The first INTBAU Excellence Awards were presented on Thursday 19th February to very deserving winners and highly commended entrants in four categories: new building; urban design; community engagement; and emerging talent. A special Visionary Supporter award was also presented to INTBAU’s long-standing benefactor, Richard H. Driehaus.
Over 100 submissions were received from more than 20 architects, urban designers, and craftspeople from around the world. The awards selection panel, which was chaired by Anne Fairfax (ICTP member, Fairfax & Sammons Architects), had a very difficult time selecting the winners from such a large number of outstanding submissions.
Other selection panel members included Michael Lykoudis (ICTP member, Dean of the University of Notre Dame School of Architecture), Robert Adam (INTBAU UK Chair, ADAM Architecture), Maria Sanchez (ICTP member, Estudio Urbano), and Robbie Kerr (IYP member, ADAM Architecture).
WINNER: Shriram Junior High School, Uttar Pradesh, India (Deependra Prashad Architects and Planners)
HONOURABLE MENTION: Frist Residence, Alys Beach, Florida (Khoury & Vogt Architects) and 198-202 Piccadilly, London, United Kingdom (ADAM Architecture)
WINNER: Brandevoort, The Netherlands (KK Urbanism Architecture Landscape)
HONOURABLE MENTION: Proposed development of Corviale, Rome (Ettore Mazzola) and Whitfield urban extension, Dover, United Kingdom (ADAM Architecture)
WINNER: Earth building and architecture workshops in southern Morocco (Terrachidia)
HONOURABLE MENTION: Morrison Family Education and Outreach Pavilion (Aimee Buccellato)
WINNER: Joachim Tantau
HONOURABLE MENTION: Thomas Greenaway and Robert Cox
On behalf of the trustees and staff of INTBAU UK and the selection panel for the 2015 INTBAU Excellence Awards, thank you to all those who submitted their work, and congratulations to the award winners and highly commended entrants.
We look forward to your submissions for the next INTBAU Excellence Awards!