Europan 11 results catalogue
For the eleventh session of the competition, EUROPAN published the catalogue of prize-winning projects in the 49 European towns situated in the 17 countries taking part.
In first part, the 95 prize-winning projects (41 winners, 54 runners-up) of the Europan 11 session are presented, classified into site families (Identity / Uses / Connectivity). It provides access to all the session results with the points of view of the team and the jury.
The second part formulates interpretations around the most emblematic winning projects, based on 5 hypotheses of “reconnection”, accompanied by the perspectives of a number of European experts:
1- Reshaping shared spaces by Oliver Schulze, architect, director of Gehl Architects in Copenhagen (DK)
2- Reconnecting with uses by José María Ezquiaga, architect and urban planner in Madrid (ES)
3- Cultural interferences by Enrique Sobejano, architect in Madrid (ES) / Berlin (DE)
4- Common resources and mutation by Mathieu Delorme, engineer, landscape architect, urban planner in Paris (FR)
5- Rhythms and timeframes by Chris Younès, philosopher, anthropologist, director of the research laboratory Gerphau (FR)
You can buy it online HERE