Europe 40 Under 40 Awards

Europe 40 Under 40 Awards 2018, Deadline, Winners, Architects, Prize, Dates, Deadline

Europe 40 Under 40 Award

European Architect Prize – Winners in 2016: Architecture – Buildings

31 Oct 2017

Deadline for Europe 40 Under 40 2018

November 1, 2017

Apply online at www.europeanarch.eu

10 Feb 2017

Europe 40 Under 40 Award 2016

Europe 40 Under 40 in 2016

ANNOUNCING EUROPE’S MOST IMPORTANT AND EMERGING YOUNG ARCHITECTS

AND DESIGNERS AS “EUROPE 40 UNDER 40” FOR 2016

The European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies and The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design are pleased to announce the selection of this year’s most promising and emerging design talent in Europe for 2016.

Forty architects and landscape architects and industrial designers were selected this year by a jury of architecture and design practitioners from The European Centre’s International Advisory Committee composed of some of Europe and the United States’ most prestigious architecture and industrial design offices.

Europe 40 Under 40 Awards

Geographically, the selected young recipients for the 2016 “Europe 40 Under 40®” hail from across ten European nations: Austria, France, Great Britain, Greeace, Italy, Republic of Kosovo, Portugal, Slovenia, Spain, and Turkey—the best of the young best of Europe.

“This year’s awarded Europe 40 Under 40,” states Christian Narkiewicz-Laine, Museum President, The Chicago Athenaeum, “are some of the brightest and most progressive architects and designers ever selected in this program over the years. Their work is highly innovative, densely imaginative, and full of a new spirit that characterizes European design today.”

The young European architects selected for 2016 provide an insight and an overview of the architectural scene in Europe, and with the aid of portraits and short explanatory texts, photographs of leading projects, featured agencies and architects and their websites.

Europe 40 Under 40 Laureates 2016

The 2016 “Europe 40 Under 40” Laureates are:

AUSTRIA
Michael Kogelnik VOCIER GmbH (Wr. Neustadt)

FRANCE
Michel Benjamin, Heams & Michel (Biot) 
Ilham LaraquiI, Laraqui Bringer Architecture (Paris) 
Agnès Guillemin, Agnès&Agnès architecture (Paris) 
Agnès Chryssostalis, Agnès&Agnès architecture (Paris) 
Ambroise Bera, Swan Architectes (Paris) 
Joachim Bellemin, Swan Architectes (Paris) 
Gregoire Dubreux, MU Architecture (Montréal, QC, Canada) 
Paul Le Quernec, Paul Le Quernec Architectes (Strausburg) 
Carlo Grispello, Graal Architecture (Montreuil) 
Yann Follain, WY-TO architects SARL (Paris) 
Evangelos Vasileiou, Evangelos Vasileiou architecture (Paris) 
Guillaume Aubry, Freaks (Paris) 
Nicolas Moreau, Moreau Kusunoki (Paris) 
Nicolas Vernoux-Thélot, Insitu Architecture (Paris) 
Pierre Audat, Pierre Audat Architecte (Paris) 
Jean-Marc Rio, Asario Architects (atelier scènes architectures) (Issy-les-Moulineaux) Emmanuel Sitbon, Sitbon Architectes (Paris) 
Yann Caclin, ABC-STUDIO (Nancy)

GERMANY
Dietmar Koering, ARPHENOTYPE, (Germany)


GREECE
G Iannis Giannoutsos, Giannis Giannoutsos Architecture (Athens) 
Roula Kotsilati, Roula Kotsilati Architecture (Athens/Berlin)

GREAT BRITAIN
Anthony Logothetis, Seóra Ltd. (London) 
Adam Tarr, MZO TARR Architects (London)

ITALY
Lukas Rungger, noa* – network of architecture (Bolzano BZ) 
Stefano Tropea, B22 (Milan, MI) 
 Onur Teke, Teke Architects (Milan)

KOSOVO
Naim Matoshi, Arcadis sh p k (Prishtina)

PORTUGAL
Vasco Matias Correia, Camarim Arquitectos (Lisbon)

SLOVENIA
Jure Kotnik, Arhitektura Jure Kotnik (Ljubljana)

