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  • Europäisches Parlament – Paul-Henri-SPAAK-Gebäude
  • Europäisches Parlament – Paul-Henri-SPAAK-Gebäude
  • Europäisches Parlament – Paul-Henri-SPAAK-Gebäude
  • Europäisches Parlament – Paul-Henri-SPAAK-Gebäude
  • Europäisches Parlament – Paul-Henri-SPAAK-Gebäude
  • 1. Preis / 1st prize: JDS Architects (Denmark) · Coldefy (France) · NL Architects (Netherlands) · Carlo Ratti Associati (Italy) · ENSAMBLE STUDIO (Spain) · UTIL cvba (Belgium) · Ramboll (Denmark)
  • 2. Preis / 2nd Prize: JABORNEGG & PALFFY Generalplaner ZT GmbH (Austria) · KUEHN MALVEZZI (Germany) · AXIS Ingenieurleistungen ZT GmbH (Austria)
  • 3. Preis / 3rd Prize: MOREAU KUSUNOKI (France) · Dethier Architectures (Belgium) · sbp france (France) · ME Engineers Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 4. Preis / 4th prize: BELVEDERE ARCHITECTURE (France) · Ove Arup & Partners International Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 5. Preis / 5th prize: A2M (Belgium) · VK ENGINEERING (Belgium) · C.F. Møller Architects (Denmark)

Europäisches Parlament – Paul-Henri-SPAAK-Gebäude , Brüssel/ Belgien

Architektur Wettbewerbs-Ergebnis

wa-ID
wa-2029098
Tag der Veröffentlichung
26.05.2020
Aktualisiert am
16.11.2022
Verfahrensart
Nicht offener Wettbewerb
Zulassungsbereich
Andere
Teilnehmer
Architekt*innen (Generalplaner) in Zusammenarbeit mit Ingenieur*innen für Tragwerksplanung und Umwelt
Beteiligung
15 Arbeiten
Auslober
Koordination
[phase eins], Berlin
Hossbach Lehmhaus Architekten, Berlin
Bewerbungsschluss
09.07.2020 16:00
Abgabetermin Pläne
12.01.2021
Abgabetermin Modell
19.01.2021
Preisgerichtssitzung
16.-18.02.2021
Ausstellungseröffnung
15.11.2022

1. Preis / 1st prize

JDS Architects, Kopenhagen
Coldefy, Paris
NL Architects, Amsterdam
Carlo Ratti Associati, Torino
Ensamble Studio, Madrid
UTIL Struktuurstudies, Schaarbeek
Ramboll Danmark, Virum
  • 1. Preis / 1st prize: JDS Architects (Denmark) · Coldefy (France) · NL Architects (Netherlands) · Carlo Ratti Associati (Italy) · ENSAMBLE STUDIO (Spain) · UTIL cvba (Belgium) · Ramboll (Denmark)
  • 1. Preis / 1st prize: JDS Architects (Denmark) · Coldefy (France) · NL Architects (Netherlands) · Carlo Ratti Associati (Italy) · ENSAMBLE STUDIO (Spain) · UTIL cvba (Belgium) · Ramboll (Denmark)
  • 1. Preis / 1st prize: JDS Architects (Denmark) · Coldefy (France) · NL Architects (Netherlands) · Carlo Ratti Associati (Italy) · ENSAMBLE STUDIO (Spain) · UTIL cvba (Belgium) · Ramboll (Denmark)
  • 1. Preis / 1st prize: JDS Architects (Denmark) · Coldefy (France) · NL Architects (Netherlands) · Carlo Ratti Associati (Italy) · ENSAMBLE STUDIO (Spain) · UTIL cvba (Belgium) · Ramboll (Denmark)
  • 1. Preis / 1st prize: JDS Architects (Denmark) · Coldefy (France) · NL Architects (Netherlands) · Carlo Ratti Associati (Italy) · ENSAMBLE STUDIO (Spain) · UTIL cvba (Belgium) · Ramboll (Denmark)
  • 1. Preis / 1st prize: JDS Architects (Denmark) · Coldefy (France) · NL Architects (Netherlands) · Carlo Ratti Associati (Italy) · ENSAMBLE STUDIO (Spain) · UTIL cvba (Belgium) · Ramboll (Denmark)
  • 1. Preis / 1st prize: JDS Architects (Denmark) · Coldefy (France) · NL Architects (Netherlands) · Carlo Ratti Associati (Italy) · ENSAMBLE STUDIO (Spain) · UTIL cvba (Belgium) · Ramboll (Denmark)
  • 1. Preis / 1st prize: JDS Architects (Denmark) · Coldefy (France) · NL Architects (Netherlands) · Carlo Ratti Associati (Italy) · ENSAMBLE STUDIO (Spain) · UTIL cvba (Belgium) · Ramboll (Denmark)
  • 1. Preis / 1st prize: JDS Architects (Denmark) · Coldefy (France) · NL Architects (Netherlands) · Carlo Ratti Associati (Italy) · ENSAMBLE STUDIO (Spain) · UTIL cvba (Belgium) · Ramboll (Denmark)
  • 1. Preis / 1st prize: JDS Architects (Denmark) · Coldefy (France) · NL Architects (Netherlands) · Carlo Ratti Associati (Italy) · ENSAMBLE STUDIO (Spain) · UTIL cvba (Belgium) · Ramboll (Denmark)
  • 1. Preis / 1st prize: JDS Architects (Denmark) · Coldefy (France) · NL Architects (Netherlands) · Carlo Ratti Associati (Italy) · ENSAMBLE STUDIO (Spain) · UTIL cvba (Belgium) · Ramboll (Denmark)
  • 1. Preis / 1st prize: JDS Architects (Denmark) · Coldefy (France) · NL Architects (Netherlands) · Carlo Ratti Associati (Italy) · ENSAMBLE STUDIO (Spain) · UTIL cvba (Belgium) · Ramboll (Denmark)
  • 1. Preis / 1st prize: JDS Architects (Denmark) · Coldefy (France) · NL Architects (Netherlands) · Carlo Ratti Associati (Italy) · ENSAMBLE STUDIO (Spain) · UTIL cvba (Belgium) · Ramboll (Denmark)
