The 1st prize goes to Alucoli by Aleksandra Wódka-Kaszubska from Poland;
The 2nd prize goes to Fivefold Room by Riccardo Mariano from Germany;
The 3rd prize goes to Nest by Philipp Jacob and Eerika Alev from Germany.
In addition two honorable mentions were nominated as following:
Bognym by Ognyan Parvanov Krastev from Bulgaria, and
W7072 by Sven Aretz, Roman Krükel and Sophie Schulten from Germany.
Winner "Aluckoli", architect Aleksandra Wódka-Kaszubska
2nd prize "Fivefold Room", architect Riccardo Mariano
3rd prize "Nest", architects Philipp Jacob and Eerika Alev
Honorable mention "Bognym", architect Ognyan Parvanov Krastev
Honorable mention "W7072", arhitSven Aretz, Roman Krükel and Sophie Schulten
The Jury did also decided to point out two projects as extra mentions (without prize fund):
Pieceful by Miguel Huelga de la Fuente and Iria de la Peña Mendez, Sukunfuku Studio from Spain
Pikkabiin by Matthew Springett, Alex Taylor, Harrison Dunn, Kate Slattery, Jacob Valvis, Matthew Springett Associates Ltd from UK.
The 1st prize will be awarded 3000 EUR, the 2nd prize will be awarded 2500 EUR, the 3rd place will be awarded 2000 EUR, and the honorable mentions will be awarded 500 EUR each. The prizes will be taxed according to the legislation of Estonian Republic and will be disbursed within 1 month from the announcement of the competition winners.
The members of the Jury were Mr Stefan Straif (Austria) and Mr Franck Mauxion (France) as the representatives of Lasita Maja AS, and Estonian architects Ms Sille Pihlak, Mr Karli Luik and Mr Raul Kalvo.
Mr Franck Mauxion (OLG France, Managing Director) concluded that Lasita Maja AS is very satisfyed with the results of the contest and is looking forward to enter the market with the winning design next year.
All together 49 entries from 24 different countries were submitted to the Lasita Maja architectural design contest. All the submitted design proposals can be seen online at the homepage of the contest: http://katus.eu/lasita-competition/submissions