The project, completed in January 2023 by the Spanish studio, was awarded with the highest honour in the latest BigMat International Architecture Award, recieving the Grand Prize for Architecture and National Prize for Spain in Architecture category.
This special edition features two Grand Prizes: BigMat Grand Prize for Architecture awarded to Fish Market in Roquetas de Mar, Spain, by Estudio ACTA and Grand Prize for Small-Scale Residential awarded to Casa no Tâmega, Portugal, by Hugo Ferreira and Nuno Melo Sousa.
Architects Without Architecture is a nod to a landmark exhibition: Architecture Without Architects. Curated by Bernard Rudofsky for the New York Museum of Modern Art in 1964, it celebrated the beauty of what is known as vernacular architecture.
“Balkrishna Doshi. Architecture for All,” a project by the Vitra Design Museum and the Wüstenrot Foundation in collaboration with the Vastushilpa Foundation, lands at the Museo ICO to showcase, for the first time in Spain, the work of the only Indian architect honored with the Pritzker Prize.
The 6th edition of the BigMat International Architecture Award’23 seeks to once more acknowledge architectural achievements that have been realized within the past four years in the seven countries where the BigMat brand is present.
Coinciding with the XX Architecture Week, the COAM (Official College of Architects of Madrid) will inaugurate the exhibition “Antonio Palacios: The Whisper of History, the Noise of Time,” curated by José Luis Varela Alén and Ricardo Sánchez Lampreave.
Four installations created through an unconventional dialogue between artists, architects, designers, philosophers and botanists to tell the story of a place and its nature.
Architect Ángela García de Paredes chosen as Royal Academy of Fine Arts of San Fernando Academic Member
During a plenary session held on June 5th, the Corporation elected Ángela García de Paredes, Spanish Jury Member for the BigMat Architecture Award 2023, as a full academic member for the Architecture Section.
Focusing on seven distinct hydrogeographies, Fertile Futures commissions young architects, in collaboration with experts from other areas of knowledge, to present propositional models for a more sustainable tomorrow, in non-hierarchical cooperation between disciplines, generations, and species.
The Frac Centre-Val de Loire is organizing a monographic exhibition showcasing the works of the UFO group of architects, drawn from its collection and private archives.