  • 1. Preis / 1st prize: JDS Architects (Denmark) · Coldefy (France) · NL Architects (Netherlands) · Carlo Ratti Associati (Italy) · ENSAMBLE STUDIO (Spain) · UTIL cvba (Belgium) · Ramboll (Denmark)
  • 1. Preis / 1st prize: JDS Architects (Denmark) · Coldefy (France) · NL Architects (Netherlands) · Carlo Ratti Associati (Italy) · ENSAMBLE STUDIO (Spain) · UTIL cvba (Belgium) · Ramboll (Denmark)
  • 1. Preis / 1st prize: JDS Architects (Denmark) · Coldefy (France) · NL Architects (Netherlands) · Carlo Ratti Associati (Italy) · ENSAMBLE STUDIO (Spain) · UTIL cvba (Belgium) · Ramboll (Denmark)
  • 1. Preis / 1st prize: JDS Architects (Denmark) · Coldefy (France) · NL Architects (Netherlands) · Carlo Ratti Associati (Italy) · ENSAMBLE STUDIO (Spain) · UTIL cvba (Belgium) · Ramboll (Denmark)
  • 1. Preis / 1st prize: JDS Architects (Denmark) · Coldefy (France) · NL Architects (Netherlands) · Carlo Ratti Associati (Italy) · ENSAMBLE STUDIO (Spain) · UTIL cvba (Belgium) · Ramboll (Denmark)
  • 1. Preis / 1st prize: JDS Architects (Denmark) · Coldefy (France) · NL Architects (Netherlands) · Carlo Ratti Associati (Italy) · ENSAMBLE STUDIO (Spain) · UTIL cvba (Belgium) · Ramboll (Denmark)
  • 1. Preis / 1st prize: JDS Architects (Denmark) · Coldefy (France) · NL Architects (Netherlands) · Carlo Ratti Associati (Italy) · ENSAMBLE STUDIO (Spain) · UTIL cvba (Belgium) · Ramboll (Denmark)
  • 1. Preis / 1st prize: JDS Architects (Denmark) · Coldefy (France) · NL Architects (Netherlands) · Carlo Ratti Associati (Italy) · ENSAMBLE STUDIO (Spain) · UTIL cvba (Belgium) · Ramboll (Denmark)
  • 1. Preis / 1st prize: JDS Architects (Denmark) · Coldefy (France) · NL Architects (Netherlands) · Carlo Ratti Associati (Italy) · ENSAMBLE STUDIO (Spain) · UTIL cvba (Belgium) · Ramboll (Denmark)
  • 1. Preis / 1st prize: JDS Architects (Denmark) · Coldefy (France) · NL Architects (Netherlands) · Carlo Ratti Associati (Italy) · ENSAMBLE STUDIO (Spain) · UTIL cvba (Belgium) · Ramboll (Denmark)
  • 1. Preis / 1st prize: JDS Architects (Denmark) · Coldefy (France) · NL Architects (Netherlands) · Carlo Ratti Associati (Italy) · ENSAMBLE STUDIO (Spain) · UTIL cvba (Belgium) · Ramboll (Denmark)
  • 1. Preis / 1st prize: JDS Architects (Denmark) · Coldefy (France) · NL Architects (Netherlands) · Carlo Ratti Associati (Italy) · ENSAMBLE STUDIO (Spain) · UTIL cvba (Belgium) · Ramboll (Denmark)
  • 1. Preis / 1st prize: JDS Architects (Denmark) · Coldefy (France) · NL Architects (Netherlands) · Carlo Ratti Associati (Italy) · ENSAMBLE STUDIO (Spain) · UTIL cvba (Belgium) · Ramboll (Denmark)
  • 1. Preis / 1st prize: JDS Architects (Denmark) · Coldefy (France) · NL Architects (Netherlands) · Carlo Ratti Associati (Italy) · ENSAMBLE STUDIO (Spain) · UTIL cvba (Belgium) · Ramboll (Denmark)
  • 1. Preis / 1st prize: JDS Architects (Denmark) · Coldefy (France) · NL Architects (Netherlands) · Carlo Ratti Associati (Italy) · ENSAMBLE STUDIO (Spain) · UTIL cvba (Belgium) · Ramboll (Denmark)
  • 1. Preis / 1st prize: JDS Architects (Denmark) · Coldefy (France) · NL Architects (Netherlands) · Carlo Ratti Associati (Italy) · ENSAMBLE STUDIO (Spain) · UTIL cvba (Belgium) · Ramboll (Denmark)
  • 1. Preis / 1st prize: JDS Architects (Denmark) · Coldefy (France) · NL Architects (Netherlands) · Carlo Ratti Associati (Italy) · ENSAMBLE STUDIO (Spain) · UTIL cvba (Belgium) · Ramboll (Denmark)
  • 1. Preis / 1st prize: JDS Architects (Denmark) · Coldefy (France) · NL Architects (Netherlands) · Carlo Ratti Associati (Italy) · ENSAMBLE STUDIO (Spain) · UTIL cvba (Belgium) · Ramboll (Denmark)
  • 1. Preis / 1st prize: JDS Architects (Denmark) · Coldefy (France) · NL Architects (Netherlands) · Carlo Ratti Associati (Italy) · ENSAMBLE STUDIO (Spain) · UTIL cvba (Belgium) · Ramboll (Denmark)
  • 1. Preis / 1st prize: JDS Architects (Denmark) · Coldefy (France) · NL Architects (Netherlands) · Carlo Ratti Associati (Italy) · ENSAMBLE STUDIO (Spain) · UTIL cvba (Belgium) · Ramboll (Denmark)
  • 1. Preis / 1st prize: JDS Architects (Denmark) · Coldefy (France) · NL Architects (Netherlands) · Carlo Ratti Associati (Italy) · ENSAMBLE STUDIO (Spain) · UTIL cvba (Belgium) · Ramboll (Denmark)
  • 1. Preis / 1st prize: JDS Architects (Denmark) · Coldefy (France) · NL Architects (Netherlands) · Carlo Ratti Associati (Italy) · ENSAMBLE STUDIO (Spain) · UTIL cvba (Belgium) · Ramboll (Denmark)
  • 1. Preis / 1st prize: JDS Architects (Denmark) · Coldefy (France) · NL Architects (Netherlands) · Carlo Ratti Associati (Italy) · ENSAMBLE STUDIO (Spain) · UTIL cvba (Belgium) · Ramboll (Denmark)

