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32nd Euregional Prize for Architecture , Niederlande

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Projekt: Unzeitgemässe Betrachtungen
Martin Gjoleka (RWTH Aachen)

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Alexander Collette · Xavier De Lanève · Adrien Vanwerst (ULG Liège)

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Projekt: Het alle wateren badhuis
Dasha Murashkina (Academy of Architecture Maastricht)
Press release by SCHUNCK, Heerlen, 18 October 2022

Martin Gjoleka (RWTH Aachen) wins 32nd Euregional Prize for Architecture

On 15 October, the cross-border Euregional Prize for Architecture was awarded for the 32nd time. The first prize went to Martin Gjoleka (RWTH Aachen) for his project ‘Unzeitgemässe Betrachtungen’.

The Euregional Prize for Architecture is an initiative of SCHUNCK, Museum for contemporary art & architecture, in Heerlen (NL). The prize is awarded annually for the best final-year projects of the five faculties of architecture based in the cities of Hasselt, Liège, Maastricht and Aachen. The international jury for this 32nd edition consisted of Pieter Bedaux, Caroline Lateur, Johnny Leya, and the chair-team Judith Reitz and Jerome Paumen.

First prize for Unzeitgemässe Betrachtungen
First prize (€2,500) went to Martin Gjoleka (RWTH Aachen) for his project ‘Unzeitgemässe Betrachtungen’. According to the jury, this project needs close and extensive viewing; especially the accompanying film in which hyper-real images seduce us to take part in a highly controlled reality. It is a work of deep reflection on our western civic society and a piece of time design that opens up the idea of what an architect can be and do. The jury praises this project for its brave and successful experimentation, in which poetics and criticality come together in a complete, meaningful work.

Second prize for IACOBUS SANDWICH
Second prize (€1,250) went to Alexander Collette, Xavier De Lanève and Adrien Vanwerst (ULG Liège) for their project ‘IACOBUS SANDWICH’. This project integrates a museum, a library, a bar, co-working spaces, and other community functions within its urban context. The architectural and spatial interventions are articulated clearly and come together meaningfully with the existing environment. The ludic but brilliant metaphor of the ‘Sandwich’ points the jury to the museum's spatial and flexible layout, layering functions and circulation. The down-to-earth presentation and the high detailing, in combination with stunning honesty, make the design fit convincingly in the urban context.

Third prize for ‘Het alle wateren badhuis’
Dasha Murashkina, from this year’s hosting university AAM, took third prize (€500) for her project ‘Het alle wateren badhuis’, a very quiet and serene project in which bathing, contemplative architecture, cinematography, and poetic atmospheres come together. The jury discussed the choice of the existing church as a building site several times. The courage to cut into such a building and strip it down to a bare minimum, almost creating a kind of folly, is both appreciated and questioned simultaneously.

Exhibition EAP
(free of charge)

17 October – 4 November 2022
Academy of Architecture Maastricht, Herdenkingsplein 12, 6211 PW Maastricht

Mon (9 am – 6 pm),
Tue, Wed & Thu (9 am - 9.30 pm), 

Fri (9 am – 5 pm)

Please note: the exhibition is temporarily closed during the autumn holidays from Monday 24 through Friday 28 October 2022.

For more information about the 27 nominations, the best final-year studies of 2022, including jury report, video presentations and project analysis, go to schunck.nl/nl/eap.

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