The European Commission announced the 20 winners of the "New European Bauhaus Awards" and the "New European Bauhaus Rising Stars".

The awards reward good practices, examples and concepts that illustrate the New European Bauhaus values - sustainability, aesthetics and inclusion. The award ceremony took place on 16th September in Brussels, for the replay click [here].

During the application period of the New European Bauhaus Prizes 2021, more than 2,000 applications from all EU Member States were received. 60 shortlisted entries, assessed by a jury composed of 80 official partners of the initiatives, were selected by a vote cast by the New European Bauhaus newsletter subscribers.

20 winners in 10 categories will receive €30,000. For the 'New European Bauhaus Rising Stars' 10 prizes of €15,000 each are awarded to support concepts and ideas developed by young talents under 30 years of age.

The winners of the 'New European Bauhaus Awards' per category are:

 

  • ERDEN PURE WALLS (Austria) in the category 'Techniques, materials and processes for construction and design';

  • GARDENS IN THE AIR (Spain) in the category 'Buildings renovated in a spirit of circularity';
  • ROSANA (Germany) in the category 'Solutions for the co-evolution of built environment and nature';
  • LA FÁBRIKA DE TODA LA VIDA (Spain) in the category 'Regenerated urban and rural spaces';
  • AYR SUSTAINABILITY PLATFORM (Portugal) in the category 'Products and life style';
  • XIFRÉ'S ROOFTOP: 'FLOATING' WILD GARDEN (Spain) in the category 'Preserved and transformed cultural heritage';
  • ULIA GARDEN (Spain) in the category 'Reinvented places to meet and share';
  • ESSERI URBANI (Italy) in the category 'Mobilisation of culture, arts and communities';
  • APROP CIUTAT VELLA (Spain) in the category 'Modular, adaptable and mobile living solutions';
  • DEGREE IN DESIGN. UNIVERSIDAD DE NAVARRA (Spain) in the category 'Interdisciplinary education models'.

The winners of the 'New European Bauhaus Rising Stars' are:

  • INHABITING AN ENCLOSED LANDSCAPE (Spain) in the category 'Techniques, materials and processes for construction and design';
  • ZERO WASTE HOUSE (Slovenia) in the category 'Buildings renovated in a spirit of circularity';
  • NEST (Spain) in the category 'Solutions for the co-evolution of built environment and nature';
  • PORTO DI MARE ECO-DISTRICT (Italy) in the category 'Regenerated urban and rural spaces';
  • MATERIEUNITE (Italy) in the category 'Products and life style';
  • RETROFITTING THE UNESCO SITE OF IVREA (Italy) in the category 'Preserved and transformed cultural heritage';
  • SOCIAL RECONSTRUCTION IN POST-EMERGENCY (Italy) in the category 'Reinvented places to meet and share';
  • SPACES TO RECONNECT CITIZENS WITH CITIES (Spain) in the category 'Mobilisation of culture, arts and communities';
  • HOMELESS HOUSING (Denmark) in the category Modular, adaptable and mobile living solutions';
  • KLASSE KLIMA (Germany) in the category interdisciplinary education models'.

For more information visit the New European Bauhaus website

 

 

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