2. Preis / 2nd Prize

Jabornegg & Pállfy Architekten, Wien
Kuehn Malvezzi Associates GmbH, Berlin
AXIS Ingenieurleistungen ZT GmbH, Wien
  • 2. Preis / 2nd Prize: JABORNEGG & PALFFY Generalplaner ZT GmbH (Austria) · KUEHN MALVEZZI (Germany) · AXIS Ingenieurleistungen ZT GmbH (Austria)
  • 2. Preis / 2nd Prize: JABORNEGG & PALFFY Generalplaner ZT GmbH (Austria) · KUEHN MALVEZZI (Germany) · AXIS Ingenieurleistungen ZT GmbH (Austria)
  • 2. Preis / 2nd Prize: JABORNEGG & PALFFY Generalplaner ZT GmbH (Austria) · KUEHN MALVEZZI (Germany) · AXIS Ingenieurleistungen ZT GmbH (Austria)
  • 2. Preis / 2nd Prize: JABORNEGG & PALFFY Generalplaner ZT GmbH (Austria) · KUEHN MALVEZZI (Germany) · AXIS Ingenieurleistungen ZT GmbH (Austria)
  • 2. Preis / 2nd Prize: JABORNEGG & PALFFY Generalplaner ZT GmbH (Austria) · KUEHN MALVEZZI (Germany) · AXIS Ingenieurleistungen ZT GmbH (Austria)
  • 2. Preis / 2nd Prize: JABORNEGG & PALFFY Generalplaner ZT GmbH (Austria) · KUEHN MALVEZZI (Germany) · AXIS Ingenieurleistungen ZT GmbH (Austria)
  • 2. Preis / 2nd Prize: JABORNEGG & PALFFY Generalplaner ZT GmbH (Austria) · KUEHN MALVEZZI (Germany) · AXIS Ingenieurleistungen ZT GmbH (Austria)
  • 2. Preis / 2nd Prize: JABORNEGG & PALFFY Generalplaner ZT GmbH (Austria) · KUEHN MALVEZZI (Germany) · AXIS Ingenieurleistungen ZT GmbH (Austria)
  • 2. Preis / 2nd Prize: JABORNEGG & PALFFY Generalplaner ZT GmbH (Austria) · KUEHN MALVEZZI (Germany) · AXIS Ingenieurleistungen ZT GmbH (Austria)
  • 2. Preis / 2nd Prize: JABORNEGG & PALFFY Generalplaner ZT GmbH (Austria) · KUEHN MALVEZZI (Germany) · AXIS Ingenieurleistungen ZT GmbH (Austria)
  • 2. Preis / 2nd Prize: JABORNEGG & PALFFY Generalplaner ZT GmbH (Austria) · KUEHN MALVEZZI (Germany) · AXIS Ingenieurleistungen ZT GmbH (Austria)
  • 2. Preis / 2nd Prize: JABORNEGG & PALFFY Generalplaner ZT GmbH (Austria) · KUEHN MALVEZZI (Germany) · AXIS Ingenieurleistungen ZT GmbH (Austria)
  • 2. Preis / 2nd Prize: JABORNEGG & PALFFY Generalplaner ZT GmbH (Austria) · KUEHN MALVEZZI (Germany) · AXIS Ingenieurleistungen ZT GmbH (Austria)
  • 2. Preis / 2nd Prize: JABORNEGG & PALFFY Generalplaner ZT GmbH (Austria) · KUEHN MALVEZZI (Germany) · AXIS Ingenieurleistungen ZT GmbH (Austria)
  • 2. Preis / 2nd Prize: JABORNEGG & PALFFY Generalplaner ZT GmbH (Austria) · KUEHN MALVEZZI (Germany) · AXIS Ingenieurleistungen ZT GmbH (Austria)
  • 2. Preis / 2nd Prize: JABORNEGG & PALFFY Generalplaner ZT GmbH (Austria) · KUEHN MALVEZZI (Germany) · AXIS Ingenieurleistungen ZT GmbH (Austria)
  • 2. Preis / 2nd Prize: JABORNEGG & PALFFY Generalplaner ZT GmbH (Austria) · KUEHN MALVEZZI (Germany) · AXIS Ingenieurleistungen ZT GmbH (Austria)
  • 2. Preis / 2nd Prize: JABORNEGG & PALFFY Generalplaner ZT GmbH (Austria) · KUEHN MALVEZZI (Germany) · AXIS Ingenieurleistungen ZT GmbH (Austria)
  • 2. Preis / 2nd Prize: JABORNEGG & PALFFY Generalplaner ZT GmbH (Austria) · KUEHN MALVEZZI (Germany) · AXIS Ingenieurleistungen ZT GmbH (Austria)
  • 2. Preis / 2nd Prize: JABORNEGG & PALFFY Generalplaner ZT GmbH (Austria) · KUEHN MALVEZZI (Germany) · AXIS Ingenieurleistungen ZT GmbH (Austria)
  • 2. Preis / 2nd Prize: JABORNEGG & PALFFY Generalplaner ZT GmbH (Austria) · KUEHN MALVEZZI (Germany) · AXIS Ingenieurleistungen ZT GmbH (Austria)
  • 2. Preis / 2nd Prize: JABORNEGG & PALFFY Generalplaner ZT GmbH (Austria) · KUEHN MALVEZZI (Germany) · AXIS Ingenieurleistungen ZT GmbH (Austria)
  • 2. Preis / 2nd Prize: JABORNEGG & PALFFY Generalplaner ZT GmbH (Austria) · KUEHN MALVEZZI (Germany) · AXIS Ingenieurleistungen ZT GmbH (Austria)
  • 2. Preis / 2nd Prize: JABORNEGG & PALFFY Generalplaner ZT GmbH (Austria) · KUEHN MALVEZZI (Germany) · AXIS Ingenieurleistungen ZT GmbH (Austria)
  • 2. Preis / 2nd Prize: JABORNEGG & PALFFY Generalplaner ZT GmbH (Austria) · KUEHN MALVEZZI (Germany) · AXIS Ingenieurleistungen ZT GmbH (Austria)
  • 2. Preis / 2nd Prize: JABORNEGG & PALFFY Generalplaner ZT GmbH (Austria) · KUEHN MALVEZZI (Germany) · AXIS Ingenieurleistungen ZT GmbH (Austria)
  • 2. Preis / 2nd Prize: JABORNEGG & PALFFY Generalplaner ZT GmbH (Austria) · KUEHN MALVEZZI (Germany) · AXIS Ingenieurleistungen ZT GmbH (Austria)
  • 2. Preis / 2nd Prize: JABORNEGG & PALFFY Generalplaner ZT GmbH (Austria) · KUEHN MALVEZZI (Germany) · AXIS Ingenieurleistungen ZT GmbH (Austria)
  • 2. Preis / 2nd Prize: JABORNEGG & PALFFY Generalplaner ZT GmbH (Austria) · KUEHN MALVEZZI (Germany) · AXIS Ingenieurleistungen ZT GmbH (Austria)
  • 2. Preis / 2nd Prize: JABORNEGG & PALFFY Generalplaner ZT GmbH (Austria) · KUEHN MALVEZZI (Germany) · AXIS Ingenieurleistungen ZT GmbH (Austria)
  • 2. Preis / 2nd Prize: JABORNEGG & PALFFY Generalplaner ZT GmbH (Austria) · KUEHN MALVEZZI (Germany) · AXIS Ingenieurleistungen ZT GmbH (Austria)
  • 2. Preis / 2nd Prize: JABORNEGG & PALFFY Generalplaner ZT GmbH (Austria) · KUEHN MALVEZZI (Germany) · AXIS Ingenieurleistungen ZT GmbH (Austria)
  • 2. Preis / 2nd Prize: JABORNEGG & PALFFY Generalplaner ZT GmbH (Austria) · KUEHN MALVEZZI (Germany) · AXIS Ingenieurleistungen ZT GmbH (Austria)
  • 2. Preis / 2nd Prize: JABORNEGG & PALFFY Generalplaner ZT GmbH (Austria) · KUEHN MALVEZZI (Germany) · AXIS Ingenieurleistungen ZT GmbH (Austria)
  • 2. Preis / 2nd Prize: JABORNEGG & PALFFY Generalplaner ZT GmbH (Austria) · KUEHN MALVEZZI (Germany) · AXIS Ingenieurleistungen ZT GmbH (Austria)
  • 2. Preis / 2nd Prize: JABORNEGG & PALFFY Generalplaner ZT GmbH (Austria) · KUEHN MALVEZZI (Germany) · AXIS Ingenieurleistungen ZT GmbH (Austria)
  • 2. Preis / 2nd Prize: JABORNEGG & PALFFY Generalplaner ZT GmbH (Austria) · KUEHN MALVEZZI (Germany) · AXIS Ingenieurleistungen ZT GmbH (Austria)
  • 2. Preis / 2nd Prize: JABORNEGG & PALFFY Generalplaner ZT GmbH (Austria) · KUEHN MALVEZZI (Germany) · AXIS Ingenieurleistungen ZT GmbH (Austria)
  • 2. Preis / 2nd Prize: JABORNEGG & PALFFY Generalplaner ZT GmbH (Austria) · KUEHN MALVEZZI (Germany) · AXIS Ingenieurleistungen ZT GmbH (Austria)
  • 2. Preis / 2nd Prize: JABORNEGG & PALFFY Generalplaner ZT GmbH (Austria) · KUEHN MALVEZZI (Germany) · AXIS Ingenieurleistungen ZT GmbH (Austria)
  • 2. Preis / 2nd Prize: JABORNEGG & PALFFY Generalplaner ZT GmbH (Austria) · KUEHN MALVEZZI (Germany) · AXIS Ingenieurleistungen ZT GmbH (Austria)
  • 2. Preis / 2nd Prize: JABORNEGG & PALFFY Generalplaner ZT GmbH (Austria) · KUEHN MALVEZZI (Germany) · AXIS Ingenieurleistungen ZT GmbH (Austria)
  • 2. Preis / 2nd Prize: JABORNEGG & PALFFY Generalplaner ZT GmbH (Austria) · KUEHN MALVEZZI (Germany) · AXIS Ingenieurleistungen ZT GmbH (Austria)
  • 2. Preis / 2nd Prize: JABORNEGG & PALFFY Generalplaner ZT GmbH (Austria) · KUEHN MALVEZZI (Germany) · AXIS Ingenieurleistungen ZT GmbH (Austria)

