THE SUCCESS OF CONTEMPORARY SOLUTIONS IN MAINTAINING THE ORIGINAL SPIRIT OF HERITAGE, AND AMBITION IN ORDER TO REASSERT AND DISSEMINATE ITS VALUE - THE COMMON THREADS RUNNING THROUGH THE WINNING ENTRIES OF THE EUROPEAN AWARD FOR ARCHITECTURAL HERITAGE INTERVENTION AADIPA
- The reconversion of a landmark building in Barcelona (formerly home to a workers’ cooperative) for use by local residents; the renovation of a square that reflects the complex and diverse history of Albania; the urban renewal of a deprived neighbourhood in Porto; the recovery of a historical centre in Cantabria or an initiative that fosters built heritage as cultural capital both for the population of Equatorial Guinea and for tourism are among the winners of the 4th edition of the European Award for Architectural Heritage Intervention AADIPA . The jury, which has highlighted the success of these contemporary solutions in maintaining the original spirit of heritage, has selected 12 finalists, four winning projects, one special mention and one special restoration award from a total of 239 works.
- The European Award for Architectural Heritage Intervention AADIPA is a biennial award organised by the COAC (Association of Architects of Catalonia) and the AADIPA (Association of Architects for the Defence and Intervention in Architectural Heritage), sponsored by the Ministry of Culture of the Government of Catalonia and Barcelona City Council. This fourth award, with a record number of participants and from a wide variety of countries, is cementing its international reputation and renown.
Barcelona, 14 June 2019_ The winners of the 4th European Award for Architectural Heritage Intervention AADIPA have been announced by the jury on 13 June at the COAC headquarters in Barcelona. The announcement of the 12 finalists, one special mention and five winning works was made during the 4th International Architectural Heritage Intervention Biennial AADIPA.
The awards have been presented by the Right Honourable Maria Àngela Vilallonga Vives, Minister of Culture of the Government of Catalonia; Mr Marc-Aureli Santos, Director of Urban Architecture and Heritage of the Deputy Manager’s Office for Urban Planning of Barcelona City Council; Mr Gonçal Marqués Sagnier, Project Manager - Head of Operations of the Catalan Land Institute; Mr Antoni Vilanova, President of the AADIPA; and Ms Assumpció Puig, Dean
of the Association of Architects of Catalonia.
Given the wide range of the submitted projects, the international jury of the award has wished to highlight not only the professionalism and architectural quality of the entries but also their capacity to demonstrate that a contemporary intervention can keep alive the original spirit and ambition of these elements in order to disseminate and boost architectural heritage.
In category A) Intervention in built heritage, the jury, in a first round of evaluations and taking into account the decision of the Award management to give visibility to a large number of works in this category and in category B, announced a list of 15 shortlisted works on 30 May, from which, following its final deliberation, it has selected four finalists, which are:
- Civic Centre Lleialtat Santsenca by H Arquitectes (Barcelona, Spain)
- Ilha da Bela Vista by Cerejeira Fontes Architects and LAHB (Porto, Portugal)
- Parliament of Canton Vaud by Bonell i Gil Arrquitectes and Atelier Cube (Lausanne, Switzerland)
- New access to the historical centre of Gironella by Carles Enrich Studio (Barcelona, Spain)
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