WHEELWRIGT PRIZE 2014_FINALISTS





Jose Ahedo, Ana Dana Beros, Alison Crawshaw, Kaz Yoneda, Sean Lally, Jimenez Lai, Masaaki Iwamoto




Jose Ahedo: Studio Ahedo, Barcelona

BArch 2005, Escuela Tecnica Superior de Arquitectura de la Universitat Internacional de Catalunya; MArch II 2010, Harvard GSD
Jose Ahedo established his own firm, Studio Ahedo, in 2010. His first completed project is Blanca, a dairy complex in the Pyrenees, which includes 13 buildings comprising animal facilities, research labs, and an education center. He worked previously with Lopez-Rivera Arquitectes, aSZ arquitectes, and EQUIP Claramunt. He is currently collaborating on a project that will be presented as part of Rem Koolhaas’ Fundamentals, at the 14th International Architecture Exhibition at the Venice Biennale.Wheelwright proposal: Domesticated Grounds: Design and Domesticity Within Animal Farming Systems.























web StudioAhedo: http://www.joseahedo.com/






Ana Dana Beros: Think Space, Zagreb, Croatia

MArch, 2007, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Architecture
Ana Dana Beros is an independent architect, curator, editor, educator, and exhibition designer. She is the cofounder of ARCHIsquad and a board member of Think Space, a nonprofit that organizes conceptual architecture exhibitions. She is one of the curators of Monditalia, a section of Rem Koolhaas’ presentation at the 14th International Architecture Exhibition at the Venice Biennale. Wheelwright proposal: INTERMUNDIA: Re-Imagining Border-Scape in Mediterranean Countries


Image courtesy Wheelwright Prize

web Ana Dana Beros: http://cargocollective.com/anadanaberos

web ARCHIsquad: http://www.archisquad.hr/

web .THINK .SPACE: http://www.think-space.org/






Alison Crawshaw: Alison Crawshaw Architecture, London

BArch 2000, Jesus College, Cambridge University, Cambridge; MArch 2004, Royal College of Art, London
Alison Crawshaw is an architect who has worked in London, New York, and in Italy. Her portfolio includes buildings, installations, and numerous public realm and strategic urban design projects. She was a senior architect at muf architecture/art for seven years. She was a Rome Scholar in Architecture n 2010–11, and participated in Common Ground, David Chipperfield’s 13th International Architecture Exhibition at the Venice Biennale (2012).Wheelwright proposal: The Poison and the Cure: Rubbish in the Information Age



Image courtesy Wheelwright Prize

web ALISONCRAWSHAW: http://alisoncrawshaw.com/






Masaaki Iwamoto: Partner at Vo Trong Nghia Architects, Ho Chi Minh City

Bachelor of Engineering 2005 and Master of Engineering 2008, both from the University of Tokyo; registered architect in Japan

Masaaki Iwamoto joined the award-winning firm Vo Trong Nghia Architects in 2011 as a partner and director of the Ho Chi Minh City office. Iwamoto worked previously at Kazuhiko Namba + Kai-Workshop in Tokyo and was a research fellow at the University of Stuttgart’s Institute for Lightweight Structures and Conceptual Design (ILEK). His work, which includes low-cost housing, a kindergarten, and workplaces, has been widely published. Wheelwright proposal: Tropical Skin: Study on New Building Envelope for Tropical Megacities









web VO TRONG NGHIA ARCHITECTS: http://votrongnghia.com/






Jimenez Lai: Bureau Spectacular, Chicago

MArch 2007, University of Toronto
Jimenez Lai is the principal of Bureau Spectacular and an assistant architecture professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago. His previous employment includes stints at OMA, Atelier van Lieshout, and MOS. His work has been widely exhibited and published: His 2011 installation White Elephant is part of the MoMA collection, and a draft of his manifesto,Citizens of No Place (2012) has been archived at the New Museum. In 2012, Lai won the Architectural League’s Prize for Young Architects and in 2013, he won the Debut Award at the Lisbon Triennale. He will be representing Taiwan for the forthcoming Venice Architectural Biennale. 
Wheelwright proposal: Caricatures, Fictions and Hyperboles: A Revisit of the World of Wonders


Image courtesy Wheelwright Prize

web BUREAU SPECTACULAR: http://bureau-spectacular.net/






Sean Lally: Weathers, Chicago

Bs.LA 1996, University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Landscape Architecture; MArch 2002, University of California, Los Angeles

Sean Lally is the founder of the firm Weathers and assistant architecture professor at the University of Illinois in Chicago. Lally co-edited Softspace: From a Representation of Form to a Simulation of Space (2007), guest-edited a special issue of AD Journal entitled “Energies: New Material Boundaries” (2009), and authored The Air on Other Planets (2013). He won the Rome Prize in Landscape Architecture (2012). Wheelwright proposal: Climate Design: The Architecture of Energies


Image courtesy Wheelwright Prize

web weathers: http://www.weathers.cc/#






Kaz Yoneda: Takram Design Engineering, Tokyo

BArch, 2007, Cornell University; MArch II 2011, Harvard GSD
Kaz Yoneda is the founder of the Architecture and Space Design Unit at Takram Design Engineering. He worked previously at Sou Fujimoto Architects, and worked with the Center for Urban Pedagogy (CUP) on a Detroit initiative in 2007. His design work has been exhibited at dOCUMENTA 13 (2012), the 12th International Architecture Exhibition at the Venice Biennale (2010), and the Beijing Biennal (2010). Wheelwright proposal: Utopics of Cities: Amorphous Contemporaneity of Ideal

Image courtesy Wheelwright Prize

web takram design engineering: http://www.takram.com/







+info:
http://wheelwrightprize.org/








No hay comentarios:

Publicar un comentario