3. Preis / 3rd Prize

Moreau Kusunoki Architects, Paris
Dethier Architecture, Lüttich
sbp schlaich bergermann partner, Paris
ME Engineers Ltd, London
  • 3. Preis / 3rd Prize: MOREAU KUSUNOKI (France) · Dethier Architectures (Belgium) · sbp france (France) · ME Engineers Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 3. Preis / 3rd Prize: MOREAU KUSUNOKI (France) · Dethier Architectures (Belgium) · sbp france (France) · ME Engineers Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 3. Preis / 3rd Prize: MOREAU KUSUNOKI (France) · Dethier Architectures (Belgium) · sbp france (France) · ME Engineers Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 3. Preis / 3rd Prize: MOREAU KUSUNOKI (France) · Dethier Architectures (Belgium) · sbp france (France) · ME Engineers Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 3. Preis / 3rd Prize: MOREAU KUSUNOKI (France) · Dethier Architectures (Belgium) · sbp france (France) · ME Engineers Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 3. Preis / 3rd Prize: MOREAU KUSUNOKI (France) · Dethier Architectures (Belgium) · sbp france (France) · ME Engineers Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 3. Preis / 3rd Prize: MOREAU KUSUNOKI (France) · Dethier Architectures (Belgium) · sbp france (France) · ME Engineers Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 3. Preis / 3rd Prize: MOREAU KUSUNOKI (France) · Dethier Architectures (Belgium) · sbp france (France) · ME Engineers Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 3. Preis / 3rd Prize: MOREAU KUSUNOKI (France) · Dethier Architectures (Belgium) · sbp france (France) · ME Engineers Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 3. Preis / 3rd Prize: MOREAU KUSUNOKI (France) · Dethier Architectures (Belgium) · sbp france (France) · ME Engineers Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 3. Preis / 3rd Prize: MOREAU KUSUNOKI (France) · Dethier Architectures (Belgium) · sbp france (France) · ME Engineers Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 3. Preis / 3rd Prize: MOREAU KUSUNOKI (France) · Dethier Architectures (Belgium) · sbp france (France) · ME Engineers Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 3. Preis / 3rd Prize: MOREAU KUSUNOKI (France) · Dethier Architectures (Belgium) · sbp france (France) · ME Engineers Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 3. Preis / 3rd Prize: MOREAU KUSUNOKI (France) · Dethier Architectures (Belgium) · sbp france (France) · ME Engineers Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 3. Preis / 3rd Prize: MOREAU KUSUNOKI (France) · Dethier Architectures (Belgium) · sbp france (France) · ME Engineers Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 3. Preis / 3rd Prize: MOREAU KUSUNOKI (France) · Dethier Architectures (Belgium) · sbp france (France) · ME Engineers Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 3. Preis / 3rd Prize: MOREAU KUSUNOKI (France) · Dethier Architectures (Belgium) · sbp france (France) · ME Engineers Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 3. Preis / 3rd Prize: MOREAU KUSUNOKI (France) · Dethier Architectures (Belgium) · sbp france (France) · ME Engineers Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 3. Preis / 3rd Prize: MOREAU KUSUNOKI (France) · Dethier Architectures (Belgium) · sbp france (France) · ME Engineers Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 3. Preis / 3rd Prize: MOREAU KUSUNOKI (France) · Dethier Architectures (Belgium) · sbp france (France) · ME Engineers Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 3. Preis / 3rd Prize: MOREAU KUSUNOKI (France) · Dethier Architectures (Belgium) · sbp france (France) · ME Engineers Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 3. Preis / 3rd Prize: MOREAU KUSUNOKI (France) · Dethier Architectures (Belgium) · sbp france (France) · ME Engineers Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 3. Preis / 3rd Prize: MOREAU KUSUNOKI (France) · Dethier Architectures (Belgium) · sbp france (France) · ME Engineers Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 3. Preis / 3rd Prize: MOREAU KUSUNOKI (France) · Dethier Architectures (Belgium) · sbp france (France) · ME Engineers Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 3. Preis / 3rd Prize: MOREAU KUSUNOKI (France) · Dethier Architectures (Belgium) · sbp france (France) · ME Engineers Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 3. Preis / 3rd Prize: MOREAU KUSUNOKI (France) · Dethier Architectures (Belgium) · sbp france (France) · ME Engineers Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 3. Preis / 3rd Prize: MOREAU KUSUNOKI (France) · Dethier Architectures (Belgium) · sbp france (France) · ME Engineers Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 3. Preis / 3rd Prize: MOREAU KUSUNOKI (France) · Dethier Architectures (Belgium) · sbp france (France) · ME Engineers Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 3. Preis / 3rd Prize: MOREAU KUSUNOKI (France) · Dethier Architectures (Belgium) · sbp france (France) · ME Engineers Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 3. Preis / 3rd Prize: MOREAU KUSUNOKI (France) · Dethier Architectures (Belgium) · sbp france (France) · ME Engineers Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 3. Preis / 3rd Prize: MOREAU KUSUNOKI (France) · Dethier Architectures (Belgium) · sbp france (France) · ME Engineers Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 3. Preis / 3rd Prize: MOREAU KUSUNOKI (France) · Dethier Architectures (Belgium) · sbp france (France) · ME Engineers Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 3. Preis / 3rd Prize: MOREAU KUSUNOKI (France) · Dethier Architectures (Belgium) · sbp france (France) · ME Engineers Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 3. Preis / 3rd Prize: MOREAU KUSUNOKI (France) · Dethier Architectures (Belgium) · sbp france (France) · ME Engineers Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 3. Preis / 3rd Prize: MOREAU KUSUNOKI (France) · Dethier Architectures (Belgium) · sbp france (France) · ME Engineers Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 3. Preis / 3rd Prize: MOREAU KUSUNOKI (France) · Dethier Architectures (Belgium) · sbp france (France) · ME Engineers Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 3. Preis / 3rd Prize: MOREAU KUSUNOKI (France) · Dethier Architectures (Belgium) · sbp france (France) · ME Engineers Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 3. Preis / 3rd Prize: MOREAU KUSUNOKI (France) · Dethier Architectures (Belgium) · sbp france (France) · ME Engineers Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 3. Preis / 3rd Prize: MOREAU KUSUNOKI (France) · Dethier Architectures (Belgium) · sbp france (France) · ME Engineers Ltd (United Kingdom)
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  • 3. Preis / 3rd Prize: MOREAU KUSUNOKI (France) · Dethier Architectures (Belgium) · sbp france (France) · ME Engineers Ltd (United Kingdom)

