A PRIZE THAT ENHANCES ARCHIETCTURAL, BUILDING, RECONSTRUCTION, PRESERVATION AND ENHANCEMENT WORKS, OF CITIES AND LANDSCAPES, PROMOTING THE MOST MEANINGFUL EXPERIENCES
The Architectural Prize of the City of Oderzo, was established in 1997 with the objective to promote the quality of territorial transformation in a complex context such as Triveneto, where the economic development and rapid urban growth go together with architectural and landscape factors of a past rich in signs and suggestions.
The prize enhances those works that contributed with little resources to the aesthetic redemption and requalification of the places, enhancing the territorial identity, building new landscapes, as well as establishing new relationships and lifestyles, in terms of typology and sustainability, also for the innovative and expressive use of materials and building techniques.
The XV edition of the Prize is restricted to works recently realized in the Veneto, Trentino Alto Adige and Friuli Venezia Giulia regions, and is open to architects, civil engineers, urban planners registered with the Italian or European architectural associations.
The entrants can attend either individually or in group, presenting no more than two projects.
Alongside with the Prize, this edition includes the special Sections:
Architecture in the workplace at the time of the 4.0 – including recent works within the workplace realized on the national territory
Veneto’s architects in the world – patronized by Regional Federation of the Architects’ Orders of Veneto, Trentino Alto Adige and Friuli Venezia Giulia regions, open to architects registered with the Veneto’s architects association.
Applications through the website www.premioarchitetturaoderzo.it, within August, 4th 2017.
The award winning ceremony will be held on October, 14 at Palazzo Foscolo of Oderzo.
The closing exhibition will be held at the Venice Biennale 2018.
In the picture, the winning project of the XIV Edition. Designed by studio MoDus Architects for the home and art atelier of Hubert Kostner in Castelrotto (BZ).
Photo credits: Marco Zanta