Winners of Bauhaus Museum Dessau competition

Bauhaus Museum Dessau competition
Bauhaus Museum Dessau competition
First Places – Gonzalez Hinz Zabala (Roberto González Peñalver, José Zabala Rojí, Anne Katharina Hinz), Landscape architect: Roser Vives de Delás

Late yesterday evening, the jury in the design competition for the construction of the Bauhaus Museum Dessau awarded two first prizes.

Bauhaus Museum Dessau competition
First Places – Young & Ayata (Michael Young, Kutan Ayata), Landscape architect: Misako Murata

The prize winners, selected by a majority decision with one dissenting voice, come from New York and Barcelona with the third and fourth prizes going to Zürich and Toronto.

Bauhaus Museum Dessau competition
Third Place – Berrel Berrel Kräutler AG (Maurice Berrel), Landscape architect: ASP Landschaftsarchitekten AG (Florian Seibold)

It was a long day of intense discussion covering all aspects of the project to build the Bauhaus Museum Dessau. In the end, the jury, voting by a majority with one dissenting voice, elected to give first place to two designs.

Bauhaus Museum Dessau competition
Fourth Place – Ja Architecture Studio (Nima Javidi), Landscape architects: JA Architecture Studio (Behnaz Assadi)

A further surprise came shortly before 10 p.m. when anonymity was lifted and it was revealed that the firms selected came from all over the world. The prizewinners are as follows:
FIRST PLACES

Bauhaus Museum Dessau competition
First Places – Gonzalez Hinz Zabala (Roberto González Peñalver, José Zabala Rojí, Anne Katharina Hinz), Landscape architect: Roser Vives de Delás

Architects: Gonzalez Hinz Zabala (Roberto González Peñalver, José Zabala Rojí, Anne Katharina Hinz), Barcelona/Spain

Bauhaus Museum Dessau competition
First Places – Gonzalez Hinz Zabala (Roberto González Peñalver, José Zabala Rojí, Anne Katharina Hinz), Landscape architect: Roser Vives de Delás

Landscape architect: Roser Vives de Delás, Barcelona/Spain

FIRST PLACES

Bauhaus Museum Dessau competition
First Places – Young & Ayata (Michael Young, Kutan Ayata), Landscape architect: Misako Murata

Architects: Young & Ayata (Michael Young, Kutan Ayata), New York/USA

Bauhaus Museum Dessau competition
First Places – Young & Ayata (Michael Young, Kutan Ayata), Landscape architect: Misako Murata

Landscape architect: Misako Murata, New York/USA

THIRD PLACE

Bauhaus Museum Dessau competition
Third Place – Berrel Berrel Kräutler AG (Maurice Berrel), Landscape architect: ASP Landschaftsarchitekten AG (Florian Seibold)

Architects: Berrel Berrel Kräutler AG (Maurice Berrel), Zurich/Switzerland

Bauhaus Museum Dessau competition
Third Place – Berrel Berrel Kräutler AG (Maurice Berrel), Landscape architect: ASP Landschaftsarchitekten AG (Florian Seibold)

Landscape architect: ASP Landschaftsarchitekten AG (Florian Seibold), Zürich, Switzerland

FOURTH PLACE

Bauhaus Museum Dessau competition
Fourth Place – Ja Architecture Studio (Nima Javidi), Landscape architects: JA Architecture Studio (Behnaz Assadi)

Architects: Ja Architecture Studio (Nima Javidi), Toronto/Canada

Bauhaus Museum Dessau competition
Fourth Place – Ja Architecture Studio (Nima Javidi), Landscape architects: JA Architecture Studio (Behnaz Assadi)

Landscape architects: JA Architecture Studio (Behnaz Assadi), Toronto/Canada

Bauhaus Museum Dessau competition
First Places – Gonzalez Hinz Zabala (Roberto González Peñalver, José Zabala Rojí, Anne Katharina Hinz), Landscape architect: Roser Vives de Delás

Claudia Perren, Director and CEO of the Bauhaus Dessau Foundation and building contractor, feels confirmed about the decision for an open competition. “We consciously decided for an open, anonymous announcement, to offer young offices and international architects a real chance.

Bauhaus Museum Dessau competition
First Places – Young & Ayata (Michael Young, Kutan Ayata), Landscape architect: Misako Murata

They have used their chance. The first prizewinners form New York and Barcelona and the other prizes are all international ones. This is a first-class competition.” Source by Bauhaus Museum Dessau.

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