4. Preis / 4th prize

Belvedere Architecture, Paris
ARUP, London
  • 4. Preis / 4th prize: BELVEDERE ARCHITECTURE (France) · Ove Arup & Partners International Ltd (United Kingdom)
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  • 4. Preis / 4th prize: BELVEDERE ARCHITECTURE (France) · Ove Arup & Partners International Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 4. Preis / 4th prize: BELVEDERE ARCHITECTURE (France) · Ove Arup & Partners International Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 4. Preis / 4th prize: BELVEDERE ARCHITECTURE (France) · Ove Arup & Partners International Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 4. Preis / 4th prize: BELVEDERE ARCHITECTURE (France) · Ove Arup & Partners International Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 4. Preis / 4th prize: BELVEDERE ARCHITECTURE (France) · Ove Arup & Partners International Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 4. Preis / 4th prize: BELVEDERE ARCHITECTURE (France) · Ove Arup & Partners International Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 4. Preis / 4th prize: BELVEDERE ARCHITECTURE (France) · Ove Arup & Partners International Ltd (United Kingdom)
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  • 4. Preis / 4th prize: BELVEDERE ARCHITECTURE (France) · Ove Arup & Partners International Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 4. Preis / 4th prize: BELVEDERE ARCHITECTURE (France) · Ove Arup & Partners International Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 4. Preis / 4th prize: BELVEDERE ARCHITECTURE (France) · Ove Arup & Partners International Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 4. Preis / 4th prize: BELVEDERE ARCHITECTURE (France) · Ove Arup & Partners International Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 4. Preis / 4th prize: BELVEDERE ARCHITECTURE (France) · Ove Arup & Partners International Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 4. Preis / 4th prize: BELVEDERE ARCHITECTURE (France) · Ove Arup & Partners International Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 4. Preis / 4th prize: BELVEDERE ARCHITECTURE (France) · Ove Arup & Partners International Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 4. Preis / 4th prize: BELVEDERE ARCHITECTURE (France) · Ove Arup & Partners International Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 4. Preis / 4th prize: BELVEDERE ARCHITECTURE (France) · Ove Arup & Partners International Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 4. Preis / 4th prize: BELVEDERE ARCHITECTURE (France) · Ove Arup & Partners International Ltd (United Kingdom)
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  • 4. Preis / 4th prize: BELVEDERE ARCHITECTURE (France) · Ove Arup & Partners International Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 4. Preis / 4th prize: BELVEDERE ARCHITECTURE (France) · Ove Arup & Partners International Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 4. Preis / 4th prize: BELVEDERE ARCHITECTURE (France) · Ove Arup & Partners International Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 4. Preis / 4th prize: BELVEDERE ARCHITECTURE (France) · Ove Arup & Partners International Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 4. Preis / 4th prize: BELVEDERE ARCHITECTURE (France) · Ove Arup & Partners International Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 4. Preis / 4th prize: BELVEDERE ARCHITECTURE (France) · Ove Arup & Partners International Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 4. Preis / 4th prize: BELVEDERE ARCHITECTURE (France) · Ove Arup & Partners International Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 4. Preis / 4th prize: BELVEDERE ARCHITECTURE (France) · Ove Arup & Partners International Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 4. Preis / 4th prize: BELVEDERE ARCHITECTURE (France) · Ove Arup & Partners International Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 4. Preis / 4th prize: BELVEDERE ARCHITECTURE (France) · Ove Arup & Partners International Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 4. Preis / 4th prize: BELVEDERE ARCHITECTURE (France) · Ove Arup & Partners International Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 4. Preis / 4th prize: BELVEDERE ARCHITECTURE (France) · Ove Arup & Partners International Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 4. Preis / 4th prize: BELVEDERE ARCHITECTURE (France) · Ove Arup & Partners International Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 4. Preis / 4th prize: BELVEDERE ARCHITECTURE (France) · Ove Arup & Partners International Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 4. Preis / 4th prize: BELVEDERE ARCHITECTURE (France) · Ove Arup & Partners International Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 4. Preis / 4th prize: BELVEDERE ARCHITECTURE (France) · Ove Arup & Partners International Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 4. Preis / 4th prize: BELVEDERE ARCHITECTURE (France) · Ove Arup & Partners International Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 4. Preis / 4th prize: BELVEDERE ARCHITECTURE (France) · Ove Arup & Partners International Ltd (United Kingdom)
  • 4. Preis / 4th prize: BELVEDERE ARCHITECTURE (France) · Ove Arup & Partners International Ltd (United Kingdom)

5. Preis / 5th prize

A2M, Ixelles
VK architects + engineers, Saint-Gilles
C.F. Møller Architects, Aarhus
  • 5. Preis / 5th prize: A2M (Belgium) · VK ENGINEERING (Belgium) · C.F. Møller Architects (Denmark)
  • 5. Preis / 5th prize: A2M (Belgium) · VK ENGINEERING (Belgium) · C.F. Møller Architects (Denmark)
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  • 5. Preis / 5th prize: A2M (Belgium) · VK ENGINEERING (Belgium) · C.F. Møller Architects (Denmark)
  • 5. Preis / 5th prize: A2M (Belgium) · VK ENGINEERING (Belgium) · C.F. Møller Architects (Denmark)
  • 5. Preis / 5th prize: A2M (Belgium) · VK ENGINEERING (Belgium) · C.F. Møller Architects (Denmark)
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  • 5. Preis / 5th prize: A2M (Belgium) · VK ENGINEERING (Belgium) · C.F. Møller Architects (Denmark)
  • 5. Preis / 5th prize: A2M (Belgium) · VK ENGINEERING (Belgium) · C.F. Møller Architects (Denmark)
  • 5. Preis / 5th prize: A2M (Belgium) · VK ENGINEERING (Belgium) · C.F. Møller Architects (Denmark)
  • 5. Preis / 5th prize: A2M (Belgium) · VK ENGINEERING (Belgium) · C.F. Møller Architects (Denmark)
  • 5. Preis / 5th prize: A2M (Belgium) · VK ENGINEERING (Belgium) · C.F. Møller Architects (Denmark)
  • 5. Preis / 5th prize: A2M (Belgium) · VK ENGINEERING (Belgium) · C.F. Møller Architects (Denmark)
  • 5. Preis / 5th prize: A2M (Belgium) · VK ENGINEERING (Belgium) · C.F. Møller Architects (Denmark)
  • 5. Preis / 5th prize: A2M (Belgium) · VK ENGINEERING (Belgium) · C.F. Møller Architects (Denmark)
  • 5. Preis / 5th prize: A2M (Belgium) · VK ENGINEERING (Belgium) · C.F. Møller Architects (Denmark)
  • 5. Preis / 5th prize: A2M (Belgium) · VK ENGINEERING (Belgium) · C.F. Møller Architects (Denmark)
  • 5. Preis / 5th prize: A2M (Belgium) · VK ENGINEERING (Belgium) · C.F. Møller Architects (Denmark)
  • 5. Preis / 5th prize: A2M (Belgium) · VK ENGINEERING (Belgium) · C.F. Møller Architects (Denmark)
  • 5. Preis / 5th prize: A2M (Belgium) · VK ENGINEERING (Belgium) · C.F. Møller Architects (Denmark)
  • 5. Preis / 5th prize: A2M (Belgium) · VK ENGINEERING (Belgium) · C.F. Møller Architects (Denmark)
  • 5. Preis / 5th prize: A2M (Belgium) · VK ENGINEERING (Belgium) · C.F. Møller Architects (Denmark)
  • 5. Preis / 5th prize: A2M (Belgium) · VK ENGINEERING (Belgium) · C.F. Møller Architects (Denmark)
  • 5. Preis / 5th prize: A2M (Belgium) · VK ENGINEERING (Belgium) · C.F. Møller Architects (Denmark)
  • 5. Preis / 5th prize: A2M (Belgium) · VK ENGINEERING (Belgium) · C.F. Møller Architects (Denmark)
  • 5. Preis / 5th prize: A2M (Belgium) · VK ENGINEERING (Belgium) · C.F. Møller Architects (Denmark)
  • 5. Preis / 5th prize: A2M (Belgium) · VK ENGINEERING (Belgium) · C.F. Møller Architects (Denmark)
  • 5. Preis / 5th prize: A2M (Belgium) · VK ENGINEERING (Belgium) · C.F. Møller Architects (Denmark)
  • 5. Preis / 5th prize: A2M (Belgium) · VK ENGINEERING (Belgium) · C.F. Møller Architects (Denmark)
  • 5. Preis / 5th prize: A2M (Belgium) · VK ENGINEERING (Belgium) · C.F. Møller Architects (Denmark)
  • 5. Preis / 5th prize: A2M (Belgium) · VK ENGINEERING (Belgium) · C.F. Møller Architects (Denmark)
  • 5. Preis / 5th prize: A2M (Belgium) · VK ENGINEERING (Belgium) · C.F. Møller Architects (Denmark)
  • 5. Preis / 5th prize: A2M (Belgium) · VK ENGINEERING (Belgium) · C.F. Møller Architects (Denmark)
  • 5. Preis / 5th prize: A2M (Belgium) · VK ENGINEERING (Belgium) · C.F. Møller Architects (Denmark)
  • 5. Preis / 5th prize: A2M (Belgium) · VK ENGINEERING (Belgium) · C.F. Møller Architects (Denmark)
Verfahrensart
Nicht offener einstufiger internationaler Wettbewerb gemäß den UNESCO-Standardregeln für internationale Wettbewerbe in Architektur und Stadtplanung mit vorgeschaltetem Präqualifikationsverf

