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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On Friday 5 January, the International Property Awards were presented in London, as is the annual custom.
This prestigious prize evaluates real estate projects in various fields and categories.
The Belgian architecture firm Jaspers-Eyers Architects, with offices in Brussels, Leuven and Hasselt, is a returning laureate at the event. This year, the firm received a special honour. The new administrative centre of Etterbeek, a collaboration with the Brussels office BAEB, was elected Best International Architecture Project in the category Public Buildings.
The IPA jury consists of more than one hundred experts from different segments of the real estate industry. Each project is assessed on a number of criteria, such as design, quality, service, originality and sustainability.
Jaspers-Eyers Architects also won prizes in London with three other projects. Spectrum’ and ‘ZIN’ (the redevelopment of the WTC towers in Brussels, in collaboration with 51N4E and L’AUC) were elected best in Belgium, respectively in the office and mixed-use categories. The residential tower Eden Tower in Frankfurt – Germany (in association with TLBS and Jahn-MK) was voted Germany’s best in the High-rise category.
Click here for a summary of the online award ceremony and a short interview with architect Stefaan Van Acker and his colleague Emmanuel Bouffioux of BAEB.
Etterbeek City Hall
Address: Brussels, Belgium
Categories: Governmental, Office, Public services, Police
Status: under construction
Client: Commune d’ Etterbeek
End user: Commune d’ Etterbeek
Total surface: 20.000 m²
In coorporation with: BAEB Architects
Additional information: BREEAM Certificate : Very Good
Largest building in Brussels constructed according to the Passive House sustainability standard.