Set up in 1982 by the architect Philippe Rotthier, this triennial architectural award is one of the rare prizes rewarding projects that consciously identify with the traditional concept of the town or city as seen through European eyes.
The prize has a twofold objective : on the one hand, to draw attention to contemporary urban architectural works that are often ignored by critics and the specialized press and, on the other hand, to raise the architectural of the public, elected representatives and sponsors. The prize is organized by the Fondation pour l'Architecture which also arranges exhibitions and publications devoted to the winning projects. These are selected by a jury comprising European personalities from the world of art and architecture.
RECEPTION OF ENTRIES
Entry files must be sent to the CIVA Foundation, for the attention of Lauréline Tissot, 55 rue de l’Ermitage, B-1050 Brussels (Belgium). Closing date: 30 April 2017
The file in A3 format, of 20 pages maximum, should include all documents of use in understanding the work (plans, cross-sections, photographs before and after) as well as contact details of the natural person or corporate entity submitting the entry file, the name of the architect and of the contracting authority. Works entered for the prize must have been built within the last five years. Entry files must be in French or English and will not be returned.
The international jury, consisting of a dozen prominent European figures from a range of professional backgrounds, will meet on 23 and 24 June 2017 under the presidency of Maurice Culot. The final list of jury members will be posted on the website www.rotthierprize.be. The results will be announced in the press and candidates will be notified by email.
An amount of 30,000 euros, possibly split between several entries and a special prize of 5,000 euros, are being made available to the jury by the prize founder, Philippe Rotthier.
PRIZEWINNERS, EXHIBITION AND PUBLICATION
The prize-giving ceremony will take place at the CIVA Foundation on Saturday 14 October 2017 in the presence of the prizewinners and prominent European personalities. It will be followed by the inauguration of the exhibition of the prizewinning and mentioned works. These will also be included in a catalogue. A touring version of the exhibition is available on request.
The files and documents sent will not be returned. Candidates cede their rights to reproduction and communication of their documents to the Philippe Rotthier Foundation for Architecture.
Utolsó módosítás időpontja: 2016-10-25 13:25:16
Beküldő: Ulrich Tamás
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