SPAIN
Cristian Santandreu Utermark, A2arquitectos (Madrid) 
Josep Muñoz i Pérez MP Land.Art.scape.Architecture (Mataró) 
Arantza Ozaeta Cortazar, TALLERde2 Architects (Madrid) 
Alvaro Martin Fidalgo , TALLERde2 Architects (Madrid) 
Alfredo Muñoz, ABIBOO Architecture (Madrid) 
César Vivas, EVA Estudio Vivas Arquitectos (Barcelona) 
Cristian Vivas, EVA Estudio Vivas Arquitectos (Barcelona) 
Antonio G. Liñán, SV60 Cordón & Liñán Arquitectos (Sevilla)

TURKEY
Abdurrahman Cekim, Baraka Architects (İstanbul) 
Mert Eyiler, mert eyiler mimar atolyesi tic. ltd. şti (İstanbul) 


The “Europe 40 Under 40” program was initiated by The European Center as an bi-annual program to spotlight and identify the next generation of architects and designers who will impact future living and working environments, cities, and rural areas.

Presented bi-annually, the program is open to all young architects, landscape architects, urban planners, industrial designers, graphic designers, and fashion and textile designers who are under the age of 40 who are working independently or in a firm or on a specific project where they are the lead designer.

In 2016, hundreds of architecture and industrial design submissions for the 2016 program were received by The European Centre from across Europe.

“The jury selection and process was extremely difficult,” states Ioannis Karlias, Museum Vice President,The Chicago Athenaeum. “The jury was presented with hundreds of excellent projects and designs from skyscrapers and large —scale urban planning projects to the highest quality industrial designs for commercial and consumer use. It was difficult to narrow the number down to just 40.“

In the category of architecture, projects by the selected architects included: corporate architecture, skyscrapers, institutional projects, religious buildings, civic and political structures, planning projects, urban renewal, restoration/renovation, residential architecture for single family and multi-family dwellings, stores, residential or commercial interiors, sports and transportation centers, institutions, parks, monuments, and public environments.

In the category of industrial design: the latest consumer products were judged on the merit of design innovation with the emphasis on pushing the envelope on conventional methods and exploring new theories, ideas, and approaches to contemporary design.
The program is organized by Kieran Conlon, Director/COO and Fachanan Conlon, The European Centre.

“The idea that this program honors architects and designers from ten European nations attests to the meaning, strength, and validity of design in Europe today,” states Kieran Conlon, Director/COO, The European Center.” “The key,” Mr. Conlon continues, “is to bring wider recognition to 40 of the most promising emerging architects working in the European Union and other countries inside Europe, fostering and encouraging new talent and new creative thinking at the forefront of the profession today.” 



“Europe 40 Under 40” forms an exhibition that opens in February 24 at Contemporary Space Athens (74 Mitropoleos Street).
Many of the Europe 40 Under 40 Laurates will present their current work in a separate lecture series. After Athens, the exhibition is scheduled to travel inside Europe.
Information about the architects and designer together with their works can be found at The European Centre’s website at www.europeanarch.eu.

The deadline for the 2018 program is September 1, 2017.
Applications are available online at The European Centre’s website at www.europeanarch.eu

The European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies
28 Butlers Court, Sir John Rogersons Quay
Dublin 2, IRELAND TEL/FAX +353/(0) 1 6708781
Contemporary Space Athens
74 Mitropoleos Street, GR-105 36 Athens, TEL: +30/210 342 8511, FAX: +30/210 342 8512


30 Nov 2012

Europe 40 Under 40 Award 2012

Europe 40 Under 40 Laureates for 2012 announced.

