20 May 2021
The European Award for Architectural Heritage Intervention, which closed the call for its fifth edition on March 26 with an increase of 25 % of participation figures, has published the shortlisted works in categories A and B of the Award, in order to give visibility to a greater number of works and to recognize the optimum level of good heritage practice in Europe.
In particular, the international jury for category A -Intervention in Built Heritage-, comprising the architects Jorge Fontes, David Lorente and Marco Antonio Garcés, has chosen to shortlist the following 16 from the 202 projects presented:
While, in category B -External Spaces- the architects, Delphine Péters, Olga Felip and Isabel Aguirre, after evaluating the 49 participating proposals, have chosen to shortlist the following 10 works:
Flood protection as an urban design, Grimma, Germany. Chair of Architectural Conservation and Design, TU Dresden
On June 17, within the framework of the International Biennial of Architectural Heritage AADIPA, an event organised by the Award management, with the support of the COAC, AADIPA and the Government of Catalunya, the finalists and the winner of the 4 categories of the award will be made known. Likewise and for the second time, from all the works presented, the Award management together with the winner of the last edition, Francis Metzger, will grant a Special Mention for Restoration to the intervention, which from a technical and methodological point of view, stands out for its quality, precision and respect.