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WINNERS OF THE EUROPEAN ARCHITECTURE AWARDS 2nd EDITION!


As previously announced we have the pleasure on this first day of September to announce the 21 shortlisted projects (3 in each category). Please note that the shortlisted projects have been published in random order.
The second edition of the European Architecture Awards was an outstanding success both in terms of number of entries (517!) and for the high-quality of the projects which made the work of the jury members very challenging and rewarding.
The 2020 pandemic has unfortunately made impossible the organisation of numerous planned events and social distancing has become and still will be in the months to come the general conduct: the European Architecture Awards are no exception to the rule therefore there will be no public awarding ceremony.
Winners will be personally contacted and their project will benefit from a major press dissemination and will also be published in the next issue of our Archi-News Printed magazine which will be printed and made available in November 2020.
Please discover below the list of the winning architects/projects and this in 7 categories:


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Find below HUBERT MIKOLAJCZYK, a young architecture graduate looking for an Internship. Mr. MIKOLAJCZYK has excellent skills and was one of the winning students form the 2019 Archi-World Academy edition. https://hubertmikolajczyk.pl/
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The Future Art Lab at the University of Music and Performing Arts, Vienna


Photographer: Toni Rappersberger
Photo © Pichler & Traupmann Architekten ZT GmbH

The new building for the Future Art Lab will complete the development of this special campus, which is reminiscent of Anglo-American models and is unique for Vienna. On account of this, and due also to it location at a prominent position, this building has a special importance, which makes it possible to especially accentuate the canon of the buildings on the campus at this point.

Photographer: Toni Rappersberger
Photo © Pichler & Traupmann Architekten ZT GmbH

This free-standing, embedded building which can very much be understood as an apparatus, accommodates the apartments of electro acoustics, composing, film and television and those for keyboard instruments.

Photographer: Toni Rappersberger
Photo © Pichler & Traupmann Architekten ZT GmbH

The building is seen as a pavilion which makes a gesture of opening towards the middle of the university and which can also respond to urban references.

Photographer: Toni Rappersberger
Photo © Pichler & Traupmann Architekten ZT GmbH
Photographer: Toni Rappersberger
Photo © Pichler & Traupmann Architekten ZT GmbH
Photographer: Toni Rappersberger
Photo © Pichler & Traupmann Architekten ZT GmbH

Technical sheet

Project name: Future Art Lab
Year: 2014
Project location: Wien 3
Function: University building (University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna)
Client: Bundesimmobiliengesellschaft m.b.H. (BIG) Vienna
Scope: Designer with responsibility for all design services
Project team
Alexander Tauber (project leader)
Mohammad Ekhlasi
Christoph Degendorfer
Patrik Drechsler
Klemens Gabriel
David Guisado
Barbara Jarmaczki
Joachim Kess
Daniel Moral T.
Jan Niklas Schöpf
Marvin Seifner
Milan Suchánek
Design team:
Bartosz Lewandowski (team leader)
Luca Baumgartner
Christoph Degendorfer
Peter Grandits
Fabian Lorenz
Start of planning: June 2014
Start of construction: Jan. 2018
Completion: Sept. 2020
Site area: 14.602 m²
Usable floor area: 6.210 m²
Built area: 2.072 m²
Gross floor area: 7.370 m² (sub: 2537,1, above: 4832,9)
Renderings: Visualisierung © Tomaselli . VISUAL SENSATIONS, Vienna
Photos: Toni Rappersberger, Vienna | Hertha Hurnaus, Vienna
Model: Harald Schmidt, Vienna
Award: 1st prize (EU-wide, not open competition)

Structural design / Project intern coordination / Project lead / Coordination of planning, Inspection engineer: Fritsch Chiari und Partner ZT GmbH Wien
Structural fire protection: Norbert Rabl ZT GmbH, Graz
MEP engineering: GAWAPLAN Ges.m.b.H., Wien
Elektro-/Fördertechnik: Kubik Project GesmbH, Gießhübl
Acoustics / sound protection: Müller BBM GmbH Planegg
Building physics: IC-Prause ZT GesmbH, Wien
Façade planning: MDE – Metal Design Engineering GmbH, Vöcklabruck
Studio planning (incl. site supervision): WSDG-E AG, Basel
Site supervision: Architekt Dipl. Ing. Erwin Stolz

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