Europe 40 Under 40
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KEVIN CHU – UNITED KINGDOM
JEROME VILLEMARD AND ERIC BARTOLO – FRANCE
MAG.ARCH. JURI TROY – AUSTRIA
NICOLAS TOURY, ANTOINE VALLET – FRANCE
ALEKSANDAR JANKOVIC – FRANCE
JOHANN FROELIGER – FRANCE
JAINE MAGÉN AND FRANCISCO J. MAGÉN – SPAIN
LUKAS GÖBL – AUSTRIA
ULRIK RAYSSE – DENMARK
BERARDO MATALUCCI – ITALY
BERRANGER JEROME – FRANCE
PEPE GASCÓN – SPAIN
STURARI JONNY, KOHLS JOHAN, PETIT CAMILLE – FRANCE
VLADO VALKOF – BULGARIA
BASAK AKKOYUNLU – TURKEY
CARLOS BARBA – FRANCE
ROMAN RUTKOWSKI – POLAND
SAMUEL DELMAS – FRANCE
PEDRO CAMPOS COSTA – PORTUGAL
MARIJN SCHENK – THE NETHERLANDS
JAN THEISSEN, SONJA NAGEL – GERMANY
BART REUSER – THE NETHERLANDS
ANNEMIEK BLEUMINK – THE NETHERLANDS
MICHEL SCHREINEMACHERS – THE NETHERLANDS
YIANNA BOUYIOUKOU – GREECE
BENJAMIN COLBOC – FRANCE
VOINCHET – FRANCE
VINCENT STÉPHANIE – FRANCE
PALATRE OLIVIER ET TIPHAINE LECLERE – FRANCE
CHRIS BRIFFA – MALTA
FREDERIC CHARTIER – FRANCE
DERIN SARIYER – TURKEY
CHRISTIANE BAUSBACK – GERMANY

http://www.chi-athenaeum.org/europe40/2012/_awards/indexl

15 Sep 2011

Europe 40 Under 40 Award 2011

“Europe 40 Under 40” is an annual initiative that spotlights the next generation of successful architects who will impact Europe’s future living and working environments, cities, towns, and rural areas in the decades to come.

Europe 40 Under 40 Award Winners

ALBUQUERQUE GOINHAS, PORTUGAL : EMBAIXADA ARQUITECTURA
ALEKSANDRA JAESCHKE, POLAND : STUDIO AION
ALISA ANDRASEK, CROATIA : BIOTHING LTD
ANDREA DI STEFANO, ITALY : STUDIO AION
AUGUSTIN ROSENSTIEHL, FRANCE : SOA ARCHITECTES
AUGUSTO MARCELINO, PORTUGAL : EMBAIXADA ARQUITECTURA
CRISTINA MENDONÇA, PORTUGAL : EMBAIXADA ARQUITECTURA
DANIEL JIMÉNEZ FERRERA, SPAIN : DANIEL JIMÉNEZ+JAIME OLIVERA_ARQUITECTOS
DIRK KROLIKOWSKI, ENGLAND : DKFS
DONALDAS TRAINAUSKAS, LITHUANIA : 4 PLIUS
ERIC FRIJTERS, THE NETHERLANDS : .FABRIC
ERIK GIUDICE, SWEDEN : ERIK GIUDICE ARCHITECTS
FALKO SCHMITT, GERMANY : DKFS
HAKAN DEMIREL, TURKEY : SUYABATMAZ DEMIREL ARCHITECTS
ILKKA SALMINEN, FINLAND : VERSTAS ARCHITECTS LTD
ISRAEL ALBA RAMIS, SPAIN : ESTUDIOAF
IVRY SERRES, FRANCE : ATELIER FERNANDEZ & SERRES
JAN AMMUNDSEN, DENMARK : 3XN
JOHANNA IRANDER, SWEDEN : STUDIO IRANDER
JUSSI PALVA, FINLAND : VERSTAS ARCHITECTS LTD
LUIS BAPTISTA, PORTUGAL : EMBAIXADA ARQUITECTURA
LYDÉRIC VEAUVY, FRANCE : TANK ARCHITECTES
MARCO PAVARANI, ITALY : IOTTI + PAVARANI ARCHITETTI
MAXIM LAROUSSI, IRELAND : ARCHITECTURE REPUBLIC
MIKKO KÄRKKÄINEN, FINLAND : TUNTO DESIGN
NUNO GRIFF, PORTUGAL : EMBAIXADA ARQUITECTURA
OLIVIER CAMUS, FRANCE : TANK ARCHITECTES
OLV KLIJN, THE NETHERLANDS : .FABRIC
PAOLO IOTTI, ITALY : IOTTI + PAVARANI ARCHITETTI
PEDRO PATRÍCIO, PORTUGAL : EMBAIXADA ARQUITECTURA
PIERRE SARTOUX, FRANCE : SOA ARCHITECTES
RIINA PALVA, FINLAND : VERSTAS ARCHITECTS LTD
SALWA MIKOU, FRANCE : MIKOU DESIGN STUDIO
SOFIA ANTUNES, PORTUGAL : EMBAIXADA ARQUITECTURA
STEFANIA PAPITTO, ITALY : EVELS&PAPITTO-B4ARCHITECTS
STEPHANE FERNANDEZ, FRANCE : ATELIER FERNANDEZ & SERRES
TOM DARMON, FRANCE : ANTONINI + DARMON
TSABIKOS PETRAS, GREECE : TSABIKOS PETRAS ARCHITECTS
VÄINÖ NIKKILÄ, FINLAND : VERSTAS ARCHITECTS LTD
VICTOR SALA BORI, SPAIN : COOKARQ
VINCENT VAN DER MEULEN, THE NETHERLANDS : KRAAIJVANGER URBIS