Wettbewerbsaufgabe
Das bestehende Paul-Henri-SPAAK-Gebäude (1995 fertiggestellt) entspricht nicht mehr den baulichen, sicherheitstechnischen und funktionalen Ansprüchen, ebenso wenig ist seine energetische Bilanz auf dem neusten Stand. Mit der Erneuerung des Gebäudes will das Europäische Parlament einen beispielhaften Standard für ein ökologisches Gesamtkonzept setzen, ebenso soll die Funktionalität des Gebäudes und seine Sicherheit verbessert werden, damit zum einen die 705 Abgeordneten und alle Mitarbeiter*innen die besten Arbeitsbedingungen und zum anderen alle Besucher*innen wichtige öffentliche Räume für den Dialog vorfinden, welche das Erleben der europäischen Demokratie ermöglichen und ihre Werte transparent machen soll. Das neue SPAAK-Gebäude, das 2029 eingeweiht werden soll, soll die Botschaft einer Institution vermitteln, die die Demokratie auf europäischer Ebene repräsentiert.
Das SPAAK-Gebäude ist das Hauptgebäude des Europäischen Parlaments in Brüssel und beherbergt den Plenarsaal, eine Reihe von Sitzungssälen der Ausschüsse sowie die wichtigsten Empfangsfunktionen für Bürger*innen, Medienvertreter*innen und offizielle Besucher*innen. Das Europäische Parlament hat gemäß dem Vertrag über die Europäische Union seinen Sitz in Straßburg, wo die zwölf monatlichen Plenartagungen abgehalten werden, während die zusätzlichen Plenartagungen in Brüssel stattfinden. Seit 1995 finden diese zusätzlichen Plenartagungen im Plenarsaal im SPAAK-Gebäude statt.
Das Wettbewerbsgelände liegt im Herzen des Brüsseler Europaviertels, östlich des historischen Stadtzentrums. Das Gebäude befindet sich neben dem Leopoldpark, in dem verschiedene kulturelle und wissenschaftliche Einrichtungen untergebracht sind und war das erste der heutigen Gebäude des Europäischen Parlaments.
Im Wettbewerb soll nun der richtige Erneuerungsansatz gefunden werden, der von Renovierung bis Wiederaufbau reichen kann. Neben den höchsten Nachhaltigkeitszielen (mindestens Klimaneutralität) muss das Gebäude außerdem höchsten Sicherheitsanforderungen (z.B. robuste, vandalismussichere Materialien) genügen und eine überzeugende städtebauliche Verbindung zu seiner Umgebung mit komplexer Topografie herstellen; außerdem muss es geringe Betriebskosten garantieren und allen Menschen, auch Menschen mit Behinderungen ohne jegliche Diskriminierung gleichermaßen offenstehen. Es soll durch seine positive städtebauliche, ökologische und soziale Wirkung zu einem Symbol und integralen Bestandteil der umgebenden Viertel und der ganzen Stadt werden. Dabei sollten die existierenden Wegeverbindung beibehalten oder sogar verstärkt werden. Ziel ist es, dass der Bau im Jahr 2029 abgeschlossen werden wird.
Bezüglich der wirtschaftlichen Konzeption und Planung können je nach der von den Architekt*innen gewählten Lösungen (Ausmaß und Tiefe der Eingriffe in die bestehende Bausubstanz, Renovierung, Sanierung, baulicher Umbau, Entfernung und/oder Erneuerung von Teilen bis hin zum Neubau) die Kosten für die Bauarbeiten bei zwischen 280 und 313 Mio. EUR für eine Fläche von ca. 90.000 m² liegen.

Competition assignment
The existing Paul-Henri SPAAK building no longer meets current structural, safety and functional requirements, nor is its energy balance up to date. The competition is now to find the right renewal approach, which can range from renovation to reconstruction, with possible costs between 280 and 313 million EUR for an area of about 90.000 m². In addition to the highest sustainability goals (climate neutrality), the building must also meet the highest safety requirements and create a convincing urban connection to its surroundings with complex topography; it must also guarantee low operating costs and be equally open to all people without any discrimination. It should become a symbol and integral part of the surrounding neighbourhoods and the whole city through its positive urban, ecological and social impact.

Fachpreisrichter*innen / Architectural jurors
Prof. Marilyne Andersen, Lausanne
Kristiaan Borret, Government Architect
Manuelle Gautrand, Paris
Dorte Mandrup, Kopenhagen
Carme Pigem, Olot
Kazuyo Sejima, Tokio
Dimitri Tenezakis, Europäisches Parlament

Sachpreisrichter*innen / General jurors
Rainer Wieland, Europäisches Parlament
Pedro Silva Pereira, Europäisches Parlament
Rudy Vervoort, Ministerpräsident Brüssel
Bety Waknine, Stadt Brüssel

Online Ausstellung / Online Exhibition
phase1.de/projects_european-parliament-design-competition_generic3_e.htm
www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:6998265367714275328
On May 26, 2020, the European Parliament launched a restricted international single stage design competition for the renewal of the Paul-Henri SPAAK Building, its Chamber building in Brussels. Architects from all around the world are invited to submit their expressions of interest to participate in the competition. 
The aim of the competition is to select the concept that reaches the best equilibrium between the different objectives of the project and to select the best planning team to realise the design.
 
Overview
- The European Parliament is present in 3 locations: Strasbourg, Luxembourg, and Brussels.
- Subject of the competition is the renewal of the Paul-Henri SPAAK Building, the Brussels Chamber building of the European Parliament in the centre of Brussels with a total area of approx. 84,000 sqm GFA.
The notion of “renewal” covers all approaches between a “renovation” of the building, and a “reconstruction” of the building. It is one of the main components of the competition task to identify the right approach.
- Between 12 to 15 groups of architects, as lead members, together with structural engineers and environmental experts will be selected through an open pre-qualification procedure
- Deadline for the submission of applications is July 9, 2020
- Working period: September to November, 2020
- An internationally renowned professional jury will review the submissions
- A total sum of approx. 1.5 Mio Euro (net) is intended for prizes and honoraria
 
Ambition
The European Parliament is a symbolic heart and home of European democracy, central to the continent’s modern history. Its building heritage is significant not only for the European legislators, but also for citizens, in that it provides important public spaces for dialogue and for experiencing European democracy and its values and is also a focal point for European celebrations and commemorations of our joint democratic heritage. The European Parliament, through its directly elected Members, represents more than 440 million European citizens. The building heritage should be preserved and further developed as a strong symbol of our modern history.
The overall strategic goal of the project is to improve the sustainability of the building, focusing on social and environmental sustainability.
 
