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Architecture Is Experimentation
Global Award for Sustainable Architecture

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By Jana Revedin and Marie-Hélène Contal

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Description

Should architecture be experimentation? And if so–and this need is more urgent than ever–how can we redefine architects as lifelong explorers, as they were at the time of the Bauhaus? This publication introduces the powerful positions of the 2023 laureates, who engage themselves in thinking and doing architecture otherwise and in teaching this to future architects by example and experience: Benedetta Tagliabue, Barcelona, Xu Tiantian, Beijing, and Simon Teyssou, Le Rouget, are architects who experiment with participatory processes in situated projects, through structural and material innovations with the people. Mette Ramsgaard Thomsen, architect and researcher from Copenhagen, composes and tests the biopolymeric building materials of the future. And the Amsterdam-based architect and artist Ronald Rietveld and Erik Rietveld, philosopher, experiment with the existing to give new meaning to our historical contexts.

 

Details

Weight 950 g
Dimensions 26 × 24,5 × 30 mm
With contributions by

Marie-Hélène Contal, Anupama Kundoo, and Jana Revedin

Laureates 2023

Benedetta Tagliabue, Barcelona – Xu Tiantian, Bejing – Simon Teyssou, Le Rouget-Pers – Mette Ramsgaard Thomsen, Copenhagen – RAAAF (Ronald Rietveld & Erik Rietveld), Amsterdam

Language

English

Features

Hardback, full color, stich bound, embossing

Size

24,5 x 26 cm / 9.6 x 12.2 in

Illustrations

approx. 100 illustrations

Page count

Approx. 160 pages

Publication Date

April 2024

ISBN

978-3-96680-027-3

About the Award

The Global Award for Sustainable Architecture was founded in 2006 by the architect and scholar Jana Revedin, together with the Cité de l’architecture & du patrimoine, the cultural partner of the award. The Global Award Community, which now consists of 80 contemporary architects from around the globe who have received the award, works towards a sustainable architectural ethics and fosters research, experimentation and transmission in the fields of sustainable architecture, urban renewal and academic social responsibility. It defines architecture as an agent of empowerment, self-development and civic rights.

The Global Award is under the patronage of UNESCO.

The scientific jury – chaired by Jana Revedin, founder and president of the Global Award for Sustainable Architecture – is composed of :
Catherine Chevillot, President, Cité de l’architecture et du patrimoine, Paris, France
Marie-Hélène Contal, architect, Dean of the Ecole Spéciale d’Architecture, Paris, France
Professor Dr. Jacopo Galli, architect, IUAV University, Venice, Italy
Professor Spela Hudnik, architect, Ljubljana University, Slovenia
Professor Dr. Deniz Incedayi, architect, Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University, Istanbul, Turkey
Prof. Dr. Jana Revedin, architect, founding president of the Global Award for Sustainable ArchitectureTM, Venice, Italy
Honorary member: Professor Chris Younès, psychosociologist, doctorate and HDR in philosophy, École Spéciale d’Architecture

Benedetta Tagliabue, Barcelona
San Giacomo Church
Spanish Pavilion for the World Expo in Shanghai
Santa Caterina Market

Xu Tiantian, Beijing
Teahouse
Brown Sugar Factory
Quarry No. 8: Book Mountain

Simon Teyssou, Le Rouget-Pers
Municipal Hall and Hiker’s Center
Requalification of public spaces, Chaliers
Stadium Jean Alric – Refurbishment of the Marathon stand

Mette Ramsgaard Thomsen, Copenhagen
Eco-Metabolistic Architecture – The Harvested
Eco-Metabolistic Architecture – The Designed
Eco-Metabolistic Architecture – The Living

RAAAF (Ronald Rietveld & Erik Rietveld), Amsterdam
Bunker 599
Deltawerk
Vacant NL

Global Award Winners 2007-2022

2022: Martin Rauch, Schlins, Vorarlberg – Anupama Kundoo, Auroville, Berlin – Okan Bal & Ömer Selçuk Baz, Yalin Architectural Design, Istanbul – Dorte Mandrup, Copenhague – Gilles Clément, Crozant

2021: Teresa Moller, Santiago – Solano Benitez & Gloria Cabral, Asuncion – Severiano Porto, Manaus – José Cubilla, Asuncion – Richard Sennett, London

2019: Rozana Montiel, Mexico – Werner Sobek, ILEK, Stuttgart – Ersen Gürsel, Istanbul – Ammar Khammash, Amman – Jorge Lobos, EAHR, Copenhagen

2018: Boonserm Premthada, Bangkok Project Studio, Bangkok – Raumlabor, Berlin – Marta Maccaglia, Associacion Semillas, Pangoa – Nina Maritz, Nina Maritz, Windhoek – Anne Lacaton & Jean-Philippe Vassal, Frédéric Druot, Paris

2017: Takaharu Tezuka + Yui Tezuka, Tokyo – Brian MacKay-Lyons & Talbot Sweetapple, Halifax – Assemble, London – Sonam Wangchuk, Leh, Ladakh – Paulo David, Funchal

2016: Patrice Doat, Grenoble – Derek van Heerden & Steve Kinsler, East Coast architects, Durban – Kengo Kuma, Tokyo – Gion Antoni Caminada, Vrin – Patama Roonrakwit, Case Studio, Bangkok

2015: Marco Casagrande, Helsinki – Santiago Cirugeda, Seville – Jan Gehl, Copenhagen – Juan Roman, Talca – Rotor, Brussels

2014: Christopher Alexander, Arundel – Tatiana Bilbao, Mexico – Adrian Geuze, West 8, Rotterdam – Bernd Gundermann, Auckland – Martin Rajnis, Prague

2013: José Paulo Dos Santos, Porto – Ted Flato & David Lake, Lake-Flato, San Antonio – Kevin Low, Kuala Lumpur – Marie Moignot & Xavier De Wil, MDW, Brussels – Al Borde, Quito

2012: Salma Samar Damluji, Beirut – Anne Feenstra, Kabul – Andreas Gjertsen & Yashar Hanstad, TYIN Tegnestue, Oslo – Philippe Madec, Paris – Suriya Umpansiriratana, Bangkok

2011: Shlomo Aronson, Jerusalem – Carmen Arrospide Poblete, Patronate MachuPicchu, Cuzco – Teddy Cruz, San Diego – Anna Heringer, Laufen – Vatnavinir, Reykjavik

2010: Steve Baer, Albuquerque – Phil Harris & Adrian Welke, Troppo, Darwin – Junya Ishigami, Tokyo – Giancarlo Mazzanti, Bogota – Snohetta, Oslo

2009: Patrick Bouchain Paris – Thomas Herzog, Munich – Bijoy Jain, Studio Mumbai, Mumbai – Francis Kéré, Berlin – Sami Rintala, Bodø

2008: Alejandro Aravena, Santiago – Fabrizio Carola, Naples – Andrew Freear, Rural Studio, Auburn – Philippe Samyn, Brussels – Carin Smuts, Cape Town

2007: Françoise-Hélène Jourda, Paris – Wang Shu & Lu Wenyu, Hangzhou – Hermann Kaufmann, Schwarzach – Stefan Behnisch, Stuttgart – Balkrishna Doshi, Ahmedabad

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