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Winners of the 2013 IS ARCH Awards
Posted: Friday, May 24, 2013 |

The annual IS ARCH competition for architecture students and young architects has announced the winners of its second edition.

The competition jury, composed of Sou Fujimoto, Benedetta Tagliabue (EMBT), Tomislav Dushanov (Herzog & De Meuron), Taba Rasti (Foster + Partners ), Rik Nys (David Chipperfield Architects), and Carlos Ferrater (Technical University of Catalonia), looked through 153 submitted projects from all over the world. The final selection of the three winners, ten honorable mentions and thirty finalists was also greatly shaped by thousands of online votes on the IS ARCH competition website during the last few weeks.

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Close-up detail of the 1st Prize-winning entry by Adrià Escolano Ferrer

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Close-up detail of the 1st Prize-winning entry by Adrià Escolano Ferrer

1st Prize: Peripheral Lab 

Author: Adrià Escolano Ferrer
University: Escola Tècnica Superior d'Arquitectura de Barcelona (ETSAB)
Country: Spain

1st Prize: Peripheral Lab

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1st Prize: Peripheral Lab

2nd Prize: Built Earth 

Author: Gabriel Wulf
University: ETH Zürich
Country: Switzerland

2nd Prize: Built Earth

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2nd Prize: Built Earth

3rd Prize: e-BOX 

Authors: Marco Galli Caro and Ursula Oliva Reveco
University: University Mayor Santiago
Country: Chile

3rd Prize: e-BOX

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3rd Prize: e-BOX

Also check out the image gallery below to see the ten Honorable Mentions. All images courtesy of IS ARCH competition.

Honorable Mention: Honorable Mention: ACTIVITY-CONDENSER; Autor: Monica Lamela y Alberto Sánchez; University: Politécnica de Madrid (ETSAM); Country: Spain
Honorable Mention: BEYOND the limit; Autor: Eftalia Proïos Torras; University: ETSAB (UPC); Country: Spain Honorable Mention: Food waste; Autor: Irene Ayala Castro; University: University Europea de Madrid; Country: Spain
Honorable Mention: Manglar en emergencia; Autor: Luis Romero Martínez; University: University Europea de Madrid; Country: Spain
Honorable Mention: MULTISCALE exchanges; Autor: RICARDO MAYOR LUQUE; University: Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura de la University de Alcalá de Henares (Madrid); Country: Spain Honorable Mention: Neighborhood for Chinese citizens in the district of Chamberí; Autor: Adrián Úbeda Beltrán; University: University Politecnica de Madrid. Escuela Tecnica Superior de Arquitectura de Madrid; Country: Spain Honorable Mention: Organic infrastructure for life. Regeneration of a quarry.; Autor: Maria Rius Ruiz; University: ETSAB. Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura de Barcelona; Country: Spain
Honorable Mention: URBANOGRAM - Revitalization of the Poniatowski viaduct and bridge; Autor: Monika Ryszka; University: Cracow University of Technology; Country: Poland Honorable Mention: Urban Rehab: Nested Infrastructures; Autor: Aisha Alsager and Joanne Hayek; University: Columbia University, GSAPP; Country: USA


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Comments:
AndersonCoopiblau
Sunday, May 26, 2013
Suspect the winning entry looks just like a Sou Fujimoto project.

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