10th PHILIPPE ROTTHIER EUROPEAN PRIZE FOR ARCHITECTURE
The Philippe Rotthier European Prize for Architecture, founded in 1982 by the architect of the same name, recognises achievements with a collective, cultural value. The prize is awarded every 3 years, and is based on the genius of European cities, dialogue with the past and history, regional roots and the use of natural, sustainable materials. This year, four winners were awarded the following prizes:
The Philippe Rotthier Grand Prize for the best contribution to a built-up landscape with the cookery school based in a former abattoir in Medina Sidonia, Spain by María Gonzalez, Juanjo López de la Cruz. Sol89.
The Philippe Rotthier Prize for the best contribution to a social landscape with Le Candide social housing in Vitry sur Seine, France by Bruno Rollet, Architect.
The Philippe Rotthier Prize for the best contribution to a natural landscape, with the house and office in Balsthalen, Switzerland, by Pascal Flammer.
The Special Jury Prize for the Women’s Welfare Centre in Burkina Faso by FAREstudio, Riccardo Vannucci.
You can see the full list of winners and special mentions at: http://www.rotthierprize.be/index.php/fr/laureats-nomines
ASSAR ARCHITECTS is a partner of the Architecture Foundation that supports the Philippe Rotthier European prize for Architecture.