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Chris Godfrey – Architect, global principal of HBA Residential, jury member of the Eurasian Prize 2019 edition. Beijing Penthouse A new super-luxury development at the site of the Beijing Olympic Park. Offering breathtaking ...Read More
FOM University Düsseldorf The non-profit FOM University is Germany’s largest private university. With over 24 study centers in Germany and abroad, FOM university enrolls more than 21,000 working students, trainees and appre...Read More
Museo Soumaya Mexico City Museo Soumaya is home to a private art collection of nearly 70,000 works, ranging from the 15th to mid-20th Century, including a large collection of Auguste Rodin sculptures. The design of the museum refl...Read More
Incredible Beijing New Airport terminal by Zaha Hadid Architects, design by Zaha Hadid and Patrik Schumacher. Patirk Schumacher – Eurasian Prize Juror in 2019-2020 season. Photo: ©Ju Huanzong-Xinhua-Alamy; ©SIPA Asia-ZUM...Read More
We continue the presentation of the jury members of the current season. Ben van Berkel, Professor AA Dipl. (Hons), (F)RIBA, Hon. FAIA, Founder / Principal Architect UNStudio, Founder UNSense. Ben van Berkel studied architecture at...Read More
The Eurasian Prize Organizing Committee is happy to announce the next member of the jury of 2020, a person incredibly famous in the design world: Karim Rashid is one of the most unique voices in design today. With more than 4000 d...Read More
The Eurasian Prize 2019-2020 consists of three competitions, or categories.
Eurasian Prize, the international festival of architecture and design, is an annual set of events crowned by the Awards Gala.
The Eurasian Prize is awarded to architects and designers for both concepts and completed projects in three categories.
Judges, applicants, winners and guests on the Eurasian Prize Awards and Festival.
It is an architect’s moment of happiness when you are having a walk in the city with your granddaughter, and you can lead her to a building and say: «Your grandpa made it», and you are not ashamed of it.
Yekaterinburg impressed me a lot, and I’m happy to have had a chance to hand the award to the young architects who are now learning to fly.
The Eurasian Prize takes place in a very fortunate place, on the border between Europe and Asia, in Ekaterinburg. The competition, therefore, has a bright future ahead.
I was a strict judge, because I believe that only the best deserve such a high award. Sometimes it was hard for me to evaluate this or that project, but I had a chance to see several truly remarkable works.
I believe the Eurasian Prize is of great significance to both the international architectural community and our country as a whole. It’s my wish that the history that this competition has behind its back continues for many years to come.
Many advanced and promising projects have been demonstrated by the contestants. I especially marked the daring of the younger generation of architects and designers.
Professional contests play a significant role in both personal and professional development of an architect or a designer. It’s not only about competing, but also an opportunity to get constructive feedback. Speaking middle- and long-term, this will motivate you to perfect your skill and scale new heights.
To me, an industrial design student, winning the Eurasian Prize award is a significant drive for further development of my skill and achieving new wins. I haven’t entered the Eurasian Prize program before and I’m excited to receive recognition of my work from the expert jury. Creative prizes, amazing gala event.
I’m thankful to the Eurasian Prize organizing committee for their responsiveness and professional approach. Participating in the contest motivated me to improve and allowed me to gain professional experience. The Eurasian Prize has expanded my perspective. I’m looking forward to the next competition and events.
The awards gala was an impressive demonstration of a plethora of wonderful original projects. Participation in such a competition means a lot to me. It motivates me to work harder creating memorable projects. The Eurasian Prize opens up new horizons to young architects, boosting their creativity.
The Eurasian Prize is an opportunity to show your work to the demanding professional community and wide general audience. What I also find special is the Festival’s location, Ural. The nature of the region has an inexhaustible aesthetic potential, providing all necessary means to create beautiful landscapes resistant to environmental effect.