Dutch winners abroad

KAISERSLAUTERN (DE)
WINNER

 

Pattern for Progress

 

Winner Kaiserslautern

Jeroen van Aerle (NL)
Beerd Gieteling (NL)
Jeroen van Poppel (NL)
Philippe Rol (NL)

 

From the Jury Report

The project reaches well beyond the regular spectrum of an urban planning draft. It does not offer a ready-made solution, but describes a development process and challenges us to explore new avenues.

Jury Report (pdf)

ÅS (NO)
WINNER

 

En, to, tre; rødt lys!

 

Winner Ås

Luca Moscelli (IT)
Angelo Renna (IT)

Davide Sacconi (IT)
This team is based in the Netherlands and therefore considered a Dutch winner abroad.

 

From the Jury Report

This entry is an intelligent approach to a complex site. The proposal has managed on the one hand to create a frame for the development and on the other hand it shows awareness that urban planning today is not about designing and controlling but about reacting and adapting to the unpredictable future.

Jury Report (pdf)

ÅS (NO)
Runner-up

 

Hortus Conclusus

 

Runner-up Ås

Laura Alvarez (NL)
Jarrik Ouburg (NL)

 

From the Jury Report

The jury admires the compositional qualities of this proposition (‘a jewel box of urbanity’) in which the various separate urban elements, including the two historic wooden buildings, are unified by a peripheral garden wall into a new urban ensemble.

Jury Report (pdf)