Tamayouz Award is delighted to announce the shortlist for the Rifat Chadirji Prize for architecture and its theme for 2017; Rebuilding Iraq's Liberated Areas - Mosul's Housing.
20 entries were selected out of 223 entries submitted by individuals, firms and universities coming from 42 countries, Participants are asked to propose a solution for the Mosul’s upcoming housing crisis, which will affect the city as more neighborhoods will be freed and internally displaced persons and refugees will start to return. The shortlisted entries in Alphabetical order of their countries are:
France – Paris: Vincent Callebaut Architectures
Germany – Karlsruhe: Triplicity Architects: Marwa Al-Dibouni, Noor Makkiya and Sally Al-badry
India – Delhi: Studio Grey: Abhishek Semwal, Natasha Kumar and Gaurav Sinha
Iran – Shiraz: Grid: Mina Saadatfard, Ali Arzaghi, Parham Ostovar and Zahra Haghi
Iraq – Baghdad: SPOT Team: Nizar Razak, Badr-Ahmed Alauldeen, Leena-Raad-Mohammed and Mohammed-Jawad-Hassan
Iraq – Duhok: Ali Nashwan and Fatima Ehsan
Italy – Florence: Filomena Visone
Poland – Warsaw: Marek Rytych Architekt: Marek Rytych, Natalia Ciastoń and Tomasz Hryciuk
Poland – Wrocław: 51°N: Marta Dąbrowska, Patryk Galiński, Marcin Klich
Poland – Wroclaw: Students team of Wroclaw University of Science and Technology: Mariia Chorna, Oleksandr Kostevych
Poland - Wroclaw: Anna Otlik
Syria – Aleppo: Hope: Mahmoud Akkam, Ahmad Labban, Mohamad Wajih Mahrouseh and M. Ghayath Lababidi
Syria – Damascus: One-time Studio: Tamooh Edelbi, Ammar Abaza, Ahmed AlSalhi and Mohammad Fares Whby
Tunisia – Tunis: Eya Dallel, Oussema Khalfi and Malèk Mensi
Turkey – Ankara: Atöyle 1590: Nuran Özkam, Melike Emerce, Hüseyin Kezer and Mehmet Koray Karagöz
UK – London: Weston Williamson + Partners: Philip Turner, Andrew Weston and Chris Williamson
USA - Central: Mostafa Alani
USA - Houston: MBK: Mustafa Kamil
USA - New York: Zuhair Hussaini
USA - San Francisco: Tay Othman
The Tamayouz judging panel will meet on the 3rd of October 2017, to select the winners of the Rifat Chadirji Prize - Mosul's Housing Competition. We wish you the best of luck.
The Rifat Chadirji Prize Website: www.RifatChadirji.com
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