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LACATON & VASSAL 1991-2021

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PRITZKER PRIZE 2021 LAUREATES

EUROPEAN UNION PRIZE FOR CONTEMPORARY ARCHITECTURE – MIES VAN DER ROHE AWARD 2019 WINNERS

Author: Luis Fernández-Galiano (Editor)

Publisher: Arquitectura Viva

Size: 25 x 30,5 x 2 cms

Pages: 176

Ilustrations: Color

Cover: Hardcover bound in cloth

Publication date: 2021

ISBN: Spanish / English 9788409287017

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Faithful to a radical way of understanding the profession, the winners of the last edition of the Pritzker Prize have spent three decades developing a committed architecture that has managed to translate the social and environmental concerns of our time into a concise but powerful language. On the occasion of the prestigious award, the Arquitectura Viva publishing house presents Lacaton & Vassal. 1991-2021, a 176-page Spanish-English bilingual volume, cloth-bound and hardcover, which brings together some thirty of the most outstanding works and projects of the French studio. Four articles —signed by Luis Fernández-Galiano, François Chaslin, Richard Scoffier and Enrique Sobejano respectively— complement this selection and allow us to contemplate contained architecture from different perspectives, always at the service of people, which has led Anne Lacaton and Jean-Philippe Vassal to achieve the highest recognition of the profession.

Luis Fernández-Galiano. At the Service of Life

François Chaslin. Frugal Times: Paradigm Shift

Richard Scoffier. Incubators: from the Generic to the Everyday

Works:

Latapie House, 1991-1993, Floirac-Bordeaux (France)

D House, 1996-1998, Lège-Cap-Ferret (France)

Palais de Tokyo, 1999-2001, 2010-2012, Paris (France)

Office Building, 2000-2002, Nantes (France)

Manifesto City, 2001-2005, Mulhouse (France)

Wine Cooperative and Cellar, 2001-2007, Embres-et-Castelmaure (France)

R House, 2003-2005, Keremma, Tréflez (France)

University of Management Sciences, 2003-2006, Bordeaux (France)

School of Architecture, 2003-2008, Nantes (France)

Bois-le-Prêtre Tower Transformation, 2005-2011, Paris (France)

53 Housing Units, 2006-2011, Saint-Nazaire (France)

Housing Transformation, 2006-2014, Saint-Nazaire, La Chesnaie (France)

Student’s Hall and Social Housing, 2008-2013, Paris (France)

FRAC Nord-Pas de Calais, 2009-2013, Dunkerque (France)

59 Dwellings in Neppert Gardens, 2009-2014, Mulhouse (France)

530 Social Dwellings, 2011-2016, Bordeaux (France)

Tour Opale, Residential and Office Building, 2014-2020, Chêne-Bourg, Geneva (Switzerland)

Projects:

Five Star Hotel, 2006-2022, Dakar (Senegal)

Neighborhood Development, 2007, Dublin (Ireland)

La Vecquerie Eco-Area, 2009, Saint-Nazaire (France)

Transformation of a City Block, 2010, Boulogne-Billancourt (France)

Metamorphosis of the Insectarium, 2014, Montreal (Canada)

Glass Pavilion, 2014, Montreal (Canada)

Guangzhou City Museum, 2014, Guangzhou (China)

Belgian Radio Television of the French Community, 2015, Brussels (Belgium)

Protestant French Collage, 2015, Beirut (Lebanon)

Research Center, 2015, Cayenne (French Guiana)

Pôle Muséal: Musée de l’Élysée / MUDAC, 2015, Lausanne (Switzerland)

Art Mill Museum, 2015, Doha (Qatar)

Learning Center, 2016, Paris-Saclay (France)

Museum of London, 2016, Smithfield Market, London (United Kingdom)

Enrique Sobejano. Poetic Realism: Four Images

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