Europe 40 Under 40 Awards

The European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies, together with The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design, announce this year’s award selection for Europe 40 under 40 for 2011.

Europe 40 Under 40 recognizes the best emerging European design talent in the fields of architecture, landscape architecture, urban planning, and industrial design and their exceptional leadership contributions and achievements early in their professional careers.

Thirty-nine architects and landscape architects and one industrial designer were selected by a jury of architecture and design practitioners that convened in Seattle, Washington.

The Jury for Awards was held at the Seattle office of The American Institute of Architects and included the following architects and industrial design leaders: John Barratt, President/CEO, Teague; Alan Maskin, Principal, Olson Kundig Architects; and Rafael Vignoly, Design Principal, LMN Architects.

The winning 2011 Europe 40 Under 40 will form an exhibition during the XIII BA11- International Biennial of Architecture in Buenos Aires at Centro Cultural Recoleta (Junin 1930 C.P. 1113) opening October 8 and continuing through October 30, 2011. Plans are being formulated to travel the exhibition inside Europe in 2012.

This year’s program drew submissions from young architects and designers from all European Union (EU) countries, including accession countries and Switzerland.

Presented annually, the program is open to all young architects, landscape architects, urban planners, industrial designers, graphic designers, and fashion and textile designers who are under the age of 40 who are working independently or in a firm or on a specific project where they are the lead designer.

Geographically, this year’s Laureates for the 2011 “Europe 40 Under 40” arrive from across 16 European nations: Croatia, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Lithuania, The Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Turkey, Sweden, Spain—the best of the young best of Europe.

“Some of Europe’s most exceptional design talent was selected this year,” states Christian K. Narkiewicz-Laine, Museum President, The Chicago Athenaeum. “These young practitioners, currently designing and building some of the most provocative work today, promise to be riding the crest of the future in Europe.”

“The Europe 40 Under 40 program was initiated by the European and American institutions,” states Kieran Conlon, Director/COO, The European Center, “as an annual program to spotlight and identify the next generation of architects and designers who will impact future living and working environments, cities, and rural areas throughout Europe.

“This year’s range and quality of work was most substantial—from skyscrapers to art exhibitions,” continues Mr. Conlon. “New corporate architecture, institutional projects, religious buildings, civic and political structures, planning projects, urban renewal, restoration/renovation, residential architecture for single family and multi-family dwellings, stores, residential or commercial interiors, sports and transportation centers, institutions, parks, monuments, and public environments. It was difficult to narrow down the number of submissions to just 40.”

Closing date for 2012 Submissions for EUROPE 40 UNDER 40 is 1st November 2011 For further details visit www.europeanarch.eu Or Contact Mr. Kieran Conlon (info@europeanarch.eu) or Ms. Ira Livardioti (Ira@europeanarch.eu)

Previously:

7 Oct 2010

40 Under 40

“Europe 40 Under 40” is an annual initiative that spotlights the next generation of successful architects who will impact Europe’s future living and working environments, cities, towns, and rural areas in the decades to come.

