Winners of the exhibition-competition of architectural projects and built works during Interarch 2009
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TWELFTH WORLD TRIENNIAL OF ARCHITECTURE
INTERARCH'2009, SOFIA, BULGARIA
Exhibition-competition of architectural projects and built works
This 16th day of May 2009, the International Jury appointed in accordance with the rules of lnterarch'2009, the twelfth World Triennial of Architecture has held its session. The Jury Members:
Chairman: Georgi Stoilov (Bulgaria) vBrian Spencer (USA)
Jan Hoogstad (The Netherlands)
Kiyonori Kikutake (Japan)
Yuri Platonov (Russia)
Pierre Andre Dufetel (France)
Secretary: Lilo Popov (Bulgaria) vThe International Jury has noted that a total of more than 240 Projects and Built Works have been submitted from 18 countries from almost all-geographical regions of the world. The presented works reflected all the architectural problems of our age and fully accorded with the ideas of the Tenth World Triennial of Architecture. Many architects took part in this exhibition-competition. Taken as a whole, their works made a great contribution to the advancement of the world architecture both on a theoretical and a philosophical level. The Jury has remarked that the Exhibition-Competition is a contribution by architects from all over the world in their efforts to create a harmonious habitat, to provide the architectural heritage with contemporary values, to protect the environment, and to maintain a human scale in the process of modern construction.
The Jury has expressed their gratitude to the International Academy of Architecture, The Union of Bulgarian Architects and the University of Civil Engineering and Geodesy, Sofia, for the excellent organization and the professional atmosphere in which the session has been held. The presented projects have been analyzed in detail and have been carefully discussed and in accordance with the announced Prizes, The International Jury: Resolved to award:
FOR THE LAUREATES OF THE EXHIBITION-COMPETITION OF ARCHITECTURAL PROJECTS AND BUILT WORKS
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Wednesday, 30 December 2009 17:56