The Task
European Parliament- Paul- Henri SPAAK Building
The Paul-Henri SPAAK Building is part of an estate of around ten buildings with a total area of some 665,000 sqm. The gross floor area of the current building is around 84,000 sqm and could be increased within existing urban planning constraints. It houses the Chamber of the European Parliament in Brussels for its 705 Members from all over the European Union. 
The European Parliament, as a multicultural and multilingual assembly where no fewer than 24 languages are routinely spoken and interpreted, embodies the European motto ‘United in diversity’.
The main building of the European Parliament's Brussels site, the Paul-Henri SPAAK Building, houses not only the Chamber, where Members meet in par-sessions , but also facilities for holding parliamentary committee meetings, organising press conferences and welcoming visitors.
 
Objectives
The task of the competition is to provide the best solutions for the renewal of the European Parliament Chamber building and its surrounding area. The future building must create the link between the urban and the natural, and become a symbol and integral part of the city and of the landscape.
The winning proposal is expected to be a paradigm of architecture with an outstanding visual identity for the building and the Chamber Hall with a strong emphasis on environmental aspects. The design is to support the architectural quality of the city and will resonate with the European citizens as a representation of the power of their voice. 
Offering flexible spaces, the building should be easily adaptable to the EP’s development over time and at the same time constitute a model of sustainable and regenerative building.
 
Programme
The prospective building will contain:
- the Chamber Hall, which will accommodate all Members as well as visitors;
- parliamentary committee and trilogue rooms;
- a reception, meeting and educational area for citizens;
- protocol areas;
- media areas;
- areas for cultural activities;
- areas for social interaction;
- support areas for all European Parliament activities.
Functions should be organised in a very user-friendly manner, with natural visibility that minimises signage and with clear routes for users, including protocol, media, visitors and logistics. Visitors should furthermore be able to follow a route that will give them a unique experience. Building flexibility should be such as to allow, in the short term, for multiple uses to be made of areas and, in the long term, for functions to be easily altered.
 
Location of the site
The Paul-Henri SPAAK Building is located in Brussels, capital of Belgium, and Europe. It is situated in Quartier Léopold, between rue Wiertz and Parc Léopold, on the edge of the estate of the European Parliament’s buildings. The building is located at the junction of two urban planning zones in terms of form and functions and is next to a large park in Brussels, Parc Léopold, where various cultural and scientific establishments are located.
 
Competition Type
The procedure involves a process in two steps (step 1: an open pre-qualification procedure for the selection of competitors among candidates; step 2: a restricted international single stage design competition). The language of the competition is English. The competition is organized according to the UNESCO Standard Regulations for International Competitions in Architecture and Town Planning and the UIA (International Union of Architects) best practice recommendations. The endorsement by the Union Internationale des Architectes (UIA) is pending. 
 
Pre-Qualification
For details regarding the pre-qualification procedure (Eligibility, Requirements during the pre-qualification, exclusion and selection criteria etc.) and access to the online application platform, which enables candidates to submit their application for the pre-qualification free of charge, please follow the link: 
The application shall be made exclusively via the online form.
 
Parties involved
Contracting Authority
European Parliament, Rue Wiertz, 60, 1047 Brussels, Belgium, represented by
Leena Maria Linnus, Director General for Infrastructures and Logistics
 
Jury 
The evaluation of the submitted proposals, as well as the selection of prize-winners, is carried out by a jury that will comprise:
11 jurors with vote:
- four general jurors
Rainer Wieland, Vice-President of the European Parliament
Pedro Silva Pereira, Vice-President of the European Parliament
Rudy Vervoort, Minister President of the Brussels-Capital Region
Bety Waknine, Head of the Brussels Planning and Heritage Regional Public Service
- seven architectural jurors
Prof. Marilyne Andersen, Physicist and Environmental specialist, Lausanne, Switzerland
Kristiaan Borret, Urban Planner, BouwMeester Architect of the Brussels Region, Belgium
Manuelle Gautrand, Architect, Paris, France
Dorte Mandrup, Architect, Copenhagen, Denmark
Carme Pigem, Architect, Olot, Spain
Kazuyo Sejima, Architect, Tokyo, Japan
Dimitri Tenezakis, Architect, Head of Luxembourg and Strasbourg Major 
Construction Projects Unit, Unit – DG INLO – European Parliament.
as well as alternate jurors without vote:
- alternate general jurors:
Dita Charanzová, Vice-President of the European Parliament
Heidi Hautala, Vice-President of the European Parliament
Alain Hutchinson, European Commissioner of the Brussels-Capital Region
Thibaut Jossart, Director at the Brussels Planning and Heritage Regional Public Service
- alternate architectural jurors:
Romain Poulles, Engineer, Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Anna Przybyl, Head of the Building projects Unit in Strasbourg – DG INLO – European Parliament.
Prof. Volker Staab, Architect, Berlin, Germany
Lisa de Visscher, Architect, Editor in chief of A+ magazine, Brussels, Belgium
 
Supervision and Endorsement
It is intended to have the procedure approved by the uia (Union Internationale des Architectes).
 
Competition Management
The competition is coordinated and conducted on behalf of the European Parliament with the help of:
 AT-Osborne-Tractebel Engineering, Brussels, Belgium and [phase eins]. Architects, Berlin, Germany
Honoraria and Prizes
Each competitor who submits a detailed and assessable design concept in accordance with the requirements in the competition brief will receive a flat-rate fee of EUR 75,000, excluding VAT² as compensation for the expenses incurred, against receipt of an invoice in full and final settlement.
In addition, the Jury will award 5 prize winners among the submitted design concepts and will award prizes among them. The sum of the prizes will amount to 400.000 €, net of VAT.
 
Schedule
- Request to participate submission deadline July 9, 2020 16:00 CET
- Dispatching of invitations for the design competition September, 2020
- Participants colloquium Date of invitation + 2 weeks
- First Deadline for submitting projects Date of invitation + 12 weeks 
- Second Deadline for submitting model and renderings First deadline + 2 weeks 
- Jury meeting Late January, 2021
- Project confirmation by European Parliament February – March 2021
- Contract negotiation with Author of the confirmed concept March - April 2021
- Design Development stage 12 months
 
contact for general Press
European Parliament
Delphine Colard,
Acting Head of PE Spokesperson’s Unit and Deputy spokesperson 
Phone number: (+32) 2 28 43383 (BXL) 
Phone number: (+33) 3 881 64123 (STR) 
Mobile number: (+32) 498 98 44 85 
 
contact for architectural Press
[phase eins].
Hossbach Lehmhaus Architekten BDA VBI
Cuxhavener Straße 12-13
10555 Berlin, Germany
 
 
 
 
 
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Original TED-Bekannmtachung vom 26.05.2020
 
26/05/2020     S101    Parlement européen - Services - Avis de concours - Procédure restreinte  
Belgique-Bruxelles: Concours d’architecture — parlement européen — bâtiment Paul-Henri Spaak à Bruxelles
2020/S 101-243409
Avis de concours
Base juridique:
Directive 2014/24/UE
 
Section I: Pouvoir adjudicateur
/entité adjudicatrice
 
I.1)  Nom et adresses
 
Nom officiel: Parlement européen
Adresse postale: Rue Wiertz 60
Ville: Bruxelles
Code NUTS: BE
Code postal: 1047
Pays: Belgique
Point(s) de contact: Direction des projets immobiliers
Adresse principale: europarl.europa.eu
 
I.2)  Informations sur la passation conjointe de marchés
 
 
I.3)  Communication
 
Les documents du marché sont disponibles gratuitement en accès direct non restreint et complet, à l'adresse: www.european-parliament-design-competition.eu
Adresse à laquelle des informations complémentaires peuvent être obtenues: le ou les point(s) de contact susmentionné(s)
Les offres ou les demandes de participation doivent être envoyées par voie électronique via: www.european-parliament-design-competition.eu
 
