The Patrick Abercrombie Prize for Urban Planning and Design: L'AUC (France)
The Auguste Perret Prize for Technology in Architecture: Philip F. Yuan (China)
The Prize was attributed to Chinese professor and architect Philip F. Yuan for his “ability to expand the boundaries of architecture by using digital technology, 3D printing and robotic construction, and who manages to keep his projects human-centred by taking into consideration local materials and working with the community.”
The Jean Tschumi Prize for Architectural Writing: Anne Beim (Denmark) and Vladimír Šlapeta (Czech Republic)
Above: Anne Beim (Denmark) and below: Vladimír Šlapeta (Czech Republic)
The Robert Matthew Prize for Sustainable and Humane Environments: Hoàng Thúc Hào (Vietnam)
The Vassilis Sgoutas Prize for Implemented Architecture Serving the Impoverished: Marina Tabassum (Bangladesh) and Đoàn Thanh Hà (Vietnam)
Above: Marina Tabassum (Bangladesh) and below: Đoàn Thanh Hà (Vietnam)
Chaired by UIA President José Luis Cortés, the jury met in Beijing, China, on 27-30 April as well as virtually on 5 May to evaluate the nominations submitted by UIA Member Sections. For each prize, the jury was joined by one of the laureates of previous iterations. The international jury consisted of members of the UIA Bureau and laureates of previous editions.
The UIA will award the Gold Medal and Triennial Prizes during the Prize Ceremony at the UIA World Congress of Architects in Copenhagen, Denmark.
To see all the UIA Triennial Prize Winners, visit the Winners’ Gallery. The images have been submitted by the UIA Member Sections that nominated the laureates. Photo credits should be attributed to each laureate’s architectural firm. The images should only be used in reference to the announcement of the laureates’ respective prizes.
To read the Jury report, click here.