04 October 2021 09:00 till 26 October 2021 17:00 - Location: Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment: Zuidserre and in the corridor around the Oostserre - By: Communication BK
In October, the Archiprix preselection of the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment will be exhibited. Out of 46 outstanding graduation projects from the academic year 2020-2021, a jury will select, and thereby nominate 9 projects for the national Archiprix. The jury will announce their final selection during the closing event in the end of October.
The graduates that have been selected to present their project at the preselection exhibition are Tomi Akinyemi, Teun van der Beek, Menno Brouwer, Helen Cao, Amabel Chiarito, Natasha Cleaver, Sonja Draskovic, Andrea Ferrarini, Olga Gumienna, Başak Günalp, Divya Gunnam, Marlous Heikamp, Marta Hilmo Lundheim, Yitang Kao, Andrew Kelso, Mingyu Kim, Tessa Koenig Gimeno, Ioanna Kokkona, Karry Li, Andrea Loana Pirvan, Bartosz Kobylakiewicz, Benoît Marcou, Lucas Meneses Di Gioia Ferreira, Julie Moraca, Nurhadi Nugraha, Pedro Pantaleone, Yamini Patidar, Sorawit Pattarasumunt, Aditya Pravin Soman, Hannah Rudner, Federico Ruiz Carvajal, Ramona Scheffer, Daniel Sobieraj, Johnathan Subendran, Saskia Tideman, Jesse Verdoes, Dion van Vlerken, Antonie van Vliet, Coen de Vries, Zhuo-ming Shia, Tslil Strauss, Edmund Thomas Green, Pieter van der Weele, Nathalie van Wees.
View the projects here.
Tuesday the 26th of October, the final selection will be announced by the jury. The 9 selected graduated will present their work in pitches, providing a more in-depth view of their graduation projects. More information about this event can be found here.
The jury consists of: MaartenJan Hoekstra, Dick van Gameren, Annebé Brouwer, Nathalie de Vries, Steffen Nijhuis, Thijs Asselbergs, Anne Loes Nillesen.
The previous edition of the Archiprix was yet again very successful for the graduates of our faculty. BK alumna Annebé Brouwer was awarded the second prize at the Dutch Archiprix 2021 for her project Dreams, Power, and Indifference - Architectural Means in a Young Kosovo.