Award Ceremony Europan NL 15
AIR and Europan NL are pleased to invite you for the Award Ceremony of the 15th edition of Europan. Join the discussion on ‘Productive Rotterdam’, and learn from the bright ideas of the twelve winning teams.
This is a unique moment in the Europan competition, where the ideas of engaged young architects meet the expertise of the jury, chaired by Jacob van Rijs (MVRDV), the City of Rotterdam, private partners and city makers. In dialogue, they will reflect on the winning entries, and discuss new ways of working and living in the city.
Europan 15 x Productive Rotterdam
Rotterdam wants to lead the way in the renewal of the productive city and in the development of innovative living and working environments. This fits in with her tradition of architectural experimentation and her widely supported belief in the social and economic development power of architecture. As she is growing, the city aims to build 50,000 new homes in the next decade. The question is how, as Rotterdam is looking for ‘good growth’: building a compact, circular, productive, healthy and inclusive city with equal opportunities for everyone.
Celebrating young talent
Europan NL and the Rotterdam Architecture Institute (AIR) have set up a partnership for Europan 15. Together with the City of Rotterdam and private partners, Europan 15 investigates ‘good growth’ of the city through innovative ideas of young design teams. Five Rotterdam locations have been selected that are each exemplary for the current challenges the city faces.
Programme Award Ceremony
When: Monday March 9, 2020, 20:00-22:00 hrs (doors open at 19:30 hrs and drinks afterwards)
Where: De KROON, Schiemond 20-22, 3024 EE Rotterdam
Registration: Free entrance, but registration is required via Eventbrite.
19:30 Doors open & possibility to view the visual presentation of the winning entries
20:00 Welcome by Europan NL & the City of Rotterdam
20:15 Exploring Europan 15 sites, talents & challenges
21:45 Official Award Ceremony
Results Europan 15 NL
This Europan edition, the challenges in Rotterdam turned out to be popular amongst young architects. From the 901 projects that have been submitted on the 47 European sites in 12 countries, 123 proposals were submitted for the five Rotterdam sites.
The winners are:
– WINNER: Makers’ Maze
Authors: Erica Chladova (CZ, architect), Izabela Slodka (PL, architect).
– RUNNER: Platform of Commons
Authors: Alexandra Chairetaki (GR, architect urbanist), Alessandra Farina (IT, architect).
– WINNER: Hybrid Parliament
Authors: Miquel Ruiz (ES, architect), Joan Gener (ES, architect), Adrià Orriols (ES, architect). Collaborators: Daniel Gomez Massana (ES, architect), Ariana Ribas Garcia (ES, architect).
– RUNNER-UP: Coop*Work*Park
Authors: Anna Pierotello (IT, architect), Virginia Chiappa Nunez (IT, architect).
– WINNER: Rambla + Kapsalon
Author: Guillem Colomer (ES, architect).
– RUNNER-UP: Productive Void
Authors: Michael Daane Bolier (NL, architect), Dorus Meurs (NL, architect).
– SPECIAL MENTION: Rotterdam Housing-Hub
Author: David Tantimonaco (IT, architect).
– WINNER: Hartland
Authors: Zuzana Jancovicova (SK, landscape architect), Davor Dusanic (SI, landscape architect), Katarina Labathova (SK, architect), Ida Bjallerbæk Pedersen (DK, architect).
– RUNNER-UP: Semi-Urban
Authors: Gijs De Haan (NL, architect urbanist), Corné Strootman (NL, landscape architect), Vincent Peters (NL, landscape architect).
– WINNER: Team Brainpark
Authors: Wouter Keizer (NL, architect), Ule Koopmans (NL, architect). Collaborators: Douwe Strating (NL, architect), Lieke De Jong (NL, landscape architect), Anna Decker (NL, sociologist).
– SPECIAL MENTION: Building upon Brainpark
Authors: Kevin Westerveld (NL, architect), Nima Morkoc (NL, architect), Hedwig Van Der Linden (NL, architect), Lars Kloeg (NL, architect).
– SPECIAL MENTION: Elegy for the Office Park
Authors: Andrea Bit (IT, architect), Maciej Wieczorkowski (PL, architect), Robert Van Der Pol (NL, landscape architect).
EUROPAN 15 NL ROTTERDAM:
Initiated by Stichting Europan NL, in full-partnership with Rotterdam Architecture Institute (AIR).
Launching partner: City of Rotterdam, department of urban development.
Partners: AM, BPD, Dudok Group, ERA Contour, Heijmans and Woonstad.
Supported by: Creative Industries Fund NL.