Triennale Awards: Meet the jurors
Architecture is a premium subject which deserves their authors to be known. The Lisbon Architecture Triennale aims to recognize them as actors on architecture’s growing. Different stages of career and
different perspectives are awarded
The different awards that this edition recognizes are based on the stage of their career, as well as their contribution to architecture.
Lifetime Achievement Award
We believe in a consistent and excellence practice, in relevant work and in the preeminence of it. Without focusing in the end of their career, but rather in the boldness of their actual practice, the Lisbon Architecture Triennale believes that the Lifetime Achievement Award should be delivered to an active atelier or individual whose approach is relevant, impelling their career.
This talent—individual or collective—is elected by an international jury that discusses this relevance and the awarded is chosen my plural voices. Meet the jurors:
Amale Andraos, from Lebanon; Claudia Taborda, Portuguese in Australia; Enrique Walker, from Chile; Éric Lapierre of France, Kunlé Adeyemi of Nigeria; Momoyo Kaijima of Japan and Sharon Johnston of the United States of America. In past editions, the Lifetime Achievement Triennale Career Award Millennium bcp distinguished Lacaton & Vassal (2016), Kenneth Frampton (2013), Álvaro Siza (2010) and Vittorio Gregotti (2007).
Leonor Antunes is the invited artist responsible for the work of art that will be awarded winner. This distinction is further consolidated in a unique conference with a pioneering format in the Lisbon Architecture Triennale, where Carreira and Début come together on stage to counter visions and thoughts of the area, during the inaugural week, from October 3 to 5.
The title Début names not only the award, but also our objective: to recognize a practice with a unique and compelling approach, even though its aesthetic identity might still be under construction, in order to further stimulate the principal members in their drive for success. New voices, new ways of thinking and new concepts that bring a fresh face to architecture: Début. Applications are valid for architects working individually or in ateliers, up to 35 years. The winner is chosen by: Ana Dana Beroš, from Croatia; Anna Ramos Sanz, from Spain; Fosco Lucarelli and Mariabruna Fabrizi, from Italy; Go Hasegawa, from Japan; Joaquim Moreno, from Portugal and Sofia von Ellrichshausen, from Chile.
In the past editions, the jury awarded Chilean Umwelt (2016) and the North American Jimenez Lai, from Spectacular Bureau (2013). The winner receives a prize of € 5000 and joins a unique conference during the opening week of “The Poetics of Reason” from 3 to 5 October, with the winner of Lifetime Achievement Award.
Universities Award Competition
In the learning period, thinking and reflecting are two of the most relevant vehicles to consolidate theories and practices that students acquires. The competition is international and calls all master’s students (in Architecture). It invites to study Marvila, a territory in the eastern part of the city, which is one of the highlights of the Lisbon Architecture Triennale Millennium bcp Award of 2019. The selected proposals will be part of the central exhibition “Natural Beauty”—which takes place at Sinel de Cordes Palace—along with the winner and up to two honorable mentions. By April 30, students from all over the world can participate and the selection is made by a jury composed by: Anna Rosellini, from Italy; Eugeni Bach, from Spain; Laurent Esmilaire and Sophie Deramond, from France; Patrícia Barbas, from Portugal; Tristan Chadney, from United Kingdom and Véronique Patteeuw, from Belgium.