in Vitry sur Seine, France , Bruno Rollet Architect
Philippe Rotthier Prize for the best intervention in a natural landscape: House and office in Balsthal, Switzerland , Pascal Flammer, architect

The jury met on 20th and 21th June 2014. After having reviewed the 134 propositions, from 18 European countries and 8 outside Europe countries, the jury has decided to select 28 projects and to award, among them, a Grand Prix Philippe Rotthier and two prizes ex aequo. The jury has also decided to grant a special prize and to single out five projects for an honour. Please find enclosed the press release with the list of these works, that were awarded a prize by the jury. All this works will be presented in the catalogue of the exhibition, which will take place from 18th October to 23th November 2014 at the “Fondation pour l’Architecture” (CIVA) – 55 rue de l’Ermitage in Brussels – before being presented in other cities.
For more information www.rotthierprize.be

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