The Europe 40 Under 40 deadline for 2010 is 1 Nov 2010

Apply online at www.europeanarch.eu.

Europe 40 Under 40

DUBLIN THE EUROPEAN CENTRE FOR ARCHITECTURE ART DESIGN AND URBAN STUDIES ANNOUNCES THE 2009 “EUROPE 40 UNDER 40” AWARDS FOR YOUNG, EMERGING ARCHITECTS, LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS, AND URBAN PLANNERS— ARCHITECTURE DEADLINE SEPTEMBER 1

In a bold attempt to identify the next, upcoming generation of European architecture practitioners, The European Centre for Architecture, Art, Design and Urban Studies announces the 2009 submission dates for the European-wide Awards Program that identifies, promotes, and exhibits the next generation of European architects under the age of 40.

“Europe 40 Under 40” is an annual initiative that spotlights the next generation of successful architects who will impact Europe’s future living and working environments, cities, towns, and rural areas in the decades to come.

Sponsored by KONE Corporation and presented with The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design, the program is open to all young architects, landscape architects, interior architects, and urban planners who are under the age of 40 as of December 31, 2008 and who are working independently or in a firm or on a specific project where they are the lead designer.

The 2009 submission deadline for ARCHITECTURE is SEPTEMBER 1, 2008.

“Europe 40 Under 40″ is open to European architects who are citizens of the European Union or in the countries of Switzerland, Norway, Iceland, Russia, Turkey, Lichtenstein, Albania, Monico, Croatia, Andorra, Serbia, Montenegro, Georgia, Bosnia-Hezergovina, Macedonia, Moldavia, Belarus, Azerbaijan, Canary Islands, Faeroe Islands, and San Marino. A total of 47 European nations.

The program is coordinated with The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design and Metropolitan Arts Press, Ltd.

“Europe 40 Under 40,” states Ioannis Karalias, Museum Vice President, The Chicago Athenaeum, “is an annual awards program designed to celebrate the next new talented generation of European architects. The program is directed to support new and emerging design talent that will influence the near future of European architectural design, thinking, and theory with the direct result of impacting future environments and future European and international cities. The key is to bring wider recognition to 40 of the most promising emerging architects working in the European Union and other countries inside Europe, fostering and encouraging new talent and new creative thinking at the forefront of the profession today.”

Qualified architectural designers are invited to submit one-to-three (1 to 3) projects (built or unbuilt) to be judged by a panel of distinguished architectural practitioners, developers, architectural journalists, educators, and critics.

Invited projects include corporate architecture, skyscrapers, institutional projects, religious buildings, civic and political structures, planning projects, urban renewal, restoration/renovation, residential architecture for single family and multi-family dwellings, stores, residential or commercial interiors, sports and transportation centers, insitutions, parks, monuments, and public environments.

Submissions are judged on the merit of design innovation with the emphasis of pushing the envelope beyond conventional methods and exploring new theories, ideas, and approaches to contemporary design. Additional criteria for evaluation includes the use of the latest building technologies, the investigation of new materials, the incorporation of energy conservation and environmental consciousness in design, a practical sensitivity to the environment and to urban and rural surroundings and conditions.

The jury will select individual architects on the basis of submitted work and the potential of their impact on the future of the profession.

The results of “Europe 40 Under 40” are announced in early 2009 and take the form of an exhibition that will open and travel inside Europe. The exhibition is also presented in The United States by The Chicago Athenaeum. A catalogue accompanies the exhibition and documents the work of the selected 40 architects.

KONE Corporation is dedicated to offer the best people flow experience by developing and delivering solutions that enable people to move smoothly, safely, comfortably and without waiting in buildings in an increasingly urbanizing environment. KONE provides its customers with industry-leading elevators, escalators and innovative solutions for modernization and maintenance, and is one of the global leaders in its industry. KONE’s key customers are builders, building owners, facility managers and developers. In addition, architects and consultants are key parties in the decision-making process regarding elevators and escalators.

Application forms for “Europe 40 Under 40” are available at www.europeanarch.eu.


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For further information on the Europe 40 Under 40 Awards, contact The European Centre at info@europeanarch.eu

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