Young Talent Architecture Award 2020. Educating together

Young Talent Architecture Award 2020

The results of the third edition of the Young Talent Architecture Award, enriched in 2020 with a parallel award in Asia, will be presented as a Collateral Event of the 17th International Architecture Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia, in an exhibition opening on 22nd May.

The exhibition will take place in Palazzo Mora (European Cultural Centre) and will show all the projects participating in the award with models and publications of the winning projects as well as photos, drawings, videos and images of all the shortlisted, finalist and winner works. The 4 Winners of YTAA 2020 and the 3 Winners of the Asian edition of YTAA 2020 were announced on 5th October 2020 during an online event on the World Architecture Day and World Habitat Day.

On 28th September, an event will bring together the 7 Winners and the ten jury members as well as representatives from the organising institutions, sponsors and supporters. The participants will engage in several conversations on some of today’s most talked about topics regarding architecture.

The works selected for the exhibition are all excellent examples of the values of the New European Bauhaus, a movement to rethink and replan Europe which prioritises the environment through a cultural project in which design and sustainability are indissociable. These topics will become the starting point of the event’s dialogues and all the projects will also be published in the YTAA 2020 catalogue that will be presented during the event. Source and images Courtesy of YTAA.

The 4 Winners of YTAA 2020

  • “OASI” by Álvaro Alcázar Del Águila, Eduard Llargués, Roser Garcia, Sergio Sangalli from the Vallès School of Architecture of the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya – Barcelona Tech in Sant Cugat del Vallés, Barcelona (ES).
  • “Of f the Grid” by Willem Hubrechts from the Faculty of Engineering Science of the University of Leuven (BE).
  • “Stage for the City” by Monika Marinova from The Sir John Cass School of Art Architecture & Design of the London Metropolitan University in London (UK).
  • “Three places to inhabi t the mountain range in the Maule region” by Pía Montero, Maria Jesús Molina, Antonia Ossa from the School of Architecture of the University of Talca in Talca (Chile).

The 3 Winners of the Asia Edi t ion of YTAA 2020

  • “Yulgok street” by JiSoo Kim from the Hanyang University School of Architecture in Seoul (Korea).
  • “The Walls” by Peiquan Ma, Yuan Liu, Jing Cheng, Yuxuan Liang, Zi’ang Li, Ran An, Dian Guan, Ke Mu, Wenshu Shi, Runfeng Wang, Zhixuan Wang, Zhixiang Yang from the School of Architecture, Tianjin
    University and Thomas Albert Stanislas Barouh, Albert Parera Sánchez, Clemens Pörtner, Julien Pierre Claude Palisse, Angel Andres Fernandez, Mar Bartolomé Narbón, Maria Tarruellai Serra, Silje Charlotte Damhaug, Anne Sofie Solberg, Alexander Karim Tamer Minge Salim, Olav Bog Vikane, Pia Straumsnes Tangen, Aino Sofia Hakulinen, Drenusha Blakcori, Mathilde Grindland, Iga Masełkowska and Saimi Inkeri Järvinen from the Oslo School of Architecture and Design.
  • “Mending the gap: Landscape conservation for the island of Aliabet” by Shreeni Benjamin from the Faculty of Architecture of the CEPT University in Ahmedabad (India).

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