THE SHORTLIST “EURASIAN PRIZE 2021” HAS BEEN ANNOUNCED
The 16th edition of the international Award of architecture and design “Eurasian Prize 2021” gathered representatives from 22 countries across the world. The competitioners presented their projects located in 29 countries and 46 cities of the world. The Eurasian Prize Award winners are all judged by the international jury panel composed of worldwide standing in architecture and design from 16 countries. Among them, Daniel Libeskind, Piero Lissoni, Doriana Fuksas, Rodolfo Machado, Erik Van Egeraat, Sanjay Puri, Tetsuya Matsumoto, Andrey Bokov, Christos Passas, Todd Saunders, Mikko Summanen, Yosuke Hayano, Juho Grönholm, Jeroen Schipper, Michel Rojkind, Costas Voyatzis, Colin Seah, Ken Yeang, Syed Fawad Hussain and other outstanding masters of architecture and design.
Based on the results of the jury’s voting, the Organizing Committee has formed 2 lists of finalists:
– a long list of semi-finalists who will take part in the Audience Choice Award (popular vote);
– shortlist of finalists who will be included in the PR and Information campaign.
The shortlist includes works that took the top 3 lines with the “completed” status and the top 3 lines with the “project” status in each competitive subcategory.
Among the short-list participants, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd places in each category will be determined based on the maximum score, regardless of the status of the work.
According to the results of the popular vote, there will be one additional award in each category («urban planning», «architecture», «design», «student contest») — the special prize ‘Audience Choice Award’.
The announcement of winners and presentation of awards of the 16th season of the Eurasian Prize 2021 will take place in Yekaterinburg (Russia) on December 15, 2021, during the Summit architects, urbanists, designers “ArchEurasia 2021”.
The popular vote will last until October 30, 2021.
See the shortlist Jury Evaluation Report 2021_shortlist
Photo: Competition entry “The Vintage Beauty of the East” (Suzhou City, China), included in the shortlist