The BigMat ’21 Jury Meeting took place last friday at the Technical University of Madrid – School of Architecture. The international Jury reviewed the selected projects from the over 1000 entries submitted in this year’s edition of the prize.
The Natural History of Architecture highlights the natural, physical, biological and climatic causes that have influenced the course of architectural history and caused its figures to emerge, from prehistory until today.
Today we rediscover the BigMat ’17 National Prize for Italy, an example of seamless integration within a complex urban setting, as it successfully fuses the traditional old warehouse styling with the stereometric volume of the multi-storey car park.
The work of the Paris-based office founded by Stéphanie Bru and Alexandre Theriot –upcoming member of the jury panel of the ‘21 BigMat Architecture Award- will be the main focus of the “Swiss Architectural Award 2020 exhibition”.
Who will follow the Portuguese architect Eduardo Souto de Moura, winner in 2019, as the new Grand Prize? More than one thousand projects have been submitted to this year’s edition of the BigMat Architectural Award.
How do today’s architects design our homes? How have notions of housing changed over the last generation? This exhibition analyses investigations and answers to these questions through the work of several architects.