• Oct 18, 2022
Photos: Pascal Moors (swipe for more photos of the ceremony)

Winner EAP 2022 announced

  • Oct 18, 2022
Last weekend, the Euregional Prize for Architecture - a competition organised by SCHUNCK as an architecture institute - was awarded for the 32nd time. The first prize went to Martin Gjoleka (RWTH Aachen) for his project 'Unzeitgemässe Betrachtungen'.

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After two years with online editions, a physical award ceremony and exhibition took place again this year, much to many people's delight. These were and are both taking place at the Maastricht Academy of Architecture. The prize is awarded annually for the best graduation project of the five architecture faculties in the cities of Hasselt, Liège, Maastricht and Aachen. The jury for the 32nd edition consisted of Pieter Bedaux, Caroline Lateur, Johnny Leya and the chair team Judith Reitz and Jerome Paumen.

Top three for Aachen, Liège and Maastricht

First prize went to Martin Gjoleka (RWTH Aachen) for his project 'Unzeitgemässe Betrachtungen'. According to the jury, this project needs a deep, comprehensive consideration; especially the accompanying film in which hyper-realistic images entice us to participate in an over-controlled reality.

Second prize went to Alexander Collette, Xavier De Lanève and Adrien Vanwerst (ULG Liège) for the project 'IACOBUS SANDWICH'. This project integrates a museum, a library, a bar, co-working spaces and other community functions within its urban context, through a playful, brilliant metaphor of the 'sandwich'. Dasha Murashkina from the host university Maastricht Academy of Architecture won the third prize (500 euros) for her project 'The all waters bathhouse', a very calm and serene project that combines bathing, contemplative architecture, cinematography and poetic atmospheres.

Check out the full jury report here.

You can visit the accompanying exhibition until 4 November at Academy of Architecture Maastricht, Herdenkingsplein 12 in Maastricht.

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