Lisbon Triennale Millennium bcp Début Award
The name Début defines its goal: recognize a practice whose artistic consolidation is still under construction, but whose thinking and approach are so relevant that its authors could be driven to success. New voices, new ways of thinking and new concepts that bring a fresh face to architecture: Début. We’re delighted to announce the winner for Triennale 2019: Bonell+Dòriga (Spain)
COMUNAL: Taller de Arquitectura (Mexico)
LANZA Atelier (Mexico)
Lluís Alexandre Casanovas Blanco (USA)
Norman Kelley (USA)
SUPERVOID Architects (Italy)
The Spanish duo received a prize of € 5000 and participated in an unique conference on 5 October, in CCB.
Lisbon Triennale Millennium bcp Début is awarded after an independent selection that goes through two distinct phases. There is also a call for self-proposals. At the same time, the Triennale invites dozens of international architects to nominate up to three names each that they consider worthy of the award. Both the self-proposals and the nominations submit the same materials for evaluation. The set of proposals is made available to the jury, whose composition includes seven personalities from various continents and who select the list of finalists as well as the winner or the winner.
Ana Dana Beroš, Anna Ramos Sanz, Fosco Lucarelli, Go Hasegawa, Joaquim Moreno, Mariabruna Fabrizi, Sofia von Ellrichshausen
Ana Luiza Nobre, Anastassia Smirnova, André Tavares, Ariadna Cantis, Arturo Scheidegger, Dalila Rodrigues, Deniz Ova, Emilia Giorgi, Ethel Baraona Pohl, Fabrizio Gallanti, Fernanda Fragateiro, Filipa Oliveira, Hanna Dencik Petersson, Hanna Harris, Herbert Wright, Ilka Ruby, Ivan Blasi, James Taylor-Foster, Jimenez Lai, João Belo Rodeia, Josephine Michau, Juan Coll-Barreu, Kaye Geipel, Kenneth Frampton, Leonor Cintra Gomes, Luís Santiago Baptista, Marianne Burki, Mimi Zeiger, Moisés Puente, Nathalie Weadick, Ning Ou, Pedro Baía, Ricardo Gomes, Ruzica Saric, Saimir Kristo, Taro Igarashi, Tatiana Bilbao, Tetsuo Kondo, Tim Abrahams, e Victoria Thornton.
For this award, launched at Triennale 2013, the applications are valid for architects working individually or in ateliers, up to 35 years. The open call was open from 24 May 2018 to 26 March 2019. In the past editions, the jury awarded Chilean Umwelt (2016) and the North American Jimenez Lai, from Spectacular Bureau (2013).