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Central European University - Phase 1 Photograph by Tam Bujnovszky


Children Village Photograph by Leonardo Finotti


AWARDS


RIBA International Prize dominated by education


The four buildings in the running for the RIBA International Prize 2018 have been announced. The prestigious prize, which is awarded every two years, rewards the “most inspirational and significant new buildings across the globe and celebrates international architectural talent,” commented RIBA. The shortlist for the RIBA International


Prize 2018 is as follows: • Central European University (Phase 1), Budapest, by O’Donnell + Tuomey –a new university campus in the heart of Budapest that successfully links old build- ings and courtyards to create vibrant new spaces.


• Children Village, Brazil, by Aleph Zero + Rosenbaum – a new boarding school on the edge of the Amazon, offering educa- tion and accommodation to the children of rural farm workers.


• Toho Gakuen School of Music, Tokyo, by Nikken Sekkei – a new virtuoso music school designed to visually connect, rather than isolate, practising musicians.


• Il Bosco Verticale (Vertical Forest), Milan, by Boeri Studio – the second of two residential towers in Milan in which trees and humans coexist, designed to set a new standard in sustainable housing. The four buildings have been selected


following a rigorous judging process, from a long list of 20 exceptional new projects in 16 countries. The shortlist will now be finally judged by


a distinguished Grand Jury chaired by Elizabeth Diller, partner of acclaimed US firm, Diller Scofidio + Renfro, alongside Joshua Bolchover, co-founding director of Rural Urban Framework; Gloria Cabral, partner of Gabinete de Arquitectura; Peter


Clegg, senior partner of Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios and Kazuyo Sejima, founding partner of SANAA. RIBA president Ben Derbyshire said: “The


marker of a truly successful building is the positive contribution it makes to its local context and people. All four of these projects thoroughly demonstrate visionary, innova- tive thinking and excellence of execution, and positively impacts the communities they have been designed for.” “While these four buildings are in


different time zones and continents, like all great architecture they share common quali- ties – of particular note is their sensitivity to their local environment and their responsiveness to the particular needs of the people that will use them. I am pleased that three of the four projects are education buildings, providing innovative and inspiring spaces for young people to live, learn and achieve their potential. The fourth scheme is a bold approach to the greening of high density urban housing that is already inspiring other cities.” “I look forward to seeing which building


the distinguished Grand Jury selects as the winner later this year.” Details of the four buildings shortlisted for


the RIBA International Prize 2018 are on the facing page.


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