The “Casa Grande” project of the Otica community in the jungle of Junín selected among the 4 finalists for the MCHAP Emerge 2022 Award. Organised by the faculty of the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago, the award biennially recognises the most distinguished new architectural works of the 21st century in the Americas.
The RA has announced the four finalists for the Dorfman Award, an annual prize given to international architectural practices that represent the future of the discipline and work sensitively in local and global environments. The finalists are: Wallmakers, based in India; Dot Architects, founded in Japan; Apparata, from the UK; and Semillas from Peru.
Shortlisted for the 2020 AR Emerging Architecture awards, organized by The Architectural review, which celebrates young emerging practices around the world. Shortlisted practices include: Semillas, Taller Capital, Arigho Larmour Wheeler Architects, Unparelld’arquitectes, Khadka + Eriksson Furunes, Carles Enrich Studio, Gabriela Carrillo, MAAJ Architectes, Studio Advaita, Suzuko Yamada Architects, Nomos, STPMJ, Studio Propolis, Equipo de Arquitectura , Atelier Tao + C, Surman Weston, Lesley Lokko, Arinjoy Sen.
The Award, promoted by La Cité de l’Architecture, rewards five architects each year who contribute to inclusive and sustainable development and propose innovative approaches to the global architecture landscape. The 2018 winners: Anne Lacaton & Jean-Philippe Vassal et Frédéric Druot, Boonserm Premthada, Marta Maccaglia, Nina Maritz and Raumlabor.
“Antaige koshoni omagaro tsinanejegi aike serarijegi, abatakagantatsi inatsi eirogeka aike pokatsi jantagite. ¡ Apatotanaga smtsitagantsi Aniantagaro pobetsikaga agisanire! – We work together, community members, local and international institutions, we join forces and build common dreams!” (Alto Anapati Community)