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  • Piranesi Award 2018

    The 36th PDA conference was concluded by solemn ceremony of 2018 Piranesi Award. Honorable speech was by state secretary Aleš Prijon from Ministry of Enviroment and Spatial Planning of the Republic of Slovenia who conferred the awards together with Barbara Radovan, general director of Spatial planning, Construction and Housing Directorate at Ministry of Enviroment and Spatial Planning of the Republic of Slovenia. Opening speech was by Slovene national selector Andrej Hrausky.

    Piran, 16 November 2018

    Piranesi Award is conferred since 1989, this year for the jubilee 30th time in a row. The international jury for the 2018 Piranesi Awards met on 16 November 2018 in Monfort Exhibition hall in Portorose. Members of the jury, traditionally composed of every year Piran lecturers, were:
    Valerie Mulvin, president of the jury
    Matteo Bolgan
    Eduard Callís
    Aljoša Dekleva
    Tina Gregorič
    Gernot Hertl
    Palmar Kristmundsson
    Niall McCullough
    Guillem Moliner
    Amir Vuk Zec

    The jury was led by Eva Mavsar, Spela Kuhar and Tatjana Sirk. Glass sculpture for Piranesi Award is designed by young Slovene architect Ajda Racman who won 1st prize at student tender, organized in 2017 by Dessa Gallery and Ljubljana Academy of Fine Arts and Design. The sculpture was made in famous Steklarna Rogaska.
    Each winner also receives design product of well-known Slovenian designer Niko Kralj, donated by our sponsor RexKralj.

    63 projects were exposed at 2018 Piranesi exhibition. 41 architectural projects were nominated by national selectors from 9 European countries: Austria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Slovakia, Slovenia and Serbia.
    22 students’ projects were nominated by students’ selectors from 12 European Faculties of Architecture from Graz, Vienna, Spittal, Split, Zagreb, Pescara, Trieste, Budapest, Ljubljana, Maribor, Thessaloniki and AA London. The criteria of selection for the Piranesi exhibition were:

    Considered setting in an urban or natural space
    Spatial and design accordance with the context
    Contemporary innovative spatial plan and layout
    Respectful approach to the natural and cultural heritage
    Contemporary understanding of traditional and autochthonous architectural elements
    Innovative details
    Considered use of color, materials, texture and light

    After considering all the projects, jury decided that awards go to:

    International 2018 Piranesi Student Honorable Mention
    Terrain Anamorphosis, Thessaloniki, Greece, 2018
    Students: Antonia Gerogianni, Zoi-Niki Eleftheriadi; Mentors: Aleka Alexopoulou, Anastasia-Sasa Lada

    The jury was positive about the concerns of the students. They were dealing with the problems of the planet survival, such as water salt, olive oil, bees. Water is the sense to this project and at the same time is the engine which transforms the site. The scheme gives you the capacity to dream. The outstanding level of the artistic representation meets smart engineering. Industrial brown fields are given back to the nature and form, and start new life.

    International 2018 Piranesi Honorable Mention
    Workshop Garage, Suzzara, 2016
    Architects: Studiospazio

    An elegantly simple solution which suggests far more than the brief. It’s an iconic object well beyond the ordinary. It’s a gesture before architecture. With an ingenious structural solution.

    International 2018 Piranesi Honorable Mention
    Basilica and spiritual house in Mariazell, 1992-2018
    Architects: Feyferlik / Fritzer
    The jury summarizes the project as a collection of radical yet patient interventions into an enormous religious complex over the course of more than two decades. Each task is treated with the same attentiveness, regardless of the importance of the programs such the gallery, corridor or visitor study rooms. The project does not have a common language, but it has a particularity in relation to each event. The jury had noted the authors incorporated “time” into the project.

    International 2018 Piranesi Award goes to:
    Galerie n09 – z33, Hasselt, Belgium, 2018
    Architect: Francesca Torzo

    The new elements complete the existing in a way that enhances the spatial experience. The jury was positive about inventiveness on two levels: in terms of spatial organization as series of outdoor and indoor spaces and their specific transitions, and very experimental approach to redefine materiality. An outer skin reinterprets the facades of the existing buildings, the new and old melt together seamlessly. Dramatic, complex transitions between the outdoor and indoor provoke you to go inside. The building is part of the city and needs its surrounding to generate its quality.

    Shortlist_ 5 projects from architects:
    Mali arsenal, Centar za posjetitelje HERA, Zadar
    Architects: Iva Letilović, Igor Pedišić

    The Hug, Housing, Aghios Ioannis Detis, Naoussa, Paros, Cyclades, Greece, 2017
    Architects: React Architects: Natasha Deliyianni, Yiorgos Spiridonos

    Hotel Pacherhof, Oberneustift-vahrn, 2018
    Architects: BergmeisterWolf

    Water Paths: Renovation of Chryssafitissa Square in Monemvasia Castle, South Peloponnese, Greece, 2016
    Architects: Elena Zabeli – MoY studio

    Cemetery in Dolní Břežany, Dolní Břežany, Czech Republic, 2016
    Architects: Zdeněk Sendler and Radka Táborová / Ateliér zahradní a krajinářské architektury Sendler – Babka

    Shortlist_ 5 projects from students:
    The conceptual design of the renovation of the Franciscan monastery in Ljubljana, master’s thesis, 2018
    student: Andraž Keršič; Mentor: prof. Maruša Zorec; Co-Mentor: doc. Rok Žnidaršič

    The public space as an opportunity for the regeneration of the urban resides of the cities through the theme of water
    The case study of the ancient Pignatelli water deposit in Zaragoza, Spain, 2018
    Student: Sara D’Ottavi; Mentor: Prof. Arch. Alberto Ulisse

    House of Religions – Hohenems, Austria, 2018
    Student: Anna Breuer; Mentor: Levente Szabó DLA

    Valkane Swimming Pool, Pula, Croatia, 2018
    Student: Rudolf Martinović; Menthors: Tonči Žarnić, Marina Bertina

    Tanzquartier Ljubljana / Theater Academy Forum
    Student: Saša Sever; Menthors: Hans Gangoly, Eva Sollgruber