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The Schelling Architecture Foundation grants the Schelling Architecture Award for Architecture and Architectural Theory once every two years. The awards recognise future-oriented developments in architecture as well as incisive accomplishments in architectural theory.
Emil Sutor: Judgement of Paris, mural relief at Schelling-Karrer’s residence
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Congratulations! Keller Easterling and ROTOR

Prize Winners 2018

Award Winner Architectural Theory 2018

Keller Easterling



Prize Winner Architecture


Prize handed over to ROTOR

l.to r.: W. Wang, A. Thériot, M. Gielen, T. Boniver, A. Antonas

Prize winner Architecture 2018

Rotor Architects

Grindbakken Docks, Ghent, 2012 © Rotor



Prize winner Architecture 2018

Rotor Architects

Design and Fashion Centre, Bruxelles, 2017 © Maxime Delvaux



Prize Winner Architecture 2018

Rotor Architects

Design and Fashion Centre, Bruxelles, 2017 © J. Verrecht




Schelling Architecture Prizes 2018 awarded

The winner of this year's Architecture Award is ROTOR.

After the short presentations, the jury decided on the Belgian architecture office. For the first time, the audience had the opportunity to vote and voted majority for rotor.

Nominated were also …read more

Exhibition Architekturschaufenster Karlsruhe

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For the Schelling Architecture Award 2018 three architectural practices have been nominated:

Aristide Antonas, Athens

BRUTHER Architects, Paris

ROTOR Architects, Bruxelles

The Sch…read more

Golden Lion of the 16th Architecture Biennial for Kenneth Frampton

Awarded the Schelling Architectural Theory Prize in 2012, Kenneth Frampton, the architect, architectural historian and theorist, will receive the Golden Lion for his life’s work on May 26, 2018, at t…read more

Carla Juaçaba invited to the Venice Architectural Biennial 2018

Carla Juaçaba designs for the Vatican!

Carla Juaçaba, nominated in 2014 for the Schelling Architecture Award, has been invited together with 9 other architects to join the 16th Architecture Biennial Venice to design a chapel for the V…read more

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