I.4)  Type de pouvoir adjudicateur
 
Institution/agence européenne ou organisation internationale
 
I.5)  Activité principale
 
Services généraux des administrations publiques
 
Section II: Objet
 
 
II.1)  Étendue du marché
 
II.1.1)  Intitulé:
Concours d’architecture — parlement européen — bâtiment Paul-Henri Spaak à Bruxelles
Numéro de référence: 06D40/2020/M015
II.1.2)  Code CPV principal
71220000
 
II.2)  Description
 
II.2.2)  Code(s) CPV additionnel(s)  
71420000
71320000
II.2.4)  Description des prestations:
— le parlement européen organise un concours international d’architectes pour le renouveau de son bâtiment Paul-Henri Spaak, bâtiment principal du parlement sur son lieu de travail de Bruxelles;
— le bâtiment abrite non seulement sa plénière mais également des installations dédiées aux commissions parlementaires et aux trilogues, ainsi qu’un centre de visiteurs;
— les solutions envisagées pour le renouveau du bâtiment peuvent aller d’une rénovation profonde jusqu’à la reconstruction;
— le futur bâtiment devra être intégré et lié à son environnement urbain, naturel et social;
— le parlement européen est le cœur de la démocratie européenne;
— à travers ses sept cents cinq députés élus au suffrage universel direct, il représente plus de quatre cents quarante millions de citoyens européens;
— son patrimoine architectural est significatif non seulement pour les législateurs européens, mais aussi pour les citoyens. Il offre des espaces publics importants pour le dialogue et l’expérience de la démocratie européenne et de ses valeurs;
— le parlement européen dispose de trois lieux de travail, Strasbourg, Luxembourg et Bruxelles;
— le présent concours concerne son bâtiment principal à Bruxelles, lequel fait partie d’un ensemble d’une dizaine de bâtiments dans le quartier européen;
— au cours des dernières années, le parlement a vu son mandat s’élargir considérablement et a du adapter ses installations afin de refléter son rôle croissant de colégislateur à part entière en fournissant aux députés les meilleures conditions de travail possibles;
— l’élargissement du projet européen, qui compte actuellement vingt sept états membres, l’évolution des normes de sécurité et l'état actuel de l'édifice exigent le renouvellement du bâtiment Paul-Henri Spaak;
— le complexe devra répondre aux exigences d’une organisation transparente;
— le parlement des députés est le parlement du peuple. Son bâtiment principal à Bruxelles devra être ouvert aux citoyens, permettre une interaction avec eux et leur offrir une expérience extraordinaire;
— avec ce complexe renouvelé, le parlement européen veut donner l’exemple dans son approche environnementale globale;
— le bâtiment se devra d’être durable, la durabilité étant mesurée en termes d’opérabilité, de maintenabilité, de flexibilité et d’adaptabilité;
— cette flexibilité devra être envisagée en termes d’espace, de temps et de technologies;
— le bâtiment et son processus de développement devront intégrer les meilleures pratiques en matière de durabilité, d’économie circulaire et d’équilibre réfléchi entre la simplicité et la technologie.
Le projet de renouvellement vise un impact environnemental positif.
II.2.13)  Information sur les fonds de l'Union européenne
Le contrat s'inscrit dans un projet/programme financé par des fonds de l'Union européenne: oui
Identification du projet: 
Budget du parlement européen.
 
 
Section III: Renseignements d’ordre juridique, économique, financier et technique
 
 
III.1)  Conditions de participation
 
III.1.10)  Critères de sélection des participants:
— les critères de sélection seront spécifiés dans les documents de la procédure, téléchargeables à l'adresse suivante: www.european-parliament-design-competition.eu
 
III.2)  Conditions liées au marché
 
III.2.1)  Information relative à la profession
La participation est réservée à une profession particulière: oui
Indiquer la profession: 
Architectes.
 
 
Section IV: Procédure
 
 
IV.1)  Description
 
IV.1.2)  Type de concours
Restreint
Nombre minimal: 12
Nombre maximal: 15
IV.1.7)  Noms des participants déjà sélectionnés:
IV.1.9)  Critères d'évaluation des projets:
— les critères d'évaluation seront spécifiés dans les documents de la procédure, téléchargeables à l'adresse suivante: www.european-parliament-design-competition.eu
 
IV.2)  Renseignements d'ordre administratif
 
IV.2.2)  Date limite de réception des projets ou des demandes de participation
Date: 09/07/2020
Heure locale: 16:00
IV.2.3)  Date d'envoi des invitations à participer aux candidats sélectionnés
Date: 15/09/2020
IV.2.4)  Langue(s) pouvant être utilisée(s) dans le projet ou la demande de participation:
anglais
 
IV.3)  Récompenses et jury
 
IV.3.1)  Information sur les primes
Une ou des prime(s) sera/seront attribuée(s): oui
Nombre et montant des primes à attribuer: 
— 1er prix: 120 000 EUR;
— 2e prix: 100 000 EUR;
— 3e prix: 80 000 EUR;
— 4e prix: 60 000 EUR;
— 5e prix: 40 000 EUR.
IV.3.2)  Détail des paiements à verser à tous les participants:
IV.3.3)  Contrats faisant suite au concours
Le(s) lauréat(s) du concours sera/seront attributaire(s) des marchés de services faisant suite au concours: oui
IV.3.4)  Décision du jury
La décision du jury est contraignante pour le pouvoir adjudicateur/l'entité adjudicatrice: non
IV.3.5)  Noms des membres du jury sélectionnés:
Rainer Wieland
Pedro Silva Pereira
Rudy Vervoort
B. Waknine
K. Borret
Dimitri Tenezakis
Dorte Mandrup
Manuelle Gautrand
Carme Pigem
Kazuyo Seijma
Marilyne Andersen
 
Section VI: Renseignements complémentaires
 
 
VI.3)  Informations complémentaires
:
— précision relative aux dispositions du paragraphe IV.3.3) du présent avis:
conformément au règlement relatif aux règles financières applicables au budget général de l’union, le marché de services ne sera attribué qu'en cas d'issue favorable de la procédure négociée qui sera engagée;
— précision relative aux dispositions du paragraphe IV.2.3 du présent avis:
la date d'envoi des invitations à participer aux candidats sélectionnés communiquée est indicative et susceptible de modification.
 
VI.4)  Procédures de recours
 
VI.4.1)  Instance chargée des procédures de recours
Nom officiel: Tribunal de la cour de justice de l'Union
Adresse postale: Rue du Fort Niedergrünewald
Ville: Luxembourg
Code postal: L-2925
Pays: Luxembourg
Téléphone: +352 4303-1Adresse internet: www.curia.europa.eu
VI.4.2)  Organe chargé des procédures de médiation
Nom officiel: Médiateur européen
Adresse postale: 1, avenue du Président Robert Shuman
Ville: Strasbourg
Code postal: 67001
Pays: France
Téléphone: +33 388172313Adresse internet: www.ombudsman.europa.eu
VI.4.3)  Introduction de recours
VI.4.4)  Service auprès duquel des renseignements peuvent être obtenus sur l'introduction de recours
Nom officiel: Greffe du Tribunal de l'Union européenne
Adresse postale: Rue du Fort Niedergrünewald
Ville: Luxembourg
Code postal: L-2925
Pays: LuxembourgAdresse internet: curia.europa.eu
 
VI.5)  Date d’envoi du présent avis:
 
14/05/2020

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