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The winners of the tenth edition of the Dedalo Minosse Award have been announced. This event which refers to architectural buildings that have already been created, focuses attention on the commissioning client and has just finished. It is an event aimed at recognizing, discussing and reflecting on the role of those who invest money, thought and time in improving the world we live in.
With 2016/2017 being its tenth edition, the Dedalo Minosse Award is celebrating twenty years of existence and has created the Andrea Palladio Award, a special prize to mark the occasion which will be given to an outstanding client who has distinguished himself for particularly enlightened and constant activities over the last twenty years. There was a great deal of participation in this edition with over 400 entries received from almost 40 countries from around the world.
There are 4 major Awards and 10 Special Awards
while 10 commissioning clients receive special mentions and 51 are published. The winning projects will be featured in a multimedia exhibition open to the public from 24th June to 16th July 2017 at the Palazzo Chiericati Civic Museum in Vicenza which will tell their story through drawings, photos, plastic mock-ups and videos as well as a review of the international commission that will bring together over 70 works created over the last 5 years.
Below are the winning projects while for more information go to the
www.dedalominosse.org site.


DEDALO MINOSSE INTERNATIONAL AWARD FOR COMMISSIONING A BUILDING

Commissioning Client: Région Hauts de France

Project: Philippe Prost AAPP

Title: The ring of remembrance

Construction 2014, Ablaint Saint Nazaire, Hauts de France, France

 

DEDALO MINOSSE INTERNATIONAL AWARD FOR COMMISSIONING A BUILDING – OCCAM UNDER 40

Commissioning Client Lilia Bazán  

Project EDAA Luis Arturo García, Design team: Juan Hernández, Jahir Villanueva, Antonio Rivas, Ana Rodríguez, Diego Ruíz, Construction team: Hans Álvarez, Yolibel Allende

Title Casa Meztitla 

Construction 2013, Tepoztlán, Morelos, México 

ALA ASSOARCHITETTI – FONDAZIONE INARCASSA AWARD

Commissioning Client: Alastair Holberton

Project: Lazzarini Pickering architetti

Title: “The Bluff” Villa in the Chilterns

Construction 2013, The Chilterns, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom

ALA ASSOARCHITETTI – UNDER 40 AWARD

Commissioning Client Ville de Gembloux – Benoît  Dispa

Project DEMOGO studio di architettura 

Title Polo Municipale di Gembloux

Construction 2015, Gembloux, Namur, Belgium

Andrea Palladio Award

ANDREA PALLADIO AWARD ITALY

Commissioning Client: Reinhold Messner

Project: Karl Spitaler, Robert Danz , Arnold Gapp, Werner Tscholl, Paolo Faccio, Enzo Siviero, EM2 Architekten Gerhard Mahlknecht, Kurt Egger, Heinrich Mutschlechner, Zaha Hadid Architects

Title: MMM Juval – Castelbello (BZ), MMM Ortles – Solda all’Ortles (BZ), MMM Firmian – Castel Firmiano (BZ), MMM Dolomites – Cibana di Cadore (BL), MMM Ripa – Brunico (BZ), MMM Corones – Plan de Corones Brunico – Marebbe (BZ).

Construction 1995-2015 Provincia di Bolzano e Provincia di Belluno, Italia

ANDREA PALLADIO INTERNATIONAL AWARD

Commissioning Client: Fernando Zobel de Ayala – Ayala Land

Project: William Higgins; AECOM – Master Planner; Leandro V. Locsin & Partners – Club House; Architecture International – Sea Breeze Verandas; Leandro V. Locsin & Partners; SOM and Leandro V. Locsin & Partners; Casas+ Architects; Callison RTKL; GF & Partners; Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM), PRSP; Conrad T. Onglao & Associates; Lor Calma & Partners

Title: Anvaya Cove, Ayala Museum, Ayala Triangle Garden, Ayala Tower One, Bonifacio Global City Arts Center, Greenbelt, Nuvali Evoliving Center, Pangulasian Island, Roxas Triangle, The Mind Museum

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Cristina Bigliatti

Cristina Bigliatti

«Sono una persona profondamente superficiale» e «seguo sempre la cosa più facile, perché se è la più facile, allora è anche la migliore». Scrivo d'Arte contemporanea. Dici di non saperne nulla? «Non ti preoccupare, non c'è niente che riguarda l'arte che uno non possa capire». (Andy Warhol)

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