Swiss Architectural Award 2020

  • Series Mendrisio Academy Press
  • Edited by Nicola Navone
  • Binding Paperback with flaps
  • Size 24 x 24 cm
  • Pages 200
  • Illustrations 458
  • Year 2021
  • ISBN 9788836648818
  • Price € 50,00  € 47,50
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Now in its seventh edition, the prestigious architectural award, which showcases young architects recommended by internationally renowned advisors, has gone this year to the French firm Bruther. The catalogue of the award accompanies the exhibition at the Mendrisio Theatre of Architecture (2 April - 24 December 2021). It contains works by all the architects who participated in the competition, with a special focus on those by the winner.

Mendrisio, Teatro dell'Architettura, April - December 2021


Mario Botta

Bruther's "civic machines"
Nicola Navone

Swiss Architectural Award 2020
The winner and the candidates

Bruther (France)
Al Borde (Ecuador)
Arrhov Frick (Sweden)
Bernardo Bader (Austria)
Barbas Lopes Arquitectos (Portugal)
Tatiana Bilbao (Mexico)
Riccardo Butini (Italy)
Carmody Groarke (England)
Ricardo Carvalho (Portugal)
Kashef Mahboob Chowdhury (Bangladesh)
DECA Architecture (Greece)
Angela Deuber (Switzerland)
Edition Office (Australia)
Estudio MMX (Mexico)
Nick Gelpi (USA)
Guidotti Architetti (Switzerland)
Carla Juaçaba (Brasil)
langarita navarro arquitectos (Spain)
MAPA (Brasil)
Shingo Masuda + Katsuhisa Otsubo (Japan)
Daniel Moreno Flores (Ecuador)
Erika Nakagawa (Japan)
OFFICE (Belgium)
Camilo Rebelo (Portugal)
Robust Architecture Workshop (Sri Lanka)
Sabín Blanco Architects (Spain)
SIAA_ (Brasil)
Taylor and Hinds Architects (Australia)
TEd’A Arquitectes (Spain), Terra+Tuma (Brasil)
Francesca Torzo (Italy)
Christian Wassmann (USA)
Xu Tiantian (China)

Biographies and credits

Swiss